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Dear all,

 

Well, following the advice of the moderators I am just writing to introduce myself. I am completely new to this process and am unsure whether or not I will even be able to claim - there is a lot of reading ahead for me!! I am hoping to claim charges against LLoyds although a lot of those did occur when I went over my overdraft limit so am not sure if they are legal charges. Anyway, I look forward to getting involved - this site really is fantastic! Cheers all! J :)

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Hello,

 

You will be amazed at what you have been charged, and yes, even though you were over your o/d you can still claim.

 

Have a good look around, someone will probably post lots of different links soon, but do have a good look at the FAQ's, and then look in the Lloyds forum.

 

Take your time to understand what is going to happen, ask questions when you need help or just a bit of moral support.

 

Best of luck

 

Louis

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Many thanks for the quick reply Louis. I am a bit daunted by it all but am going to take my time - there's no rush to get this right! Having all this support makes it seem so possible and it would be such a great boost to finally get something back! Thanks again. J

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