Gladstone Brookes | SUCCESS STORY – “I thought the fees were reasonable for the amount of work done”

SUCCESS STORY – “I thought the fees were reasonable for the amount of work done”

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With a two-year-old son and another child on the way, conveyancing lawyer Stephen Thomas just didn’t have the time to make his own PPI claim and came to Gladstone Brookes to help him out.

“I know I could have done it myself, but I just couldn’t find the time and I thought the fees were reasonable for the amount of work done.”

No documentation

Like many clients Stephen had no documentation on which to base is claim, but a chat with one of our advisors discovered four loans with HSBC which had PPI attached. Claims were issued on Stephen’s behalf and, after admitting mis-selling, HSBC paid him total compensation of £6,628.63±

He said: “I wasn’t really sure what I would get back because when we started out I didn’t even know for sure if I had PPI attached to anything. Gladstone Brookes did a great job in finding the accounts for me.

Service

“Everyone I spoke to was very professional and provided fantastic service. Nothing was too much trouble and they were able to answer all of the queries I had.”

“I wasn’t really sure what I would get back because when we started out I didn’t even know for sure if I had PPI attached to anything. Gladstone Brookes did a great job in finding the accounts for me”

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Chosen Charity – Motor Neurone Disease

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Chosen charity – Warrington Food Pantry

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