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Unfair bank charges. No Free Banking. Are the banks going too far?

By archangelG     Mar 15, 2007 in Business
Are the banks finally going too far in order to make more and more money from their clients?
No more than a little while ago, there was free banking. You were not charged for securely using your money in a bank, whether electronically, physically or otherwise.
But recently, almost every bank in the land has moved to imposing fees for banking. In particular there are terms and conditions on current accounts, such as First Direct's approach of "charges" if a bank does not have a statutory balance of £1500.
But the banks havent stopped there. Over time many many people have been unfairly charged by their bank for various reasons. Banks certainly make enough money, since they contribute to a high proportion of world economy. Every day they are flying around Wall Street and the world stock markets, using your money that you have invested, in order for them to make money.
Beat the bank. If you feel you have been unfairly charged, Believe it or not you can claim your money back in most cases.
I found this website which is very informative, and helps present you with a guide as to what to do and the steps to take.
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/bankcharges
I'm already trying to claim back a grand total of 2,225 from various banks. Lets hope i succeed!
Dont let them beat you! Take back what is yours!
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