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She got hit in December, when she was signed off with severe depression for 6 weeks and therefore got reduced pay.

 

As usual, the compassionate bank has hit her with snowballing charges, so that even though she's been working overtime for weeks, she can never quite catch up, as the charges swallow whatever extra money comes in.

 

SAR on its way, I've lent her the £10 to send it. :cool:

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Guest NATTIE

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! I can help Bookie as i know a bit or two about them.

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This may seem a silly thing to say but do the banks not see that if some one is earning £500 and the charges are £550 then that person is in a spriral that is bloody hard to get out of.

 

I feel like setting up a campaign for the return of the in branch manager who you could actually get to see rather than being given an appointment with some spotty faced herbert whose does not have your concerns at heart-all they care about is the commisision that they can get earn and spend on alcopops.

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please tell me anyone in the branch network today manager or otherwise who specifically looks forward to increasing an overdraft merely for the interest that the bank will make. Sorry, but i do find the idea a little bit ridiculous. Especially alcopops, come one a beer or two maybe but alcopops(that is a teenagers drink).:D

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