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Banks win the overdraft / admin charges case,

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its pity to all those who were expecting ££'s in charges refunds from the banks. it was always gonna be an uphill battle not in favor of the common manso the banks won the test case at the supreme court. no more refunds to be given back to any customers unless there's other legal powers to use.http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8376906.stmBORDERs the bookstore has gone bust in other news

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I never ever incurred bank charges, but I know certain man are pissed they didn't get on it when Streets was showing guys about it back in RWD days.+Is Borders going to have a big closing down sale or something? Want to buy a good amount of books still, especially if they are extra cheap.

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you lot are a bit late this happened like 3 days ago

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its nt that clear cuttheyve jus said the OFT cant investigate bt they can still do it somehow i phazed out wen i heard it

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its nt that clear cuttheyve jus said the OFT cant investigate bt they can still do it somehow i phazed out wen i heard it
no they said the OFT has no power to rule the way they did or to rule at all.any other legal action will take another long round of legal battles
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I'm a noob to the world of finance, I was told that if I take my payslips to the bank, I can get the tax back in cashIs this still possible or what?

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OMG I'd love it if B&Q went bust and had a sale!!! I'd buy all the things. Or Ikea. Or even well anywhere really I duno why I just said this...

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ur bank is not the tax man, the IR is. so payslips at the bank mean nothing.. u get your tax back from your tax office

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OMG I'd love it if B&Q went bust and had a sale!!! I'd buy all the things. Or Ikea. Or even well anywhere really I duno why I just said this...
f*ck that what u need is a riotlootin must be fun
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I'd be really good in a riot I'd organise it dead good so there'd be like a team of people individually tasked with parts to loot. I wana be the captain of the riot.

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so if there was a riot.. you'd be looting beds and chairs or flower pots from ikea and B&Q :/

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Omg I'd go nuts for the f*ck*ng homewares section in any shop.Trust me... Obviously like I'd get the electrical goods at some point too.

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I never ever incurred bank charges, but I know certain man are pissed they didn't get on it when Streets was showing guys about it back in RWD days.+Is Borders going to have a big closing down sale or something? Want to buy a good amount of books still, especially if they are extra cheap.
This is going to be the problem though because some people got there money back and some people didn't you cant really justify this. Dont think this is the end of the matter though and think courts made this decision based on the mess of the banks in general.
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I courts made this decision based on the mess of the banks in general.
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I courts made this decision based on the mess of the banks in general.
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LOL Although i know you don't want to be seen quoting and agreeing with me, I hope you are fully aware that it was not Em Dott that said that statement! But its cool i know its not "cool" to be seen in agreement with me on this forum!
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When the Oxford Street branch of Borders closed down and had their stock clearance, I made off with 10-12 sick books for £1 eachIf they have a chain-wide clearance sale I might have to take a day and do a tour of all the London stores

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When the Oxford Street branch of Borders closed down and had their stock clearance, I made off with 10-12 sick books for £1 eachIf they have a chain-wide clearance sale I might have to take a day and do a tour of all the London stores
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lol @ me making a topic about claiming bank charges in 2006. I swear I still got bare emails of RWD/VIP2 letters I helped draft.Thanks HSBC/Abbey/Natwest/Halifax - you really deserve a round of applause for what you done to my account.Being bad with money as a teenager pays off. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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banks should never be able to charge anyone.. if u dnt have enough money u hsould be able to spend and if ur direct debit fail to go thorugh u still shouldnt be charged

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When the Oxford Street branch of Borders closed down and had their stock clearance, I made off with 10-12 sick books for £1 eachIf they have a chain-wide clearance sale I might have to take a day and do a tour of all the London stores
Would actually take a day off work for this.
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borders has started a closing down salejus heard on the news

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banks should never be able to charge anyone.. if u dnt have enough money u hsould be able to spend and if ur direct debit fail to go thorugh u still shouldnt be charged
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im pissed about this wish i took streets advice and claimed sooner i longed it :(

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