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The Chairman of Barclays, the bank who have mis-sold the second highest amount of PPI to UK consumers, has accused claimants of being ‘fraudsters’. Despite his bank paying back more than £8bn so far and receiving 2.3m complaints about mis-sold PPI, John McFarlane said: “The percentage of fraudulent claims is enormous. We have turned portions of Britain into fraudsters.”
1 October 2018

The Chairman of Barclays, the bank who have mis-sold the second highest amount of PPI to UK consumers, has accused claimants of being ‘fraudsters’.

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Millions more potential complaints about mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) are still yet to be made with just 11 months left to go until the August 2019 claims deadline. Time is now running out with less than a year to go until the cut-off point set by the industry regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
29 September 2018

Millions more potential complaints about mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) are still yet to be made with just 11 months left to go until the August 2019 claims deadline.

Time is now running out with less than a year to go until the cut-off point set by the industry regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).... Read more

It has begun - the final countdown for UK consumers to get back mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), as today marks a year to go until the claims deadline. Anyone trying to check for mis-sold PPI will lose their chance after August 29th 2019, and will never know whether or not they were one of the millions affected by the ‘biggest mis-selling scandal in financial services history’.
29 August 2018

It has begun - the final countdown for UK consumers to get back mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), as today marks a year to go until the claims deadline.

Anyone trying to check for mis-sold PPI will lose their chance after August 29th 2019, and will never know whether or not they were one of the millions affected... Read more

Ever since they broke ranks from the British Banking Association’s High Court appeal in 2011, Lloyds Banking Group has been blighted by mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). Following the announcement of a further £460m worth of provisions in their recent financial results for the first half of 2018, the PPI scandal has now cost Lloyds a staggering £19.2bn.
25 August 2018

Ever since they broke ranks from the British Banking Association’s High Court appeal in 2011, Lloyds Banking Group has been blighted by mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).

Following the... Read more

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