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Hi All,

 

Just popping the S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) into its envelope when I noticed the address...

 

Sticky 'Lloyds TSB Contact addresses' post gives one address for this to go to - yet the new SAR letter generator gives another - 25 Gresham Street!

 

Can anyone advise on the correct destination plz?

 

Thanks All! :)

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Yes I will check for you.

 

 

 

 

 

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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Thanks, but my wife sent it to Gresham Street before I regained consciousness this morning!

 

Guess it'll get there in the end and as the timescales won't change I'm not that fussed! :)

 

Cheers, C

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  • 1 month later...

Crikey!! I've turned psychic! lol :p

 

Statement of charges arrived today with an invitation for me to proceed with my claim!

 

What nice people! :):p:D

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Hi All,

 

Lloyds' statements turned out to be an A4 list of charges with a letter inviting me to prepare my preliminary request from it and get this back to them ASAP!

 

This sheet shows several charges of £7... anyone know if this is the monthly account charge please? Don't want to charge them for a real service! :p

 

Thanks!

C

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Yes the £7 is a genuine account charge which you can't claim back. It should only come out once per month.

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