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Hi everyone.


I'm new to this (this is my first post) and my 'issue' is with Allied Irish Bank. The trouble is I can find no mention of this bank on here or any stories of any successes or faliures. :confused: My account has always been held in the UK so I think I am covered by English law, can anyone confirm this?


To be honest I'm new to this and a bit terrified. I've read through the FAQs and cannot see any reason why I shouldn't go ahead and send a letter requesting the list of charges I have paid so I just need some reassurance I think.


Sorry if I have posted this in the wrong place!



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Dappy might help if you look at First Trust threads.

They are owned by AIB and yes if your account is held in England you are goverened by Eng laws which means that you can claim up to £5000. in small claims court.

First Trust websiet also say that these charges are penalty charges which might help your case!!!!

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