Totally second that! Can't even think for a second that any of us would have gotten to where we are today without the relentless fight and efforts from Padraic and his team. I only see a handful of frequent posters in this thread, so many (out of 500) who didn't go to Padraic but got trackers back and receiving redress this week may not be fully aware and appreciate that, this wouldn't have happened without Padraic & team. I too encourage them to give the legal advice part to Padraic & team.I am just amazed by how much EBS would have gotten away with if not for folk like Padraic Kissane driving this to satisfactory resolution and turning on the lights for all of us.
What i would suggest is for anyone (not on his books) who got their EBS tracker back + compensation + Legal advice.
To give the legal advice part to Padraic and his staff. We would have nothing if not for them. I think Brendan put up his bank details before.
No detail as to which part of the cheque is overpayment, compensation, professional fees...What are the circumstances that caused this failure to happen?
At a point in the past you moved your rate from a tracker to a fixed rate. When you took out the tracker you signed a tracker application form which warned you that could not return to a tracker rate if you moved off it. However, we now accept that potentially confusing wording in other documents that we provided to you, may have given you the expectation that you could go back onto your tracker when the fixed rate expired.
We deeply regret that this failure happened and we want to sincerely apologise.
Or at least with the cheque. They told me another part of the bank had to double check everything and that's why there's a delay. I said no bank ever handed out money without being sure what they were handing out and even if they weren't sure, what they had calculated could have gone with the cheque. Sounds like a lot of "consultants" are trying to keep in the game longer than they need to be.So received the payment instruction form and when again I asked for the years impacted ( i was told in June 2010 to date) as it needs to be clear in order for ex husband to sign the forms they tell me to wait until next letter! I asked why can't I or he be told what I was told in June? Can I freely get the information from the branch manager what type of interested was charged in 2010 ... then the tune of the call changed and they can call me back tomorrow with the information. I am fuming at ebs as last week they told my ex husband I had the cheque which is totally untrue I from the first letter in June asked no cheque be sent due to the complications of my case. Sick of dealing with them at this stage and yet again being completed stressed put by them. I think the letter detailing the redress amount should have come first