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Started by: 123kingarthur
On: 10/10/2017 | 11:18
Replies: 21
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by: 123kingarthur
on: 10/10/2017 | 11:18

I keep being asked to see if I am due any money from PPI   from  morgages etc, is it safe to do so?

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by: goonerx2
on: 10/10/2017 | 11:39
If you previously been mis-sold PPI don't respond to any national company you can do it yourself and don't lose out financially in the end.
Message 2 of 22
by: frenchielove
on: 10/10/2017 | 11:42

These people are not to be trusted @123kingarthur if you have taken out PPI, then you will know, and can claim yourself without paying anyone 🤗

Message 3 of 22
by: baconbutty
on: 10/10/2017 | 11:45

Just tell em to PP off.

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Message 4 of 22
by: 123kingarthur
on: 10/10/2017 | 12:14
frenchielove Yes, thank you They say it is free, but I feel that it is to good to be true. The trouble is I do not know what my husband did and he always said that the children and I would be ok if he was not around.
They say that they get the information and then it is up to me to do it alone or with them.
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by: rik_mos
on: 10/10/2017 | 12:20

Just go to the bank or do it from their website, I googled ppi lloyds and got a link. I just filled in a form they sent and got more than double what I thought I should (not a fortune but I didn't expect to get anything to be honest). 

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by: 123kingarthur
on: 10/10/2017 | 12:25
@ rik-mos Oh this is so kind of you, I will do this. I did not know how to do it . Thank You so much xx
Message 7 of 22
by: rik_mos
on: 10/10/2017 | 12:27 edited: 10/10/2017 | 12:28

@123kingarthur I'm sure I never paid anywhere near what I got back but apparently some is compensation as well?

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by: c_lockett
on: 10/10/2017 | 12:41
My neighbours have had quite abit back. They knew they had some PPI, but when the company dealing with it looked into it they found even more PPI my neighbours hadn't known about. Needless to say my neighbours were very Happy.
The problem I've got is most of things we had were in my late husband name and although I know he had PPI these companies will not look into it for me. I cant recall all the things we had so I've no way of checking. It grieves me that this is money that belonged to my late husband and that the banks and probably other financial institutions will be keeping it.
Message 9 of 22
by: surreypete
on: 10/10/2017 | 15:25 edited: 10/10/2017 | 15:39

Do it yourself, I just did, I had two old credits cards and decided I should chase them up about PPI, one I got an answer on in a little over 2 weeks, they then sent a cheque in the post, I got just shy of 3 grand back, the other one is ongoing, they seem a little more reluctant so I will have to keep chasing them

https://www.resolver.co.uk/

I used that, it's been set up with help from moneysaving expert, they email the company and keep track of your claim, do not use a company they will take about 30% of any money you are awarded and you can do it yourself

Moneysaving expert also have a check your credit history and score club set up, I'm not sure of the link but I'll try and find it, I used it as I couldn't remember exactly what accounts I had, it showed the exact dates I had taken out, paid off and cancelled my old credit cards and all repayments I made during that period

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