Gladstone Brookes | SUCCESS STORY – They added the PPI without my knowledge

SUCCESS STORY – They added the PPI without my knowledge

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As a former financial advisor Roger Weaver was almost certain he didn’t have PPI on any of his personal finance agreements.

He said: “I didn’t believe in it and never sold it to my clients so I was highly unlikely to take it on myself. I actually checked with Barclaycard myself and they said I didn’t have any.”

Make sure

But Roger wanted to make sure he had not been mis-sold and so asked Gladstone Brookes to look into things for him.

He said: “Imagine my surprise when they came back and told me that Barclaycard had admitted mis-selling and that I had also been offered compensation by Debenhams, MBNA and Capital One – a total of £14,939.41±!

Service

“Apart from one minor issue that was sorted out, the service has been brilliant and I would recommend them to anyone.”

“Imagine my surprise when they came back and told me that Barclaycard had admitted mis-selling and that I had also been offered compensation by Debenhams, MBNA and Capital One – a total of £14,939.41±!”

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Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to add between £600 million and £900 million to its PPI pot because it fears it won’t have enough to pay out all of the successful claims against it.

RBS – ‘We need to add more money to pay for PPI’

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to add between £600 million and £900 million to its PPI pot because it fears it won’t have enough to pay out all of the successful claims against it.

Lloyds and Barclays to add £3.4 billion extra for PPI?

Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) and Barclays have both announced they may have to add over £1.5 billion extra to their PPI provision to make sure they can pay out on a massive spike of complaints leading up to the claims deadline.

Lloyds and Barclays to add £3.4 billion extra for PPI?

Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) and Barclays have both announced they may have to add over £1.5 billion extra to their PPI provision to make sure they can pay out on a massive spike of complaints leading up to the claims deadline.

PPI News – FCA fears another PPI-type scandal

Britain’s financial regulator is worried that a new recession could provoke another PPI-type scandal with the banks feeling pressure on their main sources of income.

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