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Arnie is back, or his animatronic head is anyway, as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have released another phase of their advertising campaign featuring an Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonator to raise awareness of the August 2019 claims deadline for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). Originally appearing back in August last year, the advertising campaign from the industry regulator is designed to make people decide whether or not to make a complaint about mis-sold PPI with less than 18 month
10 April 2018

Arnie is back, or his animatronic head is anyway, as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have released another phase of their advertising campaign featuring an Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonator to raise awareness of the August 2019 claims deadline for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has helped the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) launch their advertising campaign to try and raise awareness of the deadline on mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims. Consumers have until August 2019 to submit new complaints about mis-sold PPI but in the adverts, which will be shown on TV, posters and in cinemas, Arnie (or an Arnie impersonator anyway) asks “You’ve at least made a decision on the PPI right?”.
30 August 2017

Arnold Schwarzenegger has helped the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) launch their advertising campaign to try and raise awareness of the deadline on mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims.

Consumers have until August 2019 to submit new complaints about mis-sold PPI but in the adverts,... Read more

Millions of consumers fighting to reclaim mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) are being joined by business owners who were also duped by their banks. Two new cases highlighted in The Times has shown just some of the ways in which companies were convinced to take on PPI when they did not need it or could not use it.
1 August 2017

Millions of consumers fighting to reclaim mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) are being joined by business owners who were also duped by their banks.

Two new cases highlighted in The Times has shown just some of the ways in which companies were convinced to take on PPI when they did not need it or could not... Read more

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