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I urge you all to look at PPI and any claim you can make.

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You don't need one of these so called specialist firms to do it.

I have received an offer of £4221 from M&S in the post this morning.

All it took was a letter asking for my original signed application and then a claim form.

I started the process on 30th October and received my offer today for the cost of some paper and a couple of recorded delivery envelopes.

I am still waiting to hear from a couple of other lenders but what a fantastic start to the weekend.

chunkydunky27 Sun 16-Nov-14 16:16:18

I just got a PPI claim back from Welcome Finance - £3500 in total for a £5000 loan.

I went into arrears a few years ago and have been in debt management from 2010. But this still upheld - £1900 of the PPI went on clearing the balance and the extra £1600 came to me!

Just filled in my forms for Ulsterbank and Barclays as well - you don't ask, you don't get!

Shakey1500 Wed 05-Nov-14 21:13:05

YES! 2years and 8 months after first posting on this thread, the ombudsman has upheld my complaint against PPI mis-selling on my overdraft. I had a previous claim against loan PPi that was also upheld a year ago.

Just to wait for Barclays to make the offer now grin

It'll be interesting though because the ombudsman's letter states that Barclays have indicated they MAY not have all my records (it dates back to 1999). If the do find all my records they'll be able to repay me an accurate amount. If not they will pay me "the average amount paid to similar claims" which apparently, the Ombudsman agree is a fair approach. Now, I reckon I know roughly what I'm owed..watch this space for what I'm actually offered smile

dell13 Thu 28-Aug-14 16:00:49

who do i contact about claiming back ppi dorothy perkins store card.
Don't want to go though these ppi companies ,want to do it myself.
many thanks

martinespacey Mon 04-Aug-14 13:03:43

When we moved our mortgage to Bradford and Bingley we were told we had to take a policy out with Scottish Provident and to be honest it was not until we came to pay our mortgage off that we realised it was still in place as we did have other policies with them. To be honest we never thought we needed it and as we thought we never did as my husband had been in work continuous for many years and I had returned to work after a family gap. We were paying £21.23 pm over a 10 year period and we would like to know if there is a claim there for any miss-selling. Of course the Bradford and Bingley are no longer in business and we had already moved our mortgage to the Yorkshire prior to this occurrence so not sure were if anywhere we stand. Can anyone advise?

Regards

yanasmommy Wed 30-Jul-14 15:45:59

Hi

I came across this thread when I was going through my PPI stuff and thought I share this - in case anyone else is looking for help / advice on how to claim their PPI etc

If you are looking at claiming PPI have a look at the financial ombudsman website they help with financial issues they are an independent body. They were very helpful

Hope this helps!

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SnowBells Tue 15-Apr-14 01:19:16

I got offered just a little over £2k from Halifax which is great. It was just the letter though. Still waiting for the cheque (which should come within 28 days of the letter).

ginmakesitallok Mon 14-Apr-14 17:42:12

We've just been offered £5,500 from Halifax, and there are 2 more complaints outstanding. Has come at a good time, didn't even have to complete the questionnaire. It sat around the house for ages (lots going on, never got round to finishing it off), they called me, 10 minute conversation. So easy. Woo Hoo!

matthahn Tue 01-Apr-14 15:22:06

I got £396.48 smile

matthahn Mon 31-Mar-14 11:12:16

Someone on this thread said a minimum of £200 for inconvenience but maybe that's not right. Yeah you are right better than nothing

Shakey1500 Sat 29-Mar-14 17:21:40

How much did you think the minimum was? Not heard of that to be honest. Still almost €150 is better than nothing smile smile

matthahn Sat 29-Mar-14 13:25:09

I thought there was a minimum compensation payout as well. Doesn't look like I'll get much

Shakey1500 Fri 28-Mar-14 20:48:01

About £145.40 smile smile

matthahn Thu 27-Mar-14 17:45:16

Hello can anyone help me out here. My loan was for 2.5k for 1 year.

the PPI was £15 per month for 9 months as i paid off the loan 3 months early.

Can anyone work out for me how much I can expect to receive. I did the claim myself and it was with Lloyds back. Thanks

themoneyone Tue 11-Mar-14 16:19:46

Quick question - does this only apply to loans, ccs and mortgages in the last 6 years or can I claim for every one I've ever had??

Dibble75 Fri 07-Mar-14 13:02:03

I made a claim with Lloyd's in August 2012 whilst on Mat Leave I didn't expect any money back imagine the suprise I had when I came home from hospital to a letter offering me £12,000!
I'm now waiting on a decision on my £4000 credit card from Lloyd's. Fingers crossed I get this as it'll go towards my kids first holiday

V1kk1j Fri 31-Jan-14 20:19:45

Hi,has anybody sent a claim to the fos for a HSBC loan and they have upheld it?we have just received this letter and wondered if HSBC are likely to send more evidence and disagree with what the fos have said.This has been going on for over 15 months now.

Fantastic new, boschy, good for you!

boschy Wed 29-Jan-14 16:08:41

UPDATE!!! I've written to about 6 firms, most of whom seem to now be Santander, had 5 fuck off letters - and today got one offering us £7k on PPI for our first mortgage which we took out 30 years ago!

YAY!! go for it people, keep going, its so worth it!

boschy Wed 27-Nov-13 13:24:35

I've just read the entire thread... so many good stories. I am about to start filling in the forms for each and every financial product we've had in the last 30 years or so... but a few questions, if anyone can help:

1. I've got the MSE claim form; do I need a covering letter as well? and if so do I just say "here's my form, please look into it"?

2. I dont actually know which products we did/didnt have PPI on - write to them all just in case?

3. where companies have changed hands... who do you write to? is it a case of googling their original name and trying to find out?

4. is the same PPI form applicable for life insurance/endownments/pensions/store cards/car finance?

many many thanks if anyone can answer these!

dazworld Wed 20-Nov-13 13:28:54

Hi,

These posts are so inspirational.

I had 2 egg loans from 2001 (£5k), 2004 (£8k) and PPI was added on both loans (as I have the paperwork stating 'PPI' and the PPI amount which would be charged).

But I cannot remember whether I completed an online application form (with pre-ticed PPI) or it was by telephone for either loan.
I don't know if Citibank (who now deal with egg loan PPI claims) has any record of how PPI was chosen - online or telephone - pre-ticked online or not.

Could you please help? As I know I paid PPI I'm keen on getting it refunded to me but want to make sure I complete the application correctly.

Any help gladly received!!!

Just had a no from Lloyds. So off to the Ombudsman I guess. Am gutted, that would have been a lifesaver.

minibmw2010 Sat 16-Nov-13 20:11:36

My credit cards were more than 5 heads ago.

SolidGold Sat 16-Nov-13 19:35:31

Thanks for the info here. Didn't know mortgages were included - will dig out the paperwork and see when it was. Think it was over five years ago - is it still worth trying?

minibmw2010 Tue 12-Nov-13 20:21:46

I'm sorry, I would be too scared to spend it because if they do come back to you for it they'll want it straight away ...

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