PPI? Surely that’s all over and done with – and anyway isn’t the deadline for claims in just a few weeks?
Blog Category: Banking
The great British PPI scandal is finally drawing to a close – 114 days and counting before the August PPI claims deadline – but there are still millions of pounds to be claimed for policies mis-sold over decades.
With less than six months to go before the PPI claims deadline GB continues to win life-changing amounts of money for our clients with top spot for April going to a client who received over £110,000 for three successful claims.
The on-going row about closure of free to use ATMs has stepped up a gear with the revelation that 1,250 started charging fees in March alone.
With just four months to go before the PPI claims deadline Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) have added another £100 million to their PPI compensation pot.
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) is to pay 200,000 customers around £6 million for denying them seven years of interest payments.
One of Britain’s newest banks has just announced it will start to close branches and reduce staff working hours from this summer.
New figures released by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) show that, more than a decade after the first warnings were sounded about the PPI scandal, more than 3.3 million consumers made a new complaint in 2018.
TSB has become the first British bank to commit to refunding any of its 5.2 million customers who fall victim to online fraud.