I haven't touched my Ulster Bank statement in a while as I'm out of the country and there's a paid out transaction of £100 and I haven't got the slightest idea what it is.
The description is:
ULBK STKH INV CTAW, INITIAL PAYMENT.
Anybody else have any idea?
Ulsterbank Stockholder Investment something.. just a wild guess. sorry mate.
They're probably taking money off you because the bank that owns Ulster Bank lost a few points on the stock market and they're trying to keep up funds.
...I dunno, wild guess is better than none.
I've just released that it's to do with my son's saving's account. I lost the form when he was born and we found it when moving house over the summer. The missus must have posted it.
Wow.. how horribly wrong was I? hahahaha
I like the way i've been charged the guts of £200 by Ulster Bank for a Dual Account that was £17 overdrawn for a few months months
yes I know it shouldn't be in the red etc, but thats great customer care innit?
3 months ago I cancelled a HBoS credit card, the other day I got a bill for £0.01p
[quote:a40ea4c8b1="Dirty Stevie Grizz"]I like the way i've been charged the guts of £200 by Ulster Bank for a Dual Account that was £17 overdrawn for a few months months
yes I know it shouldn't be in the red etc, but thats great customer care innit?[/quote:a40ea4c8b1]
Similar thing happened to me, I requested to get my money back and got it.
it's YOUR reponsibility to look after YOUR account...
Bet you were one of those kids who had coloured dividers and used highlighter pens in their notes.
And ring re-enforcements...
Chortle, I was looking for that one but couldn't remember the name. Ring re-enforcements. Cless.