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

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gregssausageroll Sat 14-Jan-12 09:04:12

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.

t0lk13n Fri 09-Nov-12 18:03:42

I rang nationwide as they have repLiedand have been turned down again. They didnt send me all the paper work I asked for and she kept saying she understood my anger and frustration . when i said she didn`t unless she was having problems with her mortgage provider she said that she can understand as she deals with lots of people going through the same thing. Whilst I didn`t swear I was very vociferous. She basically told me that because we felt it was a hard sell and were advised in branch it was heresay and therefore couldn`t base anything on what mighjt have been said. She also said FOS will only act on evidence they send them! I told her I had to end the call as she was getting on my nerves. So basically they can tell you anything when selling you a product as it was heresay!!! I ALSO ASKED FOR HER MANAGER OR HER IMMEDIATE BOSS` name AND SHE WOULDN'T...SAID HE WAS ON HOLIDAY! I have only just calmed down two hrs later.

hopefullclaimer Sat 10-Nov-12 16:20:26

Well guys n gals not been on for a while so well done to ev1 who won their cases since i last was on xx
Had a phone call from lloyds about credit card last fri offering £277ish and would it be ok to take my bank details as im no longer with them and they would put it in there money was in nxt day smile lady also said she was dealing with my loan claim and would eing me bk so spent the nxt few days with the phone stapled to my hand lol
Anyhow monday afternoon the phonecall came and they would be refunding me ova £6000 yayyyyy money was in my bank by tues aft

t0lk13n Sun 11-Nov-12 00:36:01

I am not winning with Nationwide so I will now be writing to FOS, although the woman dealing with my claim says FOS will use same info Nationwide used - I felt she was saying don't bother as you won`t win!

minibmw2010 Sun 11-Nov-12 09:29:06

I'm sure they'd say that, it's only the cost of a letter to you ... Far more to them potentially, persevere smile

t0lk13n Sun 11-Nov-12 13:52:43

I am! ThIS thread has given me momentum...diolch all grin

wheremommagone Sun 11-Nov-12 19:58:46

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Mummysprincess Thu 15-Nov-12 23:33:24

Please help
I made a claim with HSBC for my old credit card nearly 12 weeks ago now and the only letter from HSBC I had was to say that they had received my complaint and it would take up to 8 weeks. This is now up and I have heard nothing :0(
Has anyone else claimed on a HSBC Gold credit card with PPI ??
What shall I do next ?

sallywebber Fri 16-Nov-12 00:09:26

I started a PPI claim against HSBC about 6 weeks ago, everything seems to be ok I got in touch with them through this ppi advice site:

did you write to the Coventry address?

Silverswan1964 Sat 17-Nov-12 10:07:02

If a policy has got unemployment cover on it and it says not for self employed is this a reason to claim ppi if I was self employed i took the loan over the phone but I have signed when they sent me the paperwork any help will be appreciated thank you

Silverswan1964 Sat 17-Nov-12 10:11:10

Sorry didn't say I have signed the agreement for the loan but the ppi was in there also one premium payment they lent me and intrest on it I think

unity156 Sun 18-Nov-12 00:52:58

hi silverswan i think you will have a good chance of winning your claim due to the premium of insurance being front loaded. this seems to be a big no no so the banks pay out better when the premium was front loaded.
im battling with lloyds at moment over credit card ppi, they say they have no record of me having ppi on the card!! funny how i have most of the credit card statements all with ppi payments on them. Ive sent copies back and will now have to wait for their reply!!! cant say they didnt miss sell me it if they have no record of me having it!!??

AmIGoingMad Sun 18-Nov-12 11:23:54

Just seen the post about getting an experience report to check if ppi was on loan- will it have that info? Or is it better to do one of those SAR things- not that I'm entirely sure what that is! I can't find my documents and HSBC 'can't locate' them as I've mentioned in thread I started before finding this gem! Any advice? I'm nearly certain I had ppi on the graduate loan that I had and that I was under impression I had to have it to get loan. Just have no way of physically checking at the moment! Must be better with filing in the future! blush

AmIGoingMad Sun 18-Nov-12 11:24:25

Experian not experience!

hopefullclaimer Sun 18-Nov-12 15:46:56

Silverswan. If u did this over the phone then filled in paperwork at home they could turn rnd and say it was misbought rather than miss sold as there was no one there at time of sale
Unity they did that with me so i sent statements off showing ppi they then took their time replying bk so after a very colourfull email to the ppi ppl it was sorted in 10 days and i got £100 extra compo as they said it was their fault as they hadnt passed the statements on

hopefullclaimer Sun 18-Nov-12 16:20:43

Amigoingmad, i checked with them in feb and none of the ones i claimed for was on there as it only went bk 6 yrs. If u nip over to moneysavingexpert site thete is a template SAR letter to use and remember to ask for all info they hold for u not just info regarding a loan or credit card

AmIGoingMad Sun 18-Nov-12 19:49:52

Thank you- I'll get onto that and also fill out one of the questionnaires to send to HSBC to get the ball rolling! Thanks again!

SH05GVY Thu 22-Nov-12 19:17:06

Hey Unity, Glad to see that your still hard at it hun grin.

Claim upheld from Blackhorse today but deducting tax from the 8% compensatory figure. They say I will have to claim it back from HMRC. Does anyone know if this is correct. Thanks

unity156 Fri 23-Nov-12 00:35:17

HaHa SHO5GVY im still trying but dont seem to be getting anywhere fast at the moment. Had many answers back from banks denying any knowledge of ppi or even no knowledge of my account!!! we shall see? also outstanding original claim against associates capital that became citi!! is going to fos.
I dont get the tax thing? i guess they will have had to pay tax on the money so maybe they need to recover it?!!!

Silverswan1964 Sat 24-Nov-12 13:39:45

Can anyone help with calculation of ppi I took out a ten year loan in 2005 feb so have two years left paid 15,000 ppi plus 7,000 for credit totalling 22,000 paid the 15,000 in one premium borrowed off the bank and added to the loan any ideas what I should get back

SH05GVY Sat 24-Nov-12 21:41:31

@Silver. You would get back all PPI payments and interest on premiums paid then 8% interest compensatory

SH05GVY Sat 24-Nov-12 23:54:27

Hi Unity. Have checked letter from Citi. It states that I may be liable for tax not a definate. Also gave details of FLA so shall ring them monday before sending back Acceptance form to Blackhorse.

hopefullclaimer Sun 25-Nov-12 21:25:09

Yes its correct what they will do is knock off 20% of the 8% intrest and send it to HMRC if you are a tax payer thats the last u will see of it if your not a tax payer then u have to ring HMRC and claim it bk xx hope that helps

SparklyGothKat Thu 29-Nov-12 15:59:17

Does anyone know if an offer is sent special delivery? Received a special delivery card through the door as was out and it's the only thing I can think it might be?

DialMforMummy Mon 03-Dec-12 20:07:11

Just to let everyone know that I got an offer today for £2k . Very happy with that. smile
Thank you for the inspiration everybody. And yes, stay away from companies, the process is pretty easy and straightforward.

t0lk13n Mon 03-Dec-12 20:18:13

Lucky you Nationwide turned us down! Letter has gone to FOS but I am not holding out any hope!

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