Mister H 11 | 761 19 Jun 2010 #31And so you'll also know that this includes every other accesion state, its not just a Polish thingIt's not just a Polish thing, but as there are more of them than there are of the others, it's mainly a Polish thing.Tell me how does a normal hard working polish guy run away from a bank system that cooperate inside europe?I don't now and have never worked in McDonalds.Banks do not "co-operate inside Europe". If someone leaves the UK owing money, the bank aren't going to go running after them unless they owe enough to make it worth their while.The most they could probably do is sell the debt to a Polish debt collector, but that would depend on whether or not they knew where the debtor had run off too. Often they just disappear to another part of the UK.A lot of foreigners (including the Polish) come to the UK to rip us off. And the stupid thing is, is that we let them do it.I've spoken to way too many Polish people that owe £1000s on credit cards, loans and overdrafts many don't care. As long as there is enough left on their limit for an Easyjet flight away from it all, they don't bother themselves too much with it. Most pretend that they don't speak English or that say that he/she has gone back to Poland and left their phone behind and they're not the person we're looking for.Most can max a credit card out in six weeks and they all know exactly what they are doing.