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    I took out an RBS Student account in 2006 when I started at Edinburgh Uni. In 2008 I switched to Strathclyde Uni, and as such I'm still a student and due to graduate this year.

    RBS don't know this and think I graduated in 2011, so my interest free overdraft is slowly decreasing. If I tell them I'm still a student will I be able to utilise my £2000 interest free overdraft again? Any past experience in this matter?

    Thanks
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    Just tell them. They'll ask for proof, but just explain and it'll be fine.


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