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An estimated 11 million people in the UK pay as much as £300 a year for current accounts that come with added benefits but one in five or these accounts has been mis-sold according to a survey by YouGov. A 'packaged bank account' (sometimes called a fee-paid account or bundled account) is a bank account where you pay a monthly fee to get access to a variety of extras. For example, many packaged bank accounts come with mobile phone insurance, breakdown cover or travel insurance.
Thousands of people have been mis-led, or pressured into paying for a Packaged Bank Account, a product that was either unsuitable or unwanted – sometimes even both.
Are you paying a monthly charge or additional fee on your bank account? If the extras on the account aren’t suitable for you, you were not aware of them or even if you didn’t really want the account then there is a chance that you may have been mis-sold a Packaged Bank Account and you are able to make a claim.
You could be entitled to a refund of all of the monthly fees PLUS 8% interest on top