Keith Deeley knew he had PPI attached to finance loan agreements with Lloyds from the past because he remembered the circumstances.
“We were led to believe we had to have it if we were going to get the loans,” he said. “Some of the agreements were over 20 years ago, but I remember the circumstances.”Read More
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has warned that scammers and con-men have ripped off £6 million from UK consumers in just three months.
The total bill for the last 12 months was £775 million.Read More
When Linda Cook was out shopping in Debenhams in the summer of 1985 she was persuaded to take out one of their store cards by the assistant on the till.
Said Linda: “I was sold it on the benefits and discounts I would receive as a store card holder and nothing was mentioned about PPI.Read More
Like thousands of other people Ian Jefford had no idea whether or not he had PPI attached to any of the loans he had taken out with Lloyds in the past.
“I had no proper paperwork,” he said, “but when I saw the TV advert I thought I’d give it a go on their no win no fee terms.”Read More