Frequently Asked Questions
You’ll be joining a community that wishes to fundamentally change the financial system in this country, by taking power and control away from unaccountable financial institutions and giving it back to the people, whether that is by keeping bank branches open or ensuring a bill is passed to give everyone a legal right to a bank account.
Through our various campaigns, we help those directly affected by the issues we highlight, such as debanking, bank branches being closed and an increasingly cashless society
To send us individual stories that you believe deserve significant attention, please use the contact form here.
By signing up to Account Closed you will be kept up to date with all of our campaigns. We may in the future hold events or bring in volunteers, by signing up you will be the first to find out.
A practice where financial institutions, often influenced by political pressures or misguided regulatory policies, unfairly cut off individuals or businesses from essential financial services. This can be seen as an overreach, infringing upon the freedoms and rights of those who may hold unpopular or non-mainstream views, thereby threatening the principles of free speech and free market operations.
We appreciate this can be a stressful and tiring experience. We have documented various steps you can take here. Please register an account with us to access.
Don't Kill Cash
We fundamentally support the right for cash to remain in use. Please click here to find out how you can bring awareness and attempt to reverse this change.
In this case, a subject access request may not be applicable as a SAR can only be requested by an individual or a third party on behalf of an individual. A limited company cannot request a SAR. However, a SAR can be submitted in the name of a director who can ask for relevant information held.