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Hi - I have just joined and thought I would say hi - I have successfully claimed against Halifax at the beginning of the year and I am off to compile another claim. I am also in the position that wonderful halifax have taken all our benefit money in bank charges for the last 3 weeks :mad: :mad: :mad: - I did a right of appropriation letter for this week - does anyone know if there is anything can be done about this?

 

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Hi Gobby, welcome to CAG!

 

You seem quite familiar with the reclaiming process so the best advice I can give you at the moment is to start a thread in the Halifax forum.

 

Unfortunately, the banks have a nasty habit of ignoring the Right of Appropriation letter - usually claiming they didn't receive one (even when they're handed in at the branch in person!) And remember, you should send a new letter in every time a payment is due to go into your account.

 

One of our site helpers (Steven4064) has also started a thread in the Halifax forum today precisely about this kind of behaviour from the banks (e.g., taking benefits to pay for their charges) - so you'll have some great advice and support along the way with your claim.

 

Best of luck :D

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