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    • Chicken-keeper
    • By Chicken-keeper 5th Jul 12, 9:16 AM
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    Reclaiming Bank Charges
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    Reclaiming Bank Charges 5th Jul 12 at 9:16 AM
    I currently am on a debt management plan and trying to get myself sorted. It is working extremely well. I also decided to claim back ludicrous bank charges from First Direct that I had paid. They are looking into this , but because I no longer bank there (asI owe them overdraft still), theystate they require 6 months pay slips, 6 months bank statements and a up to date income/expenditure sheet. Is this normal proceedure that banks ask for ?

    thank you in anticipation
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    • 5th Jul 12, 10:26 AM
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    • 5th Jul 12, 10:26 AM
    I currently am on a debt management plan and trying to get myself sorted. It is working extremely well. I also decided to claim back ludicrous bank charges from First Direct that I had paid. They are looking into this , but because I no longer bank there (asI owe them overdraft still), theystate they require 6 months pay slips, 6 months bank statements and a up to date income/expenditure sheet. Is this normal proceedure that banks ask for ?

    thank you in anticipation
    Originally posted by Chicken-keeper
    I don't know if it's normal procedure, but based on information gleaned from this site, if you no longer have the bank account, then it is highly unlikely that a refund of any bank charges will transpire as their past application is not adversely affecting your current financial position.
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