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  • Bank Charges Petition

    Refund on high bank charges

    Responsible department: Her Majesty's Treasury

    When the Liberals and Conservatives were in opposition they both agreed that banks should pay back high bank charges to customers. Nothing seems to of happened since they came into power as a coalition. PPI insurance has been sorted now they should turn their attention to bank charges and help customers get exorbitant charges refunded.



    Refund on high bank charges - e-petitions



    Sorry if this was posted already, I did a search but could not find it, thought I would it out there. Need more signatures ASAP .
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    Re: Bank Charges Petition

    I don't think you can expect even if you get 100,000 signatures for it to be debated in the House of Commons because there is legislation already in force that deals with the issue of charges on account.
    In spite of that, Good Luck.
    "Family means that no one gets forgotten or left behind"
    (quote from David Ogden Stiers)

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      Re: Bank Charges Petition

      Originally posted by leclerc View Post
      I don't think you can expect even if you get 100,000 signatures for it to be debated in the House of Commons because there is legislation already in force that deals with the issue of charges on account.
      In spite of that, Good Luck.
      I didn't create it Lelerc, I found the link on CAG and thought I would pass on . Nevertheless, I hear your point.

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