It explains that customers will not normally be consulted for approval, unless the payment exceeds ??1,000.??National Savings & Investments regrets that it has taken a few weeks to resolve your case,??but says cases have to be thoroughly examined.A spokeswoman says it looks at all the evidence to confirm that theft and fraud have taken place, not just the signatures.??Other information considered will be whether the pass book is still seo in sydney being used after a customer has reported the theft.
She adds that she has never heard of a case where a pass book has been stolen and all the forged signatures looked authentic.??It is reimbursing you in full. NS&I adds that it can provide accurate information only on questions relating to its products ??? not the Post Offices. The figures are representative of five months of collecting and enforcing tax and license requirements. Decatur City Council, as expected, passed a water-rate increase Monday by 3-2, but not before a long debate in which utility officials said the city could lose control of its Water Department.
Those wanting to get their foot on the property ladder are likely to have been shocked by??recent research from the Halifax bank calculating that first-time buyers need a deposit of more than ??34,000 to buy a typical first property in London.??The same report also reveals that buyers in the South-west have to put down nearly ??18,000, while more than ??13,500 is required in East Anglia.
But theres no need to panic: it is possible to buy a property with a smaller deposit. Martin Ellis,??group economist at Halifax, says the figures are based on the banks own lending and are??the average deposits received from first-time buyers. In Halifaxs experience.first-timers have an average of 20 per cent of the prop- ertys value to put down, yet saving a 5 per cent deposit is hard enough for many people.