CO-OP Packaged Bank Account

Have I Been Mis-sold a Co-Operative Bank Packaged Bank Account?

The Co-operative Bank is a retail bank with its headquarters in the centre of Manchester. The bank was originally established as the Loan and Deposit Department in 1872, this name was changed to The Co-operative bank in 1968. Co-operative offer a range of bank accounts included a selection that comes with a monthly fee. These are known as packaged bank accounts.

Co-operative Bank packaged accounts mostly offer insurance policies for worldwide travel, mobile phone, and gadgets. Depending on the account, UK and European Breakdown Cover may be included. Co-operative Bank packaged accounts include:

CO-OPERATIVE BANK – Packaged Bank Account brand names
  • Privilege Current Account
  • Privilege Premier Current Account

  • Monthly account fees range from £11 to £15.50. However, some people may have been sold these accounts without knowing what the benefits are, or without actually qualifying for the insurance policies.

    If you’re paying a fee for your Co-operative Bank account – check your statements – it may be a packaged bank account. There may be various way in which these bank accounts could have been mis-sold.

    At Packaged Bank Account claims, we operate on a no-win-no-fee basis. So if you’re in any doubt about your packaged account from The Co-operative Bank, call us or complete our inquiry form.

    PBA Contact Form

    • Please enter the Package Bank Account lender?Eg Barclays, HSBC, RBS, LloydsTSB
    • Please provide the following information: *Approx how long you had this account for? * Approx amount you were paying? * Have you ever claim against any of the benefits? * Have you ever submitted a claim before? If so please provide what happened.
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