Carer Christine Langley wasn’t sure whether or not to make a claim for PPI which she may have been mis-sold on her HSBC loans.
“I kept seeing the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV and kept wondering should I or shouldn’t I? I knew I had PPI on at least some of the loans and it was my sister who finally persuaded me to pick up the phone and start the claim,” she said.Read More
Five successful claims against Lloyds Bank and MBNA have netted former production manager John Morton just over £21,000± – and there’s the possibility of still more to come for him and wife Maureen.
The couple had been thinking of making a claim for mis-sold PPI for some time, but Maureen was worried there might be a lot of hassle involved.Read More
New figures from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) show that Britain’s banks paid out another £327.9 million for mis-sold PPI in July.
That maintains the average £⅓ billion increase each month over the last year and brings the overall total paid out since January 2011 to £20.8 billionRead More
An influential British MP has claimed the Foreign Office should lobby the US government to get them to scrap a £5 billion ($8 billion) fine facing Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS).
Jacob Rees-Mogg, a high profile member of the Treasury Select Committee, says Britain’s diplomats should be trying to get the US financial regulators to stop the litigation against the bank.Read More
Chris North knew he had PPI attached to his credit cards, but while he was working he just didn’t have the time to make a claim.
When retired manager Julian Perkins saw the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV it sparked his curiosity about whether or not he had ever been mis-sold PPI.
“I thought I may have had something on a loan way back. So I went to the big concertina folder I keep all my papers in and, sure enough, there it was,” he said.Read More
Teresa and Gary Willis had been meaning to investigate a possible PPI claim for a long time, but never got round to it.
Said Teresa: “Our lives are so hectic, there was no way we could find the time to do it. We have an electrical installation business and we are also full time carers.Read More
Britain’s high street banks are battening down the hatches as they wait for regulators to decide how hard the Plevin case on PPI mis-selling is going to hit them.
When retired RAF nurse John Millard first contacted Gladstone Brookes it was because he had seen a TV advert back in 2011 and he thought he might have had some PPI mis-sold to him on a loan and a credit card from Lloyds.
He was right and the two claims brought him in a total of £4,902.11±.Read More
Former pottery worker Anne Joseph was shocked when Gladstone Brookes told her they had managed to recover £6,878.62± for her in mis-sold PPI compensation.
“I thought I might get back a couple of hundred if I was lucky. It was a shock to get so much back,” she said.Read More