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PPI News – GB Top 20 payouts for July 2020

GB Top 20 payouts for July 2020

Gladstone Brookes clients are continuing to receive life-changing sums of money as compensation for PPI they were mis-sold.

Almost a year after the PPI claims deadline in August last year the Top 20 received over £¾ million in redress before fees and taxes.

Top payout was £105,421.94 with a single claim against a Lloyds credit card and the top three all received more than £50,000.

According to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) the overall payout figure for claims between January 2011 and December 2019 is £38.3 billion with payments continuing to top £⅓ billion a month.

GB’s Top 20 are:

CHOSEN CHARITY – Salvation Army Christmas Homeless Appeal

Homelessness and rough sleeping are dreadful things to deal with at any time of the year, but as Christmas approaches and the weather turns colder the need for somewhere warm and safe to live becomes even more intense and urgent for thousands of vulnerable people across the country.

CHOSEN CHARITY – Salvation Army Christmas Homeless Appeal

Homelessness and rough sleeping are dreadful things to deal with at any time of the year, but as Christmas approaches and the weather turns colder the need for somewhere warm and safe to live becomes even more intense and urgent for thousands of vulnerable people across the country.

CHOSEN CHARITY – Warrington Disability Partnership

The Covid-19 pandemic has created major fund raising problems for charities throughout the UK with all normal activities and events put on hold because of national and local lockdown restrictions.

CHOSEN CHARITY – Warrington Disability Partnership

The Covid-19 pandemic has created major fund raising problems for charities throughout the UK with all normal activities and events put on hold because of national and local lockdown restrictions.

CHOSEN CHARITY – Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Emma Shaw didn’t need to think twice about who she would nominate as one of our chosen charities because Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham saved her mum’s life.

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