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This time last year we gave you the latest information on the legal case known as Plevin and what it could mean for Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims.
Susan Plevin was a retired college lecturer who took her mis-sold PPI complaint all the way to the Supreme Court, where it was... Read more
A three-year-old girl born with a rare condition will at last walk for the first time following huge fundraising efforts.
Victoria Komada from Norwich was born with bilateral Tibial Hemimelia, an extremely rare birth condition where vital bones in the legs are not properly formed.
Victoria’s parents tried to raise the money necessary to save their daughters legs, but the incredibly complicated surgery was only available in the... Read more
With a deadline already set for August 2019, the PPI claims industry is already going through perhaps the biggest period of change it has ever seen.
From this month though another major change will affect all consumers who use a claims management company to complain to their lender about mis-sold PPI... Read more
Consumers are turning up the heat on UK banks and financial lenders as even more millions of pounds in compensation are being paid out for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) in 2018.
More than 1 in 3 complaints about mis-sold PPI that reach the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) are upheld in favour of the client, according to latest figures.
Publishing their annual review for 2017/18 the FOS said it ruled against the lender in 36% of all PPI cases in the last year, and that figure did not include cases... Read more