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I was unwell for a couple of years. I had no visible income and to survive I cashed cheques and used my credit card. I was emotionally unwell and unable to face life at that time. I am now much better, though not completely recovered, and I am attempting to pick up the piece and get my life back on track. During that period my bank kept sending me cheque books while and I had no visible income for much of that time. They made quite large charges (I was well past the agreed overdraft limits) and I'm wondering if there is anything I can do about all of these charges from that period? The bank accounts / credit cards with this bank (HSBC) are now all closed and my associated debt is with a collection service.

 

Is there anything I can do?

 

Thank you.

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Yes you can claim your charges back. I hope you are on the road to recovery, I understand that at your lowest ebb they took advantage of it and clawed charges from you.

 

Start by reading the FAQ's and proceed from there.

 

I will move your thread to HSBC so you can use this thread to follow up your claim...

 

 

Good Luck!

 

Louise xxx

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You will get the charges back if you follow the advice on here.

 

Go for it and get back what is rightfully yours.

 

Good luck.

 

This is a typical example of the banks kicking people when they're down. I wonder why no one likes them:mad:

Claim against HSBC for £1379.41 (incl overdraft interest charged and 8% interest)

 

Data Protection Act request delivered 10/03/06

Statements received 06/04/06 (for free)

Initial repayment request delivered 18/04/06

Poke it letter received 27/08/06

Letter Before Action delivered 04/05/06

Offer of £927.50 (all charges but not interest) received 18/05/06

Unconditional acceptance and Final Letter Before Action (me being generous) delivered 30/05/06

Poke it on all counts letter received 07/06/06

Court Claim Submitted 11/06/06 (claim number 6QZ37645)

Acknowledged 15/06/06

Full offer made for £1499.41 and accepted 20/06/06

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Thanks for the replies. I'm taking things a step at a time and tackling things as I am able to face them. The collection agencies have agreed a £1 per month repayment for the time being, so now that this has been sorted I will approach the bank. Can anyone advise me on which FAQs would be useful to me. I doin't want to swamp myself with too much information.

 

Many thanks :)

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ok just take your time to read through both of these posts, once you've done that and you understand them yo will be in a much better postition , as always if there is something you're not sure of, just ask

 

frequently asked questions on reclaiming bank charges

 

step by step guide to reclaiming bank charges

HSBC- £4995, settled payment in full

if you found this post helpful, please click the scales (top right of post), ta ;)

 

if you're not sure what to do?, Read the FAQ's

Unsure about what to claim, or confused about overdraft interest? Charges explanation

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