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HSBC refuse Barclays short term loan BBC 23/08/07


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HSBC denies blame for forcing Barclays into the red over loan - Times Online

 

ha ha. Left it too late. And the banks say that about ordinary people!!

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Don't forget that this is the same Barlcays which the BBC found had a culture of dishonesty.

 

Here is a bank which seems to want to go on existing on more than it can afford.

 

It doesn't seem to be able to make ends meet even after padding itself out with billions of unlawful charges taken from its own customers.

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Bankfodder, Perhaps you could help them with their claim?..........:D

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