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Natwest old Premier Account SAR help

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  • #16
    Re: Natwest old Premier Account SAR help

    Originally posted by leclerc View Post
    I think a complaint to natwest re missold account might be worth asking about. However, asking about the interest is very good because Irwin Mitchell(solicitors) have stated that the bank should not have been adding interest so they need to refund that interest.

    Not sure on questions 3 or 4.
    Just another thing Leclerc if you dont mind me asking.

    Do you know if NatWest CMS, Telford are still about ? :tinysmile_twink_t2:

    Cheers

    Bazza

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    • #17
      Re: Natwest old Premier Account SAR help

      Gotta be honest and say that I take very little notice of NatWest these days apart from paying my credit card with them on time
      "Family means that no one gets forgotten or left behind"
      (quote from David Ogden Stiers)

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      • #18
        Re: Natwest old Premier Account SAR help

        Originally posted by leclerc View Post
        Gotta be honest and say that I take very little notice of NatWest these days apart from paying my credit card with them on time
        Lol oK cheers Leclerc

        I will just keep searching for details.

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        • #19
          Re: Natwest old Premier Account SAR help

          Well I located a Birmingham contact address and might have to forward a copy of my original SAR for their attention.

          On doing some research, it seems that their maybe a possibility that there was some sort of Router Account involvement at the time and this worries me. I just checked some old Experian files that I had around the time and there are two default entries, one for the current account / overdraft and one for the loan account.

          Both default amounts are more than my total judgement debt and have been increasing

          If I contact solicitors, will they be able to confirm if a Router Account was opened and new account numbers given ?

          Any advice would be appreciated and feel free to PM if need be.

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