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I have been struggling all morning with Abbey.

Managed to get in once, only for it to crash on me when I clicked on the account that I wanted to look at.

I want to ensure that I have the funds in my cheque a/c, so that I can open an a/c with Norwich & Peterborough. Was going to open an ebond with Abbey (paying around 0.1% more), but the branch I visited tell me that it can only be handled online, and the online help team are not responding to my emails. We are talking about £50k here! You would think that they would have been keen to respond.

Oh well, their loss is N&P's gain.

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I'm having difficulty logging in to my Natwest online account. Should I be disturbed by this? Are they going to be a new NR? :(

There's a clampdown on tax evasion on immoral earnings.

Ok, there's not. I'm very sorry. I've been a naughty boy.

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There's a clampdown on tax evasion on immoral earnings.

Ok, there's not. I'm very sorry. I've been a naughty boy.

You're not really sorry, are you? ;)

Seriously, though, I finally got logged in after almost an hour of trying. Managed to pay two bills, but lost connection again. I give up. :huh:

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There's a clampdown on tax evasion on immoral earnings.

Ok, there's not. I'm very sorry. I've been a naughty boy.

P.S. If my earnings were immoral, I'd hide them from the taxman in my mattress! :lol:

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I cant get on with Abbey business banking either been trying since 7am this morning. Somethings up!

Another 'Black Friday'? Or just a brown [is the new black] Friday? :unsure:

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P.S. If my earnings were immoral, I'd hide them from the taxman in my mattress! :lol:

That's ruined the slightly amusing image of a PVC clad dominatrix nipping over to have a look at HPC.co.uk in between dishing out floggings and bollock torture.

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That's ruined the slightly amusing image of a PVC clad dominatrix nipping over to have a look at HPC.co.uk in between dishing out floggings and bollock torture.

You men! It's only an avatar, chosen by a friend. <_<

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I'm having problems with connectivity to various sites within the UK... intermittent... seems technical not banking related.

BTW - if NatWest are in trouble, so are RBS.

NatWest are owned 100% by RBS... it really pissed me off when NatWest were bought (sometime between 1998 and 2002) as I'd been careful to get my mortgage from a different bank to my current account... I'd thought as far ahead as mortgage charge exploitation based on information gleaned from my month-to-month finances, but I hadn't anticipated that my English high-street-bank would be bought by my Scottish lender... I lived and learned.

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It's the last friday of the month and many companies are paying salaries, same every month with my bank (Barclays).

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I'm having problems with connectivity to various sites within the UK... intermittent... seems technical not banking related.

BTW - if NatWest are in trouble, so are RBS.

NatWest are owned 100% by RBS... it really pissed me off when NatWest were bought (sometime between 1998 and 2002) as I'd been careful to get my mortgage from a different bank to my current account... I'd thought as far ahead as mortgage charge exploitation based on information gleaned from my month-to-month finances, but I hadn't anticipated that my English high-street-bank would be bought by my Scottish lender... I lived and learned.

Strange you didn't think of it. Afteer all, the BoE was started by a scot. Just blame us for everything! :(

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