Jackie Ellis wasn’t sure whether she had ever been mis-sold PPI on any of the finance agreements she had signed up to in the past, but when she saw an advert for a free PPI check on Facebook she decided to have a go and find out.
“The advert mentioned store cards and I knew I had some of them so I decided to give it a go,” she said.
The inquiry was passed to Gladstone Brookes and Jackie pursued her claim after our free PPI check service found PPI attached to an Evans store card. The firm admitted the PPI had been mis-sold and paid Jackie £1,321.20± compensation.
“It was a nice surprise to get the money because I had no idea it was due to me. It was a bonus.
The service was brilliant – completely hassle free – and I will have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Gladstone Brookes to my friends and family.”
“The advert mentioned store cards and I knew I had some of them so I decided to give it a go”