It’s 16 years since John Bridle was declared lifeless. It was an accident by a financial institution that was to break his enterprise and go away him closely in debt.
In 2004 NatWest financial institution put a “deceased” marker towards his title and his accounts had been frozen. John, who ran a fish and chip store in Petworth, West Sussex, was baffled when funds he had made began to be rejected.
He mentioned: “It’s not clear why NatWest believed I used to be lifeless within the first place, however it admits it made the error. This one act scuppered my plans to start out up a brand new enterprise, pushed me into debt and value me my current enterprise. I’ve not had my very own present account since.
“The primary we knew