PTSB PTSB - on expiry of fixed rate, tracker rate not specified

Discussion in 'Tracker Redress' started by Brendan Burgess, 19 Sep 2012.

  1. Apples82

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    Don't give up all hope just yet then!?! CB last meeting with the committee didn't leave me feeling inspired!
     
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  2. Wardy7

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    Well I'm still hopeful!

    I will remain so until Padraic says game over! It's difficult not hearing any good news but what choice do we have but to sit tight?
     
  3. Apples82

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    Agree! Life has been so much more stressful since this initially broke in 2015 much more so than the previous years of being overcharged. We aren't getting any younger and grow tired of life being on hold. It would be nice for the end to be in sight one way or the other!
     
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  4. PFS7979

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    So will PTSB press ahead and include these accounts in a loan sale?
     
  5. Wardy7

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    Well not mine! Isn’t it non-performing loans being sold?

    I’m not part of that.
     
  6. PFS7979

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    Wardy... u can rest assured that many people who started on a 0.75% margin then tricked onto a SVR (5% + for quite a period of time) will have had to enter arrangements/split mortgages etc.... remember PTSB are stating they done nothing wrong and Central Bank Review is ongoing.
     
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  7. Wardy7

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    Oh I know that. Sure we had to rearrange/extend at one point ourselves.

    Thankfully though, we are not in arrears as we’ve never missed a payment. Ergo, not a distressed loan.
     
  8. Suz2015

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    Any update on PTSB rate issue?
     
  9. core123

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    I sent a letter via Padraic Kissane to PTSB on this very issue on Friday. Will let you know the response once I hear back.
     
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  10. Suz2015

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    @core123 any response to your letter? I feel like everything has come to a halt!
     
  11. core123

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    Hi @Suz2015 ,

    I've got a 2 responses back saying that they are still investigating. The last one was about 2 weeks ago. A real slow process....
     
  12. fitz2017

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    We raised our complaint in November 2017 and have been getting monthly letters to say they are still investigating and to bear with them. Very slow, 7 months and no answers.
     
  13. core123

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    I think it's part of legislation that they have to give you a monthly update...pretty frustrating all the same
     
  14. fitz2017

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    You would have to hope there is some talking going on in the background between CB and PTSB and that the reason they are slow to get back now.
     
  15. Apples82

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    Surely this has to be somewhat encouraging that the door is not shut on the issue?
     
  16. meepman

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    Same her
    Same here. Get a letter back every month stating they are still investigating.
     
  17. robe

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    When is the central bank tracker review to be completed ?
    I presume no one has any update from ptsb yet .
     
  18. fitz2017

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    No update with our case from PTSB, received our usual monthly letter saying still investigating and hope to have it wrapped up soon by post yesterday.
     
  19. Somar

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    Receive exact same letters from PTSB on a monthly basis.
    PTSB waiting for the CB to let them off the hook, so in the meantime they are obliged to send out those response letters monthly.
    CB likely not to push PTSB as much as other banks because of their poor financial standing, noted of late by the ECB.
    Will be high court that will sort this one out.
     
  20. delsalmon

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    Heard back from CAP this week, the usual like a lot of others.
    Quote of 1.1% April/may 2007.
    Drew down Dec 2007, no margin on contract, 2 year fixed rate.
    "Broke out" early Feb 2007.
    Redress of tracker 3.25%.
    Supposedly with AJ but haven't heard anything of any merit in over 2 years.
    Wanting to try every avenue, I made an official complaint to PTSB, and was granted a late appeal from CAP last Feb.
    Finally got the bad news. Nothing on tracker rate, which was my main grievance.
    So if I go ombudsman, their say is final, but if a later high court rules in favour of a similar case, can I still be ruled on through precedence?
    Looks like only hope now is a high court ruling to make a precedent for every other case?