Gladstone Brookes | SUCCESS STORY – ‘So professional, pleasant and friendly’

SUCCESS STORY – ‘So professional, pleasant and friendly’

SUCCESS STORY – ‘So professional, pleasant and friendly’

Martin Edwards had been with Lloyds Bank for 40 years, starting his account when he was a boy soldier of 15, and had lots of different loans and other agreements with them, but had no idea whether or not PPI was attached to any of them.

“Then I got a phone call from my sister who told me she had got £60 back after making a claim so I decided it was about time I found out if I was owed anything too,” he said.

Searched

He searched the internet, searching for someone to help him make a claim and decided on Gladstone Brookes.

“I like the look of the site right away as it gave me the information I needed in a clear and easy to understand format so I called and was guided through the process to make my claims. I must say I have never dealt with a better company – so professional, pleasant and friendly.’

Claims

After chatting to an advisor, Martin made claims on a series of loans with Lloyds and a Halifax mortgage.

Following an investigation both companies agreed the PPI had been mis-sold on all the accounts and Martin received a total of £20,714.39± in compensation.

“I had no idea I was owed so much money,” said a delighted Martin. “The annoying thing is that it was with a bank where I had been a customer for 40 years, ever since I opened my first ever bank account.”

” I must say I have never dealt with a better company – so professional, pleasant and friendly”

Chosen Charity – Motor Neurone Disease

Gemma Edwards had been feeling ill for almost a year with slurred speech and extreme tiredness before she was finally diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

Chosen Charity – Motor Neurone Disease

Gemma Edwards had been feeling ill for almost a year with slurred speech and extreme tiredness before she was finally diagnosed with motor neurone disease.

Chosen charity – Warrington Food Pantry

It’s hard to believe that in 21st Century Britain there are families so strapped for cash that they can’t even afford to put food on the table. Or that they have to rely on the generosity of others just to keep going.

Chosen charity – Warrington Food Pantry

It’s hard to believe that in 21st Century Britain there are families so strapped for cash that they can’t even afford to put food on the table. Or that they have to rely on the generosity of others just to keep going.

Banks are trying to block new PPI claims

A national newspaper is claiming the Britain’s banks are trying to block a wave of new PPI claims.

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