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Mis-sold PPI with Egg banking years ago- would I still have a case?

(9 Posts)
Castasunder Mon 08-Aug-16 13:57:14

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sportinguista Tue 09-Aug-16 13:54:48

I claimed from egg but I did still have my loan at the time. I think you might be able to claim, the card side was taken over by Barclays and the rest I think by Yorkshire Building Society. Maybe google it and see what comes up, or go on Moneysaving expert someone may know on there.

Fluffycloudland77 Tue 09-Aug-16 15:44:46

Try it, for the price of a stamp you'll find out.

GinBunny Tue 09-Aug-16 15:50:50

How strange - I sent off my PPI claim form for Egg today!
If you want to PM me I can let you know the details of the people I am using. I'm doing it through a company because I don't remember any of the details and they assured me they could find out everything from name and address. It's 25% to them if successful but hey, that still leaves 75% to me!

vinhotinto Tue 09-Aug-16 15:51:30

Yes, it is now through Barclaycard, there is an online form you can fill in I think or print and send off

AlpacaLypse Tue 09-Aug-16 15:52:52

Money Saving Expert website will tell you exactly how to claim without paying a shyster lawyer 25% for the privilege!

Castasunder Tue 09-Aug-16 17:58:23

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vinhotinto Tue 09-Aug-16 20:58:37

don't use a third party do it direct through Barclaycard, they have the info themselves

GinBunny Tue 09-Aug-16 23:06:29

Dammit, have already instructed solicitors to act on my behalf! Don't know why, I claimed against Barclays myself, just thought it would be easier as I didn't know my addresses etc either. But of course if the solicitors need more information they're going to ask me anyway. Ah well, you live and learn. Good luck OP, hope you get some money back!

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