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Hello there.


I'm helping my brother reclaim his charges from Lloyds TSB.


We've sent the £10 fee and they have returned to us "View statement entries" sheet with his account number and 4 lots of charges - I'm not sure about the amounts and what they mean as I thought that a unpaid DD fee was around £30 and not £140 - I'd be grateful for any assistance so that I can get onto the next stage -


03/10/05 - CHG UNPAID D/D - £140.00

01/11/05 - CHG UNPAID D/D - £140.00

01/12/05 - CHG UNPAID D/D - £175.00

03/01/06 - CHG UNPAID D/D - £175.00


This is all the information they have sent - not actual statements and my brother hasn't got his anymore.


I'm confused! Many thanks for any help.



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Hi Souppy


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Have a read and read some threads the will give you a feel for what’s going people will give you all the help and advise you need.


Remember you can go back 6 years you might be surprised ad to how your brother has been charged.


Once you get the ball rolling It is Easy the first thing you will need to do is request the statements or if he has an account online you can get them From there






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I shouls imagine the fees will be for multiple unpaid d/d - remember the charges are not debited from your account on the day of the 'default' - but on a certain day of the following month.


Did you send a SAR letter with your cheque if so they have not fulfilled their obligations and should be told so.

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