See if you can claim back your bank fees and charges today

If you have paid a monthly fee or had benefits such as phone insurance or breakdown cover for your current account with any of the below banks in the past 6 years you may be due compensation averaging £1200

Civil Claim Services

Compensation averaging £1200 plus with these banks

• Halifax 

• Barclays

• Lloyds TSB 

• RBS Royalties Gold 

• Clydesdale Bank 

• Natwest 

• Co-Operative bank 

• Yorkshire Bank

How long does it take?

Claims take approximately 8 weeks with original bank paperwork and 12 weeks without, though time-scales may vary dependent upon the lender.

How it Works

Fill out the below form and we will get to work on your claim straight away. We will most likely need to speak to you afterwards to proceed so have your phone ready!

Benefits of using us

Important: Any data you provide is 100% confidential and will not be shared with third parties.

If you have and do not tell us a £120 fee will apply.

Please note our Standard fee is 30% including vat.

Award amount (gross) Our fee @30% inclusive of VAT
£10000 £3000
£3000 £900
£1000 £300

There is a £120 fee for each case we run that has already been paid out so make us aware if you have had a pay-out previously.

Claims take approximately 8 weeks

We do just need you to provide your account numbers

All data supplied below is highly confidential and will not be shared with any third parties. No bank paperwork required for loans and credit card as our 30 year history check will search for your old PPI records.

You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) or Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for free if you wish them to review your case, if you have already approached your lender first and if it falls within their remit you can appeal to the FOS too. Where Civil Claim Services Ltd refers your case to FOS/FSCS, we will not charge any extra for such services.

You can of course call us on freephone 0800 8620 605 to find out more or order your no obligation claim forms using the capture boxes on this page.