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  • ross1948 15:48 on July 19, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Barclays, Credit Cards, overdrafts,   

    Who Does Barclays Bank REALLY Care About? 



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    First Barclaycard slashed loyal customers’ credit card limits, now Barclays scraps vital overdrafts at short notice despite the cost-of-living crisis https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-11007091/Barclays-scraps-overdrafts-amid-cost-living-crisis.html

    We know they were splurging money on a pro-Fourth Reich pressure group…



    …and may well still be into such profligate pastimes – any customer who feels ill-served should email their ‘customer services’ and ask about Barclays shameless CER funding.

    Europe Day? Please Note Collabo Companies


    Centre for European Reform

    ….the EU should take on more responsibilities globally, on issues ranging from climate change to security.

    That’s not my opinion – it’s what the CER says about itself


    ….and then Barclays behaved badly again, endorsing an overtly racist slogan….

    Barclays memo tells staff ‘black lives matter’


    No assertion by Barclays that…



    … and it wasn’t that long ago we heard further disturbing news…

    Barclays’ UK chief executive has been criticised for sitting on the board of a charity with ties to a group designated as a terrorist organisation by Israel….


    You can read all about that, and may wish to close your Barclays account…


    ….or at least protest!


    Act to corral the leftist swine!

  • ross1948 12:05 on November 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Barclays, , , lloyds,   

    Good Work, Guardian? Yes, For Once? 

    Quite appalling that Barclays refused to hand over an old lady’s money…

    she was told last September that the bank was closing her account on 28 December because of Brexit.. 

    …till a Guardian journo intervened.

    No circumstances changed – the banksters just dragged their feet, until finally they had to cower from potentially bad publicity


    But what about other issues we have seen raised about Barclays, such as their kow-tow memo?

    Barclays memo tells staff ‘black lives matter’


    No assertion by Barclays that…



    …but Barclay’s is unfortunately not the only bank up to its neck in partisan politics…


    Lloyds Bank, Still Funding Secretive Europhiles! 

    …not least Lloyds.

    Funding, collaborating with a rabid Europhiliac pressure group that boasts about its furtive meetings with business interests?

    Their response to complaints was pathetic then too!

    Keep track of what your bank is up to.

    If you are a share-holder, use your rights toquestion and condemn politicises roguery! .

    If you have an account, close it!

    And soon we’ll be taking a look at the Bank of England!

    • Ned 14:57 on November 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Bankers are W…….s
      Nuff said..


  • ross1948 07:33 on March 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Barclays, ,   

    EUSSR – Barclays Bank Still Funding Enemy Within? 

    The Centre for European Reform is a think-tank devoted to making the European Union work better and strengthening its role in the world.

    That’s not opinion – it’s what the CER says about itself!


    And if you are a share-holder in Barclays Bank, or even hold an account with Barclays, you are therefore helping this Europhiliac elitist crew make their dream come true!




    If you have a share-holding, act to stop this political contribution.

    If you have an account, close it!


    Call them out!

    • Vernon 21:11 on March 21, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I have nothing to do here, isolated but at least with family, so I have been looking at that list of companies who donate to this EU fan club. It’s horrifying, HSBC, Vodaphone, Lloyds Bank, I had no idea and most people don’t either.
      We need to get this information out.
      I hope you are just starting with Barclays today, you should give each of them the same treatment.


  • ross1948 00:28 on October 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Barclays, , , Fidelity FundsNetwork, , , Santander,   

    Expat Money Troubles – Who’s To Be Trusted? 

    An English friend here in Jakarta had a terrible time getting his work pension payments transferred here from The Old Country last year.

    Eventually, when he was very ill, and his Indonesian wife was on the phone with the well-known international bank concerned, he shouted loudly –

    ‘If I just die, will that solve the problem?’

    • 'How am I going to check my email now..?'

      ‘How am I going to check my email now..?’


    • Happily, he didn’t die, but one gets the impression from some financial institutions that we overseas customers are truly seen as a mere inconvenience.

    Fidelity FundsNetwork on FCA complaints list

    October 2016

     Fidelity FundsNetwork has been named alongside banking giants Barclays, HSBC and Santander in receiving the most investment-related complaints in the first half of the year.


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    High finance looks down on us mortals?


    And even back in Blighty, the snooty lords of high finance are often fairly cavalier in their dealings with small investors.  

    I myself have had a few run-ins with people in The City who ought to know better than needlessly antagonise a cantankerous retiree of Ulster-Scots descent.

    Sometimes I have won – amazingly, by the simple method of pointing out common-sense solutions which they appear to be incapable of noticing themselves – but if you can’t get it sorted, there’s always the good old advice –

    ‘Write to your MP!’


    Thanks to Cameron’s failure to honour the Tory pledge to give expat Brits their votes back, anyone resident abroad for more than 15 years doesn’t have an MP!

    Still subject to Inland revenue, of course – none of that nonsense about ‘no taxation without representation!’


    • Cameron+and+Home+Secretary+Theresa+May+(L)+walk+through+Terminal+5+during+a+visit+to+UK+Border+Agency+staff


    Will Theresa May prove more honourable than her predecessor?

    Wouldn’t be hard!


    However, there’s another option.

    Here’s the details of the UK Financial Services Ombudsman, the body mentioned in the article above.

    How to complain – Financial Ombudsman Service

    They can’t solve everything, but it’s worth a try.


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    And Canadians in such plights have an equivalent. 

    OBSI – Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments | OBSI

    If expats from countries other than the UK and Canada have similar info for their fellow-citizens, please feel free to send them in as comments.

    • Frank Wharton 03:49 on October 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      No taxation without representation! It’s an old slogan but it’s still a fair demand, and the British Government has some cheek chasing up British expats for taxes when they refuse to give those same people the right to vote.

      I am sure your English friend isn’t the only one to have that kind of trouble and I’m not surprised the ombudsman gets so many complaints about those companies like Fidelity that think once they have your money they can treat you any old way they like.


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