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#656282 - 21st Jan 2012 10:32am PPI
louise127 Offline
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Registered: 8th Jul 2011
Posts: 157
Loc: wallasey
Good Morning Wirral folk, has anyone got any feedback on companies that claim you can get PPI mis-sold money back, I had a phone call last week and they claimed they could get me money back from a morgage I took out 16 years ago!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have never heard of nayone actually getting money back but thought I just chuck it out there and see if anyone else has............before I sign anything

Have a lovely day

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#656284 - 21st Jan 2012 10:37am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
insanekitty Offline
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Registered: 18th Mar 2009
Posts: 200
Loc: Woodchurch
Good Morning Louise

I personally wouldnt use any company to sort this out as their fees tend to be a bit on the high side.
If you go to www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk they have all the details you would need to do everything yourself.

Hope this helps

Steve

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#656289 - 21st Jan 2012 10:47am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
47fld Offline
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Registered: 30th Dec 2010
Posts: 32
Loc: moreton
yes there are many companys claiming back ppi for you I know of 4 people who have had a lot of money back but they charge you up to 30% you only pay them when the money is in your bank....what have you got to loose

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#656296 - 21st Jan 2012 11:11am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
StuyMac Offline

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Registered: 24th Nov 2003
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Ive got a company called Consumer Net recovering some for me.

Wouldnt recommend them, 10 months now, and still on-going sleep
_________________________


What If There Were No Hypothetical Questions?

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#656341 - 21st Jan 2012 12:40pm Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
pegsgirl Offline
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Registered: 29th Oct 2011
Posts: 235
Loc: wirral
We used a company to claim back on current CC. We got a substantial amount back. However it cost us %25 plus charges. But still probably wouldn't of tried ourselves if we had not got the call. I am now trying to claim on an old mortgage myself. You can download the form on Banks webpage.

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#656346 - 21st Jan 2012 1:00pm Re: PPI [Re: pegsgirl]
micsey Offline
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Registered: 26th May 2011
Posts: 71
Loc: up the junction
people you dont need these companies at all,just send a good letter,or get a mate or citizens advice to word one for you i could open one of these companies up today and so could you all they do is write to your card company? why would you give them 30 to 40% to do what you can do for free,thats why this country is on its kness with this a payday load shit!!!!!!!!

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#656394 - 21st Jan 2012 2:42pm Re: PPI [Re: insanekitty]
Vanmanone Offline

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Registered: 5th May 2010
Posts: 3415
Loc: The Rectory Eastham
Originally Posted By: insanekitty
Good Morning Louise

I personally wouldnt use any company to sort this out as their fees tend to be a bit on the high side.
If you go to www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk they have all the details you would need to do everything yourself.

Hope this helps

Steve
Thanks hi

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#656426 - 21st Jan 2012 4:54pm Re: PPI [Re: micsey]
ASE71 Offline

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Registered: 20th Apr 2009
Posts: 430
Loc: Wirral
Originally Posted By: micsey
people you dont need these companies at all,just send a good letter,or get a mate or citizens advice to word one for you i could open one of these companies up today and so could you all they do is write to your card company? why would you give them 30 to 40% to do what you can do for free,thats why this country is on its kness with this a payday load shit!!!!!!!!


withthat

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#656429 - 21st Jan 2012 4:59pm Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
Tina21 Offline
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Registered: 7th Feb 2011
Posts: 54
Loc: Wallasey
hi there;about your ppi's go to the place you got your morgages from,eg; bank, now phone coustomer services,and just ask to have there ppi phone number,this way they do the work, you get all ya money no messin,tsb.you call it takes 8-10 days for a letter,to say there lookin in to it,then you get your amount with in 12-16 weeks you will get this info; in your letter,Dont wish for loads,barkleys pay out is about £300-£600,tsb's is £350 -£1000,not sure about others

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#656549 - 21st Jan 2012 7:31pm Re: PPI [Re: Tina21]
missj Offline
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Registered: 25th Apr 2011
Posts: 86
Loc: Wirral
Every PPI is different as it depends how much you've actually paid into it so to make a broad statement regarding payout is misleading. I think you mean a "Goodwill Gesture payout" which is basically a claim without the provider admitting misselling but stops you claiming the actual monies you have paid in over the years at a later date! Be careful of accepting low offers til you've made a rough calculation of what you've paid in (+8% interest which may or may not be applied as it's discretionary)

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/reclaim/ppi-loan-insurance

This site will provide you with all the information you need and even the standard letters used to make a claim - and it wont cost you a single penny! Any insurance policy (Credit card, loan, HP agreement etc) which you've been sold or has been attached to your finance agreement either with or without your knowledge is potentially missold and therefore potentially a claim. It might cost you a couple of pounds (usually £1.00 for each account) to get access to all your old agreements but you could claim thousands. There is a time limit though so not all accounts/loans will payout but it's worth a try! Good luck.


oh and by the way, if your account has been taken over by a debt collection company or if you've got an arrangement to pay off with the finance company or bank, still apply as it'll either be offered to you or taken off your debt. In some cases you can plead a "hardship" case as usually its the cost of these policies that make repayments too high to repay. In other words, the PPI got you into financial difficulty in the first place!!


Edited by missj (21st Jan 2012 7:33pm)

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#656646 - 21st Jan 2012 10:35pm Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
ASE71 Offline

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Registered: 20th Apr 2009
Posts: 430
Loc: Wirral
Also whilst you are at it, ask the bank for a copy of your original Agreement. If they cant provide it, then they have lost it as happens with thousands.

No proof of agreement = no court action if you don't repay the loan as they don't have a leg to stand on. This doesn't work with credit cards though as there is a transaction History, only with loans.

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#656747 - 22nd Jan 2012 12:21am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
Salmon Offline
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Registered: 8th Oct 2011
Posts: 1716
Loc: Wallasey
As I understand it the maximum lead time is 10 years so if you are talking 16 years you may be too late but as others have said your bets approach is the original lender and don't touch the sharks who will take at least 25% of your entitlement.

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#656798 - 22nd Jan 2012 4:53am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
leboo Online   Happy
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Registered: 13th Mar 2011
Posts: 36
Loc: bidston
learn Morning Wiki's , glad iv came. Across this, as one you good wiki's could settle an arguement concerning PPI's.
Does this also apply to Items, bought from company iE,'Perfect Homes' on HP /with cover insurance. For acciendtal damage+service maintiance..ect oh + with no claims on needing to access these insurance covered services? Much +many thanks for any info.
P.S GOOD LUCK Louise127 . wink x

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#656912 - 22nd Jan 2012 3:12pm Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
lizzie271 Offline

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Registered: 6th Aug 2011
Posts: 44
Loc: moreton
Hi Louise,I had a similar phone call a few months ago,same as yours, i had a morgage more than 25 years ago, they called me ,told me i had a case,they rang have you received the paperwork? next day have you any problems?I signed the form,but did not read the small print!!!!!!!!!!!!A very nice man rang a couple of days later,by time he finished talking I owed 240-00 POUNDS,SO PLEASE READ ALL THE SMALL PRINT BEFORE SIGNING. GOOD LUCK
REGARDS

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#657151 - 23rd Jan 2012 8:16am Re: PPI [Re: louise127]
delta6 Offline
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Registered: 24th Apr 2009
Posts: 498
Loc: Moreton
do it yourself.
i claimed for 3 different PPI's and got paid out by all three within 4 months.
pm me with your email address and i'll email you the form that i used - or you can find it on the net on moneysavingsexpert.com
i got just over £2500 in total.

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