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excellent lets hope they are as quick in refunding your charges.

Read through teh FAQs and the step by step instructions, then start a thread in the Lloyds forum and post your questions/progress there.






I am not a legal expert my advice is given without prejudice and is purely my opinion only. If you are in doubt please seek professional advice.

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hi folks,

first timer here. I have read quite a bit about these bank charges being refunded. Most press are focusing on the higher end of the market i.e. banks charging £30+ for going overdrawn. However my bank has been charging me £13 each time. Is £13 more reasonable???? what I mean is are they likely to refund this amount.


as i same im a first timer so any help would be appreciated.

also a workmate leaning over my shoulder has said that he accepted £700 although he had asked for £900 back from Halifax. He said he was in desperate need of the cash at the time....can he ever go back and reclaim the difference?

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At the end of the day whjethger is it is £13 or £30 it is still a charge and you are entitled to get them refunded.


On the second point if he has accepted the £700 as full and final payment of his claim then I would think that the answer would be no



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