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I have just looked through my statements and am horrified to find a total of some £2000 charges in the past year. Guess it's time to go after the bank.

Where do I find the blank letters etc. on the site

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First thing you need is all of your statements, if you have online banking the quickest way is to download them otherwise you will need to do a Data Protection Act Letter.

Then start to read this site to get to know exactly what to do and what is likely to happen.

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Remember you can go back six years!!!

 

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homework is the most important thing to do before you start though! make sure you understand what you are doing and try and be one step ahead of the process... you'll be fine. we're all here to help you.

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Welcome. When you get to the spreadsheets i would advise your to use English Advance. Sounds like you will have a sizeable claim. Stick to the timetable and treble check your figures including dates. i made several date mistakes, making a hash of the claim. Luckily help was on hands..Cheers all.

HSBC

 

Data Protection Act - Febuary 07

PRELIM Letter - 17th March 07

HSBC Response - 27th March 07

LBA - 1st April 07

N1 FILED - 17th April 07

HSBC - Acknowledged - 24th April 07

AQ FILED - 1st June 07 (Deadline 4.6.07)

Capitial 1

PRELIM LETTER - 11th June 07

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