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    Long story short, I've been unemployed for about eight months, and I don't get paid from my new job (which I don't start for another week) in mid-June.

    Basically, I'm after increasing my overdraft limit to around an extra £500 just for this month. Currently, I've pretty much maxed out my £1500 limit. I tried to ask for more graduate loan, which I'm planning on paying back once I get paid, but I wasn't allowed as it has only been six months since I last borrowed (I currently bank with Lloyds TSB by the way).

    I phoned Customer Support, and I was extended an overdraft only so I could make my loan payment this month. I tried to ask if I could extend the limit to £500, but she didn't give me it.

    I'm busy tomorrow morning, but will I get the same answer if I come into my branch tomorrow and explain my situation to an advisor?
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    *Bumping if there's anyone who could help? Thanks.
 
 
 
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