Lynn Pinkney knew she had taken out a number of loans with Barclays Bank over the years, but couldn’t be sure whether or not PPI had been attached to any of them.
“They were all so long ago I didn’t have any of the documents or anything, but when I saw the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV I decided I would check,” she said.
Lynn gave the advisor what few details she had and the ensuing investigation revealed that not only was PPI attached to her Barclaycard, but it was also attached to nine Barclays loans she had taken out over a number of years.
The firm admitted PPI had been mis-sold on all 10 agreements and paid Lynn a total of £9,199.80± in compensation.
She said: “The service I’ve had has been unbelievable. It’s been second to none. I’ve never known anything like it.
“I don’t recall ever having been told about PPI being added to any of these agreements at the time. I was just given the paperwork to sign and did so. I’m amazed the Gladstone Brookes has been able to recover all this money for me,” she added.
“The firm admitted PPI had been mis-sold on all 10 agreements and paid Lynn a total of £9,199.80± in compensation.”