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Trevor Mcdonald And Martin Lewis - On Bank Charges

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Looked like a great program tonight, power to the people!

Lots of people claiming back £100s to £1000s of pounds taken from them in unlwaful bank charges

One Lady claimed back nearly £5000 (was she spending money like water though????)

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The end of free banking maybe one day if this carries on?

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Looked like a great program tonight, power to the people!

Lots of people claiming back £100s to £1000s of pounds taken from them in unlwaful bank charges

One Lady claimed back nearly £5000 (was she spending money like water though????)

LINK,

The end of free banking maybe one day if this carries on?

Yea thats what sticks in my mind from a few months ago when it was first mentioned, basically the banks saying "ok we will drop our charges, but now you will pay to have a current account open with us" once again the prudent being penalised for the sloppy. No ones perfect with thier finances but most people should be able to construct thier accounts in such a way that they dont go over thier allowed/arranged overdraft. Of course thier will be some exceptions where it simply isnt the account holders fault but the vast majority should be taught a lesson.

If current account charges come into affect it will be a nice lesson for all of us wont it.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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