Damian Shaw had seen the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV many time but never did anything about making his own PPI claim until in 2016 a friend suggested he make the call.
He was unsure how much PPI he may have had attached to agreements in the past and was surprised when his enquiry uncovered it was attached to four loans from Halifax. Following an investigation, the lender agreed he had been mis-sold the policies and paid him £5,334 in compensation.
“It was a great result and I thought that was it, but little did I know there was even more to come,” said Damian.
Another phone call from Gladstone Brookes told him we had discovered PPI attached to three credit cards – two from Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) and the other from Mint.
He said: “I was surprised to get the call and told them to go ahead and make claims on my behalf.
“Both companies admitted I had been mi-sold PPI and I ended up with another £7,480.98± in compensation, making a grand total of £12,814.98!
“The service I received was excellent. I can’t thank you enough for all you have done for me.
“You dealt with everything and kept me in touch at all times, always ready to answer any questions I may have had. I would recommend you to anyone.”
“Both companies admitted I had been mi-sold PPI and I ended up with another £7,480.98± in compensation, making a grand total of £12,814.98!”