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    • Milly1974
    • By Milly1974 21st Aug 08, 9:34 PM
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    • 21st Aug 08, 9:34 PM
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    • 21st Aug 08, 9:34 PM
    Might be just because it is a different department for a current account to a credit card. I know Egg don't send me paper bills.

    OD £lots Egg Card £329.04 Parents £650 Sofa £741.78
    • pixiechick99
    • By pixiechick99 21st Aug 08, 9:48 PM
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    • 21st Aug 08, 9:48 PM
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    • 21st Aug 08, 9:48 PM
    I'm with Lloyds too and I cancelled paper statements - but yes I still receive them! Mind you it came in handy when I needed to provide the last 3months statements to someone, saved a lot of time and my printer ink!

    But yes, why ask if you want paper statements then ignore it?!!!
    November NSDs - 0/15
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  • Damoclese
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    • 21st Aug 08, 11:15 PM
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    • 21st Aug 08, 11:15 PM
    Does anyone get this with Virgin?

    Was thinking of doing a BT, but would prefer somewhere that doesn't keep sending statements. Lets just say people in my house don't take much notice of the name on the envelope until they've opened it.
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