/ 9/10 to Natwest Bank
Genuinely well done.
which i guess begs the question....
what do they need to do to get the other 1 outta 10?
not block it in the 1at place? the compensation suggests they are admitting some fault...
> Genuinely well done.
Looks like you've been robbed. I think they're obliged to give you £50 minimum. I'd call them back if I were you.
I had to pay NATWEST £3000 of a £6000 debt my ex wife had run up on an old joint account they said they had taken my name off but hadn't. They did however compensate me to the tune of £250 for the clerical error that meant my name was not removed!
> ... the compensation suggests they are admitting some fault...
... Or they're struggling to spend the £45bn bail-out of taxpayers money that the banking group was awarded in 2008.
I moved my account away from them earlier this year.
> I moved my account away from them earlier this year.
Presumably to a bank that uses a more up-to-date and reliable system? Ummmmmmm - and that would be?
> not block it in the 1at place?
I don't remember that. Wasn't it HSBC?
My main current account is with NatWest and I also have a secondary account with them. And other stuff. I'm sure I would have remembered if they'd "killed" them all for a week.
It was Natwest, but not everyone was affected. It didn't affect me at all.
They used to be even better before RBS cocked them up.
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