AIB AIB Data Protection request - omitted key information

Discussion in 'Tracker Redress' started by Redman, 21 Dec 2017.

  1. Emlyn C

    Emlyn C Registered User

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    I received my data yesterday and as I suspected would be the case, AIB "forgot" to include anything in relation to my current mortgage. They included some personal stuff from my wife's personal account that was nothing to do with the mortgage, car loan applications etc. (GDPR Issue???). The bulk of the documents are the application for mortgage for the previous house in 2003, the top up on that mortgage in 2007 and then the case notes and information on the calls and conversations from 2014. Nothing about the Mortgage application in 2008 and how they rejected my request for a tracker in March 2008 even though they did not discontinue until Oct 2008, then failed to offer me one in 2013 when the Fixed rate expired.
    They didn't give me anything at all in relation to the relevant mortgage and the tracker appeal. It's like it is a delay tactic
     
  2. TrackerThieves

    TrackerThieves Frequent Poster

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    Seems to be another tactic they use, my data request had a lot of duplicate copies, some documents I had up to 5 times and definitely not in an easy to follow order. Always thought it was done that way to make it difficult to follow and to know exactly what you do and do not have
     
  3. Claude

    Claude Registered User

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    This is the norm for them. I went back to them three times and itemised dates of what I was requesting. Eventually I went to the data protection comm.that got them moving and they sent two letters of apology as they don’t actually have half the file including many registered letters. I have the entire file myself.
     
  4. Trackaib

    Trackaib Registered User

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    Apparently AIB believe they are not required to provide the mortgage terms and conditions to customers..
     

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  5. TrackerThieves

    TrackerThieves Frequent Poster

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    thats incredible.
     
  6. Sarenco

    Sarenco Frequent Poster

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    How do generic terms and conditions constitute personal data? Genuine question.

    Also, have you actually asked AIB to provide you with a copy of the terms and conditions applicable to your mortgage?
     
  7. Trackaib

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    Yes, following my SARs request, I noted they had left out the specific pages from the t&cs that included Clause 3. I rang the SARS line and was told they'd courier them out. They never arrived. I noted this in my appeal and this is their defence. The T&Cs may have been generic to all customers at that particular time, but they contain the specific clauses that are relevant to the Tracker appeal, and have since been amended. If it is AIB policy not to provide them, it is worthy of note. I've included it in my reply to the AIB response to my appeal.
     
  8. Sarenco

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    Absolutely agree that it's troubling if this is official AIB policy (which I doubt) but it has nothing to do with a subject access request. Put simply, the T&Cs are not personal data so your appeal is misguided.

    My suggestion - make a formal complaint to AIB that the T&Cs were not sent to you as promised. If that doesn't resolve the issue, escalate the complaint to the FSO.
     
  9. Trackaib

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    Thank you Sarenco, that's very helpful.