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CPP - refund scheme if it is approved to be in for 3rd January 2014

(10 Posts)
M1SSUNDERSTOOD Sun 29-Dec-13 15:46:10

Just that. I'd forgotten about form and just found. A reminder for anyone interested.

HoneyDragon Sun 29-Dec-13 15:53:04

Yup, I posted mine yesterday. Left for ages and woke of yesterday thinking shit, it's practically January grin

Slainte Sun 29-Dec-13 15:53:20

Oh yes, I've sent mine off already. Wonder how the vote will go.

M1SSUNDERSTOOD Sun 29-Dec-13 16:36:06

Well if 75% vote yes it will be approved. Doesn't seem very fair as surely it should be majority over 50%?

HoneyDragon Sun 29-Dec-13 19:09:45

As I understand it it's not like everyone would get much back either way?

M1SSUNDERSTOOD Mon 30-Dec-13 09:46:05

Hi it says you get all your premiums back less any claims made. This dates from 14 January 2005 plus interest. The form asked for a guesstimate of what you thought you'd get back. Apparently this value overall is subject to approval so maybe if it's acceptable, only then will it be approved.

HoneyDragon Mon 30-Dec-13 11:52:02

Yes I found it interesting. Some quotes were saying an average payout of £185, but I think its a bit tenuous as the timeframe for eligible payments is narrow and the average cost of CPP worked out at £20-£30 pa.

I would think £185 would be the very highest.

I honestly don't think I'll qualify, but was happy to vote on behalf of people that will. I'd rather they have it than it go on some incompetent overpaid a arses bonuses grin

M1SSUNDERSTOOD Tue 14-Jan-14 18:15:32

Well I see the scheme has been approved today. here

plentyofsoap Thu 16-Jan-14 09:34:49

I was wondering about this as I had the information through. Does anybody know what the next stage will be?

Slainte Fri 17-Jan-14 07:45:40

Thanks for keeping us up to date with this M1SS flowers

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