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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Honestly just contact the bank either phone them ot you can use live chat.
    http://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/2/contact-and-support#

    or look at your account online
    Will do thanks. I did find that it said ''no charges due'', and ''within overdraft limit''

    I have to wait till monday to actually call them tho
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    Will do thanks. I did find that it said ''no charges due'', and ''within overdraft limit''

    I have to wait till monday to actually call them tho
    Theres an online chat facility in the link.
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    (Original post by Sternumator)
    No. Luckily I did manage to scrape the money together but 2.5k at a weeks notice wasn't very nice of them.
    Oh dear, that must have been incredibly stressful!
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    Theres an online chat facility in the link.
    I've just been chatting with the guy and he said that it costs £5 per day to be in overdraft. Is that right?
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    (Original post by nmudz_009)
    I've just been chatting with the guy and he said that it costs £5 per day to be in overdraft. Is that right?
    Please talk HSBC they have all teh relevant details about you account and the activity on it. Ut costs £5 a day on a graudate and gap year account, student account it is free. Your bank can tell you why. If you are correctly being charged £5 a day, then if they put on chatges it wont be long before it exceeds £500 and into penalty levels. Talk to HSBC.

    http://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/PA_esf-ca-ap...price-list.pdf
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Please talk HSBC they have all teh relevant details about you account and the activity on it. Ut costs £5 a day on a graudate and gap year account, student account it is free. Your bank can tell you why. If you are correctly being charged £5 a day, then if they put on chatges it wont be long before it exceeds £500 and into penalty levels. Talk to HSBC.

    http://www.hsbc.co.uk/1/PA_esf-ca-ap...price-list.pdf
    Will do thanks

    Though it says no charges or interest is due

    And I've not been charged anything yet and ive been in overdraft for 8 days now
 
 
 
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