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On Sky News..thousands To Get Northern Rock Refunds

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no together mortgage holder was financially any worse off because the wording said CCA and loans over £25k were not

what gets me is that the 'taxpayer' is on the hook for the compo

I would sooner the money went to something deserving rather than a group of people who were only too glad to borrow the money (CCA or not)

I do hope NRAM will appeal.

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no together mortgage holder was financially any worse off because the wording said CCA and loans over £25k were not

what gets me is that the 'taxpayer' is on the hook for the compo

I would sooner the money went to something deserving.

yeah, me too, straight back to the tax payers that earned it

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So those who borrowed much more than they could afford get a refund at taxpayer expense ..brilliant.

I'm sure those with the case against the West Bromwich building society for rate rises will be happy to see this as could help their case

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no together mortgage holder was financially any worse off because the wording said CCA and loans over £25k were not

what gets me is that the 'taxpayer' is on the hook for the compo

I would sooner the money went to something deserving.

yeah, me too, straight back to the tax payers that earned it

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      • down 5% +
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