Thursday, 26 February 2009

Taxpayers to refund excess bank charges



I notice that now the taxpayers money is being thrown at banks like confetti at a wedding, the infamous bank charges court case, enabling millions of customers to sue their banks for unfair charges is rearing it’s head again

It appears that the Office of Fair Trading now has the right to decide if £38 is a fair charge for going 28p overdrawn.

I did a little research this morning when I heard that RBS is losing £24B this year. Sounds a lot eh? Well, in the past ten years they’ve racked up £67 BILLION in profits.

So now that the tax payer is basically taking the place of fleeced customers, it seems they are going get to the taxpayer to repay the fleeced customers for the past 6 years greed.


I’m trying to find out how many lamp posts there are in the City. I think we’ll be needing all of them.
Courtesy of Guido, it appears that Zanu are hosting a Bankers Gala Dinner tonight in Docklands....

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Seen the latest re. Flash Mobs?

The wankers hate anything they have no control over. Oh god, something we can't control. Must be wrong, let's focus on it and ban it.

Old Holborn said...

No.

Details?

killemallletgodsortemout said...

Could we reserve a special lamp post for that lovely Sir Fred Goodwin?

The greedy caaaaaarnt.

Shirking From Home said...

Am pretty sure BBC tv London news carried it at lunchtime.

Anonymous said...

Re. Flash mob, just a friendly bit of advice from the boys in blue...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7913034.stm

Anonymous said...

Just wondering about the practicality of how to actually get a noose onto a lamp post quickly.
If someone actually figured a way of doing it expediently, it would take a lot longer to get down than to put up.

man in the street said...

Go long on cherry pickers?

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