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Missing emails

I suspect I've had some emails lost - so far I've received no emails asking for my NatWest banking login details needed to release the delayed payments in to my account!
jelv (a.k.a Spoon Whittler)
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Re: Missing emails

You will probably find them in your sandwich box , complete with curly edges, as per british rail standard spam sandwich  Cheesy
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Re: Missing emails

@jelv, I've had several emails from NatWest telling me what a wonderful job they're making of resolving their current issues.
Wish I was a shareholder, then I could call for Steven H\ester's head on a plate, Oh but then in common with the rest of the countries taxpayers I suppose I am a shareholder Sad
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Re: Missing emails

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as per british rail standard spam sandwich  Cheesy

You just had to say it didn't you  Smiley
I can't help but wonder... was that on the buffet car or the platform cafe when they still existed? I have fond memories of both as a child in the early 80s - a can of fizzy drink and a packet of crisps was my weekly treat from which ever was open (yes we had a buffet car on a branch line at the weekends!)
As for RBS I got just one email last night telling me of the measures they're taking to fix things and it was genuine because it came via a disposable address that only RBS have. Imagine the outroar now if Mr Hester had accepted his bonus last year! I certainly hope he doesn't accept it the next time because he certainly doesn't deserve it and nor do his 'best in tbe business' staff that he had to 'find'. RBS is proving to be very good at two things: Destroying the UK economy and destroying the banking system - quite literally. He had to find the best people in the business? - What a load of rubbish.
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Re: Missing emails

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I suspect I've had some emails lost - so far I've received no emails asking for my NatWest banking login details needed to release the delayed payments in to my account!

Panic over - the email inviting me to log in to my NatWest Online Banking arrived at 10:30 Cheesy
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Re: Missing emails

My genuine emails from NatWest apologising and informing me that its branches would be open for additional hours over the past weekend arrived yesterday (Monday) via PlusNet service.
The email included my surname, partial postcode and did not ask for any information.

Perhaps all the phishing emails are also being delayed.