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SUCCESS STORY – It was life-changing!

SUCCESS STORY – It was life-changing!

Linda Dawber had no idea whether or not she had ever taken out PPI because her husband dealt with all the couple’s financial matters.

But after he unfortunately passed away, one of Linda’s friends suggested she should check out the possibility in case she was owed some money.

Found PPI

Said Linda: “My friend had made her own successful claim and suggested I should give it a try too.

I had no idea whether or not I had any money to come, but contacted Gladstone Brookes and they found PPI had been attached to my Barclays mortgage and two Marks & Spencer loans.”

Linda decided to make a formal claim and both firms admitted the PPI had been mis-sold resulting in payment of a total of £30,701.33± in compensation.

Life-changing

“It was a life-changing sum of money,” said Linda “And it arrived just before Christmas,

““The service I had was excellent – 100% perfect all the way through.””

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