BANKS are facing compensation claims of up to £30 million from Scots customers hit by "unfair, immoral and unethical" fees controversially added to their mortgages.
BANKS are facing compensation claims of up to £30 million from Scots customers hit by \"unfair, immoral and unethical\" fees controversially added to their mortgages.
mike DAILLY: 'It is a simple case of fairness.'
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The penalties were incurred as a result of failed repossession actions by lenders against struggling mortgage holders.
Legal experts and consumer rights campaigners are now battling on behalf of an estimated 7500 affected householders who have been landed with what they see as unjustified legal fees, typically ranging from £3000 to £5000.
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