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Even THE TIMES says Drop the Waiver!

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From the article:

 

 

“The FSA should either revoke the waiver, so people can pursue their claims again, or banks should also be suspended from levying penalty charges until the court case has been resolved.”


A £35 pound bank charge is not a charge for a service. Its theft.

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I could not have put it better myself.


A £35 pound bank charge is not a charge for a service. Its theft.

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Well done, a bit of common sense from the Media, lets hope this publicises just how corrupt the whole waiver thing is!


27th April - Requested Statements

13th May - Received Statements:D

15th May - Preliminary request for £4780 sent.:D

16th May - Royal Mail confirm Letter received.:D

23rd May - Received Letter considering claim. :grin:

30th May - Letter Before Action sent. :D

10th July - Times Up!! FOS claim going in.

16th July - Measly 30% of claim offered as goodwill

17th July - Rejected offer letter sent

25th July - Acknowledgement of Reject Letter received

26th July - Screwed over by the OFT,Banks, FSA & FOS all in one go.:evil:

Never even felt it happen.

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but who listens to The Times?

 

i don't think anything other than serious political pressure from the big boys will make the FSA/FOS?OFT and Banks change their joint mind.

 

and who pressures the big boys of politics? We the people ... especially next year when they come a-knocking on the door ...

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That was Martin Lewis that was quoted saying they should drop the waiver or halt fresh charges.

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Well OK - but the Times published it - and he's spot on.


A £35 pound bank charge is not a charge for a service. Its theft.

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He is indeed

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