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 Just filled in SOA, got my court date 28th March
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Posted - 16 March 2011 :  09:44:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just phoned Co-op again as my decision had been referred, speaking to them they said I need to phone back in a couple of days as due to my bankruptcy (I did mention to them I was declaring this 28th March) this is why - has anybody has this problem?

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Posted - 16 March 2011 :  10:00:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is strange. I phoned co-op to open an account and they were most helpful. I told them I was about to go bankrupt and they were fine opening my account. Its up and running now. I wonder if there's other reason for the delay?
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Posted - 16 March 2011 :  10:15:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I think it could possibly be I'm not on the electoral register? I've phoned for the forms yesterday and when I send them back they told me I'd be on the register in a couple of days, so maybe that?
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Posted - 16 March 2011 :  11:07:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If you are not on the electoral roll then you will be referred as they will want proof of identity.

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