SUCCESS STORY – ‘I was very impressed with the service’

SUCCESS STORY – ‘I was very impressed with the service’

SUCCESS STORY – ‘I was very impressed with the service’

Now in her 80s Brenda Oliver wasn’t sure whether or not she had PPI, but thought that she may have taken it on some time in the past.

“Then I saw an advert for Gladstone Brookes on the TV and thought I’d give it a go just in case there was something,” she said.

Mis-sold

GB’s Free PPI Check** revealed that the insurance was attached to her Barclays overdraft, a Monsoon store card and another store card from Santander.

After Brenda decided to make a formal claim, all three firms admitted the PPI had been mis-sold and she received a total of £2,638± in compensation.

She said: “I was really surprised at how much I got back. I’m a pensioner and really needed it.

I was also very impressed with the service, particularly with the way they told me about the tax payable on what I got which enabled me to contact the taxman and get a £195 rebate!

““Everything was very professional and they made it effortless for me which I was grateful for because at the start I had no idea what I was doing or getting into.””

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.

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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