Excess mileage charges may be payable at the end of The Personal Contract Purchase (PPC) agreements, but only in certain circumstances. In particular, if you decide to return the vehicle to Santander Consumer Finance at the end of your agreement and if you have exceeded your agreed mileage limit. In such cases, one pence per mile is applied to the number of miles around which you have exceeded your limit. The rate of pence per mile is defined at the beginning of your agreement and clearly stated in your contract documentation. No, this is only possible in exceptional circumstances. Talk to a member of our customer service team if you would like to discuss this further. Please note that contractual transfers are subject to an account management fee. I opened an account with them less than… I opened an account with them less than 3 weeks ago, remember that I have already customered in the past with them for a year and I decided to close the account because they never wanted to upgrade my account, this to 2013, now my father and I bet in a casino Ladbrokes, we won 2,600 euros on his account What happened , he sent me 1000 dollars, then I deposited 20 dollars on the Sunvegas casino and earned 2000 dollars that I cashed in for the anti-money laundering method, so my Santander card, which I contacted yesterday, was contacted and told me that they had blocked my account for 80 days, that I had time to contact Cifas, that there was apparently a fraud under my name that I did not know , and I don`t even know what that would mean. “For this reason, I asked for proof of the source,Wich I now need to give my father account balance nationally, which he has been banking since 2013 and a statement of sun vegas on my 2000 dollars profit, where they can see and check any money are legitimate, so I think they want to withdraw money from customers during this pandemic , by Ain`t rich customers,I have brought all the Wich evidence I will bring to the subsidiary and ready to complain and seek redress because they cause me financial problems simply because I have had this brand of fraud, without there being any suspicious transaction in or out of my account.
Please note that banks and businesses in England are no longer doing their right thing. If your policy is governed by the Consumer Credit Act or if your claim relates to an insurance product related to your account, you have the right to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman. If you are a small to medium-sized company, you can also file your complaint.