I see that, not content with topping the FOS's list of shame, Lloyds has also topped the list of shame published by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
The FSA report that Lloyds received more than 280,000 complaints in the first six months of 2010.
Barclays received 259,266, and Santander 244,978.
Well done lads!
Lloyds are unapologetic, they claim that its their size that generates the volume of complaints and note that the complaints came from less than 1% of their 30 million customers.
So that's alright then!
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) also tried to weasel out of the criticism, the BBC quote them:
"The banking industry welcomes greater transparency but is concerned that the separate publication of complaints data by the Ombudsman and the regulator could lead to data overload. What should be a useful overall summary could become a complex and confusing exercise."