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Finally got around to sending off the letter, its quite daunting to do this knowing the banks close accounts etc. However as soon as I let go of the letter in the post box I remembered I hadn't put the cheque in with it! :o what should I do, I'm worried now that the bank will charge extortionate (sp??) amounts for sending me the statements. Should I just reprint the letter with cheque? Please help.

Many thanks, Rooke

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Yes just send the SAR again, if you used the template from here it states that you have included the £10 fee so they cant charge you more.

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At one point HSBC used to just return the cheques anyway but not sure this is still heppening so I would still send another letter as stated by lively

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