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I'm sure you're right. I'm sure there'll be queues out the door of the high court. Im sure you could even squeeze in some unfair terms & conditions argument relating to variation interest rates.
As to you're "tricking conspiracy theory" the high court actually adjudicated on this and found against the 2 ombudsman decisions which claimed same.
Andy, nice to see you had time to post to this thread, I'm sure you are on your way down to PTSB headquarters to show them the error of their ways. Capitulating to the Central Bank of Ireland, what are these guys at, they are letting down the whole team. The house of cards is about to fall. Maybe your bank next!
As for the Financial Ombudsman, he adjudicated in relation to Danske Bank customers with the exact same complaint, that being overcharging between February 2009 and November 2011, quess what, he came to different conclusions depending on the correspondance from the complainant. The substantive issue however was the same, so much for the Financial Ombudsman.
As for tricking conspiracies, if the C.B.I. refer to this in their final report on the matter, the High court will have no option but to conclude it did happen. Then Borrowers can seek aggravated damages.
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