You mention there's nothing relevant in referencing the other payouts but also suggest the same payouts influence the hardship argument.
They all fall under the same remit here don't they
I find it hard to accept that because of help from family or by obtaining more credit you are considered no longer in hardship.
Also, why is "current" relevant? If the complaint can go back 6 years that's not current. the worst of it was 3-4 years ago and has only improved by the fact the bank admitted wrongdoing in other aspects of their behaviour.
toobs1981 wrote: »
can I get any of these money's reimbursed? I am no longer on benefits or in hardship
Sounds like you could still claim even if you are now financially stable. I hope so because I'm trying to claim back nearly £3000 over a 3 year period 12-15. I'll let you know how I get on.
matti128 wrote: »
I appealed to my bank a few years ago re a mis-sold bank account (NatWest). I then forgot about it as I didn't get a reply. I tried to this again last year and was told to appeal to the Financial Ombudsman. However, as I had already complained the year earlier, I was told that my time to appeal had gone and I was unable to make the appeal to the ombudsman and couldn't open a new case as it had already been looked at by the bank who rejected the initial case.
How can I open a new case (for the same account) so I can make my appeal to the ombudsman where I am sue, based on others stories, I have a very good chance of winning?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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