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  • #16
    To be honest they've messed me about and I am unhappy with them I have contacted the financial ombudsman service and they have been unhelpful if I take them to the small claims courts would I have any grounds for getting compensation etc?


    • #17
      sloane82 You don't have a good record with court do you. I would say just let it be


      • #18
        Well I have to do everything I can are you legally trained?


        • #19

          You were very very lucky before. It is not always someone else's fault and small claims are not always the way to seek redress.

          By the way, is this the same coop bank account you were asking questions about in 2014?

          Last edited by EXC; 14th April 2018, 22:13:PM. Reason: Inappropriate comments removed


          • #20
            I cannot see that you have any cause of action.
            I do not see where you have a claim.
            They implemented the terms and conditions of the agreement.
            As Warwick says let it be, put it behind you

            We may or may not be"legally trained" but suggest you refer to Terms of use of this site, especially section ( Disclaimers wherein it is stated:

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            Now if you still want to initiate a court action against the Co-op Bank, that is your decision, but it is not a course we would recommend.


            • #21
              Ok cheer's for the info just really annoyed with the bank very greatful for your help.


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