Banks and Financial Institutions that have been Fined To Date! 
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ACTION GROUPS specific to various banks and lenders, such as Natwest / RBS are available to join below; simply click on the Group button to join. If your lender or bank is not listed, you can ask action4justice to create a new button via the CREATE A GROUP button. This will contact our team at action4justice on our action4justice Face-book page and we will create a specific Action Group.    
You have probably landed on this page because at some time, past or present, you have been a victim of bank fraud, miss selling or wrongdoing on the part of a bank.   Specifically, this area of Action4justice (A4J) is for anyone who has suffered unfair banking, wrongdoing or plain and simple fraud at the hands of RBS Bank (Royal Bank of Scotland). Invariably things go wrong in business and banking is no exception.  Sometimes mistakes occur, other times a customer may be deliberately misled, misinformed or simply defrauded of their money. Whatever the reason, the bank has a duty of care towards its customers to investigate any such problems and rectify matters within a reasonable time frame.   Increasingly, Action4justice is learning that very many customers have lost their money, businesses and even homes at the hands of banking mistakes, unscrupulous bankers and outright fraud. RBS bank is no exception and we currently represent some 120+ RBS bank customers who have lost businesses, homes and fortunes yet have had no redress, compensation or fair treatment. Following repossessions and financial hardship they have been left with no avenue of redress or ability to get fair treatment via the courts.

Our groups’ collective losses now run into hundreds of £millions causing severe

consequences for the victims and their families.  

Many victims have been fighting RBS Bank for many years and their fight is still ongoing. The website offers a common meeting place for a community of victims specific to a named bank.  Victims specific to other banks also come together on similar group pages to form a powerful community of victims with similar issues. The website team then exchanges information between the groups forming one large community of like- minded people who simply seek justice for the wrongdoing done to them.  As the groups grow in numbers the collective power of combined groups is beginning to affect the way the banks respond. An individual victim remains powerless against the big corporate banks but a collective of groups with hundreds of members poses a formidable challenge to force the big banks to do the right thing Do you need people to support you? Come and join our community - Contact us Today Action4Justice Team

A4J Natwest / RBS Victim’s Page

There is Safety In Numbers we must Making a Stand for the next Generation
Finding your voice standing up for Justice, Action 4 justice fighting Banking Fraud for banking victims
A message from a RBS group Member  Hi My Name is J Farmer I have been fighting the bank for sometime now. We are a group of RBS Victims seeking justice and financial compensation for the Banks wrongdoings  RBS/NatWest is the bank that was bailed out by the taxpayer in 2008.   Run by sales-orientated executives, some unqualified in banking, it was reported to have made multiple poor decisions culminating in its collapse. The disgraced Chief Executive, Fred Goodwin, was eventually stripped of his knighthood. RBS was also fined for widespread misconduct in rigging Libor rates.   Small business customers (SMEs) also complained about mistreatment at this time – hiked rates, hiked fees, foreclosures on viable companies, calls on personal guarantees, evictions, job losses and bank acquisition of valuable property.  Complaints were met with aggressive denials by RBS/NatWest.  Some bank victims have spent years in being passed through hoops of ineffectual regulatory authorities. Many give up the unequal fight with the bank in the courts.    What these businesses and individuals didn’t know from the start was that they were not alone.  There are many of us.   RBS/NatWest have ceased to deny that they were mistreating their customers. But many complaints have not been resolved.  The current financial climate may lead to many more.   This support group aims to share expertise and knowledge to counter mistreatment by the bank. You are welcome to join us.