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Hiya, this site has been a great help to me so far. Got statements off hsbc internet banking website, worked out charges - £392.00, not much compared to some people's claims but it's still my money and is a fair bit to me! Emailed requesting money back but of course was fobbed off with standard letter, so sent LBA yesterday - fingers now well and truly crossed! Will keep you posted of progress. Good luck to everyone with their claims!

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Hi and Welcome

 

they will try and fob you off as much as possible , just keep at it and keep us posted on your progress :D

When you want to fool the world, tell the truth. :D

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Just to let everyone know that it is well worth the time and effort you have to put in to claim back your bank charges. Sent HSBC email of preliminary letter, got standard 'no way' reply back in the post. Send LBA 2 weeks ago and had offer back today which I am happily taking. Be your claim big or small, keep going, it's worth it in the end!!!

Good luck everyone and remember to donate if you win because without this site I would never have known that bank charges were unlawful. Thanks CAG!!:) :) :D :D

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Well Done!!:D :D :D :D

Barney2002 - If you want to see how I got my money back, click http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/hsbc-bank/11376-barney2002-hsbc-round-one.html.

 

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15/08/06 - £4955 paid in full from HSBC!!!!!!! 'Ave it!!

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04/08 - Conf rec'd from Capital One - sending statements

07/08 - Conf rec'd from Tesco Finance - sending statements,29/08 sent prelim for £282

10/08 - Conf rec'd MBNA - sending statements.02/09 prelim for £437

10/08 - Conf rec'd Morgan Stanley - need to send ID - sent 11/08,rec'd letter offering £96(rejecting), 02/09 prelim for £220- Rec'd £240 few days ago.

 

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CONGRATULATIONS

THANK YOU for letting us know

can you please fill in out survey :D

When you want to fool the world, tell the truth. :D

Advice & opinions of Janet-M are offered informally, without prejudice & without liability. Use your own judgment. Seek advice of a qualified insured professional if you have any

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hmm you're not the first person to be wondering this just recently, i think they may be getting snowed under a little, send them a nice letter reminding them that you want payment within a timeframe that you set, i.e 5 days

HSBC- £4995, settled payment in full

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hi i called hsbc this week as i am waiting for a refund they said up to 7 day & if the account is still open the refund will go straight in to your account hope that helps

 

some good info there thanks, will remember that as lots of people have been wondering it

HSBC- £4995, settled payment in full

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