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PPI Claim back help/advice

(5 Posts)
ilikedrivinginmycar Tue 23-Oct-12 13:48:28

Hello everybody,

I really need some help. When I was young I borrowed lots of money and got into trouble. I had various loans and CC from 1998 - 2006 & didn't really think of the concequences. Anyhow, I always paid my debts but it got to the point I was paying them but had no money left for anything so in the end I had no choice but to go bankrupt. It was my own fault and I could kick myself for being so irressponsible.

Anyway Ive done my time and paid for my crime. I have 2 small children me & DP both work have very little debt as I am terrified of getting in a mess again and have learnt my lesson. We are really skint and are struggling due to both being on a low income, rent high, not entitled to HB and paying childcare. I mean we dont have money for anything some weeks I cant do a food shop & I am starting to wonder whether I should see if I was mis-sold ppi? I have gone past 6 years of bankruptcy and no longer a bankrupt. Do you think I should do this I am a bit scared they may tell me to bugger off cos I went bankrupt. Any advice would be appriciated.

keli5325 Tue 23-Oct-12 14:39:51

If you have been bankrupt any PPI you reclaim will be paid to the trustee in bankruptcy even though you have been discharged.

ilikedrivinginmycar Tue 23-Oct-12 14:56:42

well thats the end of that idea then!

ilikedrivinginmycar Tue 23-Oct-12 15:04:46

everything seems so hopeless at the moment (sad)

gregssausageroll Fri 26-Oct-12 22:09:01

All you can do is try. It will cost you a recorded delivery stamp. Send it off and see what they say?

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