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    • richy4
    • By richy4 9th Jul 17, 9:57 PM
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    Requesting copies of Nationwide statements
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    • 9th Jul 17, 9:57 PM
    Requesting copies of Nationwide statements 9th Jul 17 at 9:57 PM
    I am applying for a mortgage shortly and will potentially need up to 3 months of my nationwide current account statements.

    I know I can get these online through online banking. But my issue with these is that the statement date is from and to the 10th of every month.

    Is it possible to go into branch or call up online to request copies of my bank statements from 1st June to 1st August for example? This type of date range isn't available on online banking.

    Any help much appreciated!
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    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 9th Jul 17, 10:05 PM
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    Is it possible to go into branch or call up online to request copies of my bank statements from 1st June to 1st August for example? This type of date range isn't available on online banking.
    Originally posted by richy4
    Unless I've misunderstood you, I can "enter dates" of 1/4/17 to 1/7/17 for my Nationwide current accounts and see a list of all transactions covering that period.

    Or do you need it in an 'official' looking pdf format? If so, then why not submit 4 months rather than 3 to cover the period required?
    Last edited by YorkshireBoy; 09-07-2017 at 10:08 PM.
    • richy4
    • By richy4 9th Jul 17, 10:07 PM
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    Official format required! It's a pain that I can't actually manually insert dates to create my own tailored statement from 1st to 30th/31st of every month I want.

    Seems only way to get this is by going in branch or on phone? I assume they'll charge for this too
    • tattycath
    • By tattycath 9th Jul 17, 10:15 PM
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    I just sent the last 3 statements. That's all they want.
    GE 36 *MFD
    MFIT-T4 No 106
    Mortgage overpayments: August: £203.90
    July : £5.05/£200 grocery 1/7/17 £98.36/£150
    Emergency savings £67.00/£2000
    Savercard Christmas savings £60
    12/3/17 175lb - 15/3/17 173lb - 28/6/17 167lb - 14/7/17 164lb - 12/9/17 160lb
    • EarthBoy
    • By EarthBoy 9th Jul 17, 10:57 PM
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    Seems only way to get this is by going in branch or on phone? I assume they'll charge for this too
    Originally posted by richy4
    You won't get what you want in branch or over the phone either. The statements will still be from 10th to 10th.

    You can change the date to 1st of the month for future statements, but you can't change statements that have already been issued.
    Last edited by EarthBoy; 09-07-2017 at 10:59 PM.
    • richy4
    • By richy4 10th Jul 17, 4:26 PM
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    The statements will still be from 10th to 10th.
    Why? I don't get this. It seems very counter-intuitive when most people get paid at the end of the month not on/around the 10th? What is the great big deal about the 10th to Nationwide?

    You can change the date to 1st of the month for future statements
    How do I do this? There does not appear to be an option on the online banking.

    This, amongst other things has now swayed me to switch bank accounts ASAP once I've secured my mortgage!
    • le loup
    • By le loup 10th Jul 17, 5:26 PM
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    Wow! Is that an over reaction?
    Your statements are from the 10th because that is the anniversary of your opening.
    • eskbanker
    • By eskbanker 10th Jul 17, 6:20 PM
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    Why? I don't get this. It seems very counter-intuitive when most people get paid at the end of the month not on/around the 10th? What is the great big deal about the 10th to Nationwide?
    Originally posted by richy4
    And similarly, what's the great big deal to you if they do this - your mortgage provider is surely just simply asking for your last three monthly statements (originals as issued) rather than artificially-constructed statements that are aligned with calendar months?
    • YorkshireBoy
    • By YorkshireBoy 10th Jul 17, 6:58 PM
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    Why? I don't get this.
    Originally posted by richy4
    Nationwide will be best placed to answer that. Presumably you've asked them by now...by phone, branch visit, or via secure message?
    It seems very counter-intuitive when most people get paid at the end of the month not on/around the 10th?
    Do they? How do you know?
    What is the great big deal about the 10th to Nationwide?
    I wanted the 10th, but they went and gave me the 18th without even asking me!
    This, amongst other things has now swayed me to switch bank accounts ASAP once I've secured my mortgage!
    Interesting decision. Which other banks will pay you 5% AER every other year on your wages until you spend them? And which other banks align statements with month end? Do they pay interest? Or have a fee-free overseas use credit card, which also pays 0.5% cashback on Sterling spend?
    • agrinnall
    • By agrinnall 10th Jul 17, 7:24 PM
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    This, amongst other things has now swayed me to switch bank accounts ASAP once I've secured my mortgage!
    Originally posted by richy4
    Well make certain that you open the new account on the 1st of the month otherwise you'll be disappointed with it's statement dates too.
    • Ballard
    • By Ballard 10th Jul 17, 8:20 PM
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    You're making a mountain out of a molehill. Unless you've been asked to supply statements based on calendar months you don't have a problem.

    From the banks perspective it's far better to spread the statements (and interest/charges) throughout the month as that puts less pressure on their computer processing and postage at the end of the month. It really shouldn't be a hindrance to anyone as all the information is still available.
    I got a letter from the government the other day. I opened it and read it. It said they were suckers.
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