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Oh my sainted trousers! The Co-operative Bank have just refunded me...

23 replies

TheMoistWorldOfSeptimusQuench · 10/07/2007 14:25

.... £3622.50!!!!

Champagne anyone?

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FluffyMummy123 · 10/07/2007 14:26

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fredip71 · 10/07/2007 14:26

Nice one! I should do the same with RBS

allgonebellyup · 10/07/2007 14:26

how come??!!

Idobelieveinfairies · 10/07/2007 14:26

Excellent, well done you !!!

TheMoistWorldOfSeptimusQuench · 10/07/2007 14:26
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Nbg · 10/07/2007 14:28

farking nora!


Lolly68 · 10/07/2007 15:16

Oh well done. I've just had offer letter from Natwest for £7.4k - just waiting for it to go into my account now!!

jofeb04 · 10/07/2007 19:24

I've just had 2000 tonight, so I'M JOINING YOU IN a glass!!

FlameDelacour · 10/07/2007 19:26



TheMoistWorldOfSeptimusQuench · 10/07/2007 20:48

Wow Lolly, you must have been so naughty...

Jofeb04... am cracking open the champagne for us both ... here you go!

Congratulations to you both!

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moondog · 10/07/2007 20:49

Seems doubly wicked in light of it being saintly Co-Op.

Tuck it away in a mini ISA!!

TheMoistWorldOfSeptimusQuench · 10/07/2007 20:53

Co-op are apparently not so saintly, but I guess that's another thread

Mini ISA would be the right thing to do, but am now excitedly planning redecoration of DDs bedroom, new dining table, and I hear Rigby & Peller have a sale on at the moment....

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FlameDelacour · 10/07/2007 22:19

Def R&P it!!!

chocolatekimmy · 10/07/2007 22:25

Good for all of you - great amounts but thats scary amounts to be talking about.

I just had Lloyds Tsb cave in after saying they would fully defend the claim in court -£207. Also Goldfish agreed to £80 after rejecting their first offer of £36.

Never give up and enjoy the money when you get it.

Lolly68 · 11/07/2007 10:44

Flame/TheMoist - went through a bad patch about 4 years ago and it spiralled out of control. Begged the bank to help but they wouldn't. At last I have got my money back which they took from me and I'm well pleased!!

KbearBrockovich · 11/07/2007 10:46

so is this for when you got bank charges for bounced cheques etc?

Tortington · 11/07/2007 10:46

congrats - i got mne about a month back.

KbearBrockovich · 11/07/2007 10:46

or is it refund of interest when you have been overdrawn?

KbearBrockovich · 11/07/2007 11:07

eh? eh? answers please

Pruners · 11/07/2007 11:08

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DiagonAllieBongo · 11/07/2007 11:09

feck me. well done

Lolly68 · 11/07/2007 11:27

KBear - it was for charges with regard to unpaid direct debits etc but not interest you cant claim for that.

KbearBrockovich · 11/07/2007 11:35

I see!

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