Violet Adams wasn’t sure whether or not she had PPI attached to her Evans store card because the statements she came across when clearing out her attic referred to a monthly payment for account cover.
“I didn’t put the two together at first, but then I realised I had been paying about £15 a month for years and decided to check things out,” she said.
Violet had seen the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV but decided to check up online. After reading testimonials from previous clients who had been successful with store card claims she decided to make her claims and spoke to an advisor by phone. Not only was the subsequent investigation able to confirm that ‘account cover’ was PPI, but PPI was also found attached to her Burton store card and her Barclaycard too. All three firms admitted the PPI had been mis-sold and Violet received total compensation of £14,968.25±.
“The service was great and the staff were really helpful. I would not have been able to do it on my own,” said Violet.
I was more than a little surprised at the amount of money involved. I had no idea it would be that much,” she added.
“All three firms admitted the PPI had been mis-sold and Violet received total compensation of £14,968.25±.”