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Hi, once you have sent your first letter requesting refund of charges, give them 14 days and then send them your letter before action.

 

Have a read of the FAQ's and the newcomers guide to get an idea of what you should be doing.

 

Firstly you should start your own thread in the forum for your bank. Which bank are you with?

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ThanKs for this freakyleaky. I have been in dispute with them for months. The County Court has isued them with a summons. I think they have got 14 days to respond. I know that if they don't I can issue a warrant of execution etc but not sure if this is appropriate in this case. I have a business account with HSBC. I have asked for a FSA waiver as failure to refund the charges will result in financial hardship ( I've got a disabled kid). My account was in credit but they charged me so much it went overdrawn and then the account went dormant but the charges kept accumulating at a very steep rate. They gave a verbal agreement to settle (if I paid some money in) and then reneged on it after I paid my hard-earned money into the account. All but £7 of the money paid in was swallowed up in charges. ATM then swallowed my card denying me access to this £7. I am pretty sure that this can't be legal.

Once again thanks for your help.

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Sorry I wasn't paying attention!

I will see if I can get this moved to the hsbc forum for you. You will get more specific help with your case. You will get all the help you need from this site.

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