Butcher John Duggan first came to Gladstone Brookes in 2012 with a number of claims against Lloyds Bank and ended up with £3,661.24 in compensation.
He was pleased to get the money back for mis-sold PPI on a number of loans and thought that was the end of it – but it wasn’t.Read More
When retired psychiatric nurse Roger Enskat first came to Gladstone Brookes in June of 2014 he had two claims for mis-sold PPI on credit cards from Mint and the Co-operative Bank.
The Mint claim was settled with a payment of £3,049.61 in less than 8 weeks, but the Co-op rejected the claim against them, saying they did not believe the PPI had been mis-sold.Read More
When Karen Whitelaw first contacted Gladstone Brookes in 2012 she had just lost her clerical job with the NHS and money had suddenly become very tight.
“I saw the advert on TV and even though I wasn’t sure whether or not I had PPI I decided to ask them if they could find out,” 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
Security officer Stephen Lester nearly didn’t make his claim for mis-sold PPI, but he’s glad he came to Gladstone Brookes to get it sorted out.
Said Stephen: “Last April a good friend told me he’d got some money back, so I decided I was going to do something about it. I wrote to the bank to get the ball rolling. I couldn’t believe the amount of paperwork they sent back. They must have destroyed a rain forest!”Read More
Derek Graham first sought Gladstone Brookes’ help in claiming back mis-sold PPI in 2011 and had two successful claims against credit cards with £2,381 recovered from Lloyds and £1,168.33 from Citifinancial.
“I decided to make a claim when I saw the advert on the TV because, like many people, I’d taken out a number of loans when I was younger and even though I told them I didn’t want the PPI they told me I had to have it or the loan would not be approved.Read More
Former warehouse operative William Cundall remembers getting a letter from Lloyds Bank telling him he had PPI attached to some loans he had taken out with them but was bamboozled by the number of forms he received.
Said William: “The letter suggested that I could make a claim for mis-sold PPI direct with them, but there was so much paperwork I couldn’t handle it and ended up putting it in a drawer.”Read More