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I just wanted to add my two pence worth on the forum bank contact threads being locked.


I noticed yesterday that in the Halifax forum the contact details have been 'updated' and locked.

I have spoke to a few members about this and we all agree that locking these threads is not helpful to us or new members looking for these details.

As we all know the banks are now changing their phone numbers on a daily basis, so the numbers in the locked thread would very soon become obsolete. The same goes for the email addresses. As we all found new contact details we added them to the sticky so everyone had the most resent contact details. We can no longer do this.


Can someone explain to me why these have now been locked?



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The contact details (along with a lot of other stuff) is slowly moving over to the ConsumerWiki in an attempt to clean up the forum, as I'm sure you are aware the most complaints we get are about the sheer volume of information here in the forum and the difficulty people have in finding the information they want.


The contact details can be found (and edited) here:





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