KBC It is well worth appealing the amount of compensation

raglan

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If people are any way unhappy with their redress amount they should appeal.I was unhappy with compensation part of ours for all the stress 9 years caused, I felt it wasn’t a good enough reflection. I filled in forms and appealed as you have nothing to lose, wasn’t expecting much if at all but was pleasantly surprised with our appeal. It was a smooth process for us and turned out with a good outcome.
 

Denvir77

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If people are any way unhappy with their redress amount they should appeal.I was unhappy with compensation part of ours for all the stress 9 years caused, I felt it wasn’t a good enough reflection. I filled in forms and appealed as you have nothing to lose, wasn’t expecting much if at all but was pleasantly surprised with our appeal. It was a smooth process for us and turned out with a good outcome.
What bank was yours please
 

raglan

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No , if I remember right bank didn’t want one. I would have if I had to. Just letters from bro every so often to update on where appeal was at. Took about 6 months
 

Brendan Burgess

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According to the Central Bank


So, yes, it's well worth appealing.

Even if you appeal and lose, you will see the arguments used by the bank and can frame your complaint to the Ombudsman in the light of those arguments.

Brendan
 

Denvir77

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Anyone out there received anything substantial to really compensate them for years of sacrifice and difficult life choices?
 
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