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Whatever else happens in the UK during 2019 millions are set to be worse off, thanks to the PPI deadline ending their chance to check if they are due compensation forever. There are now just 7 months remaining for consumers to check whether their bank or lender mis-sold them PPI (Payment Protection Insurance).
29 January 2019

Whatever else happens in the UK during 2019 millions are set to be worse off, thanks to the PPI deadline ending their chance to check if they are due compensation forever.

There are now just 7 months remaining for consumers to check whether their bank or lender mis-sold them PPI (Payment Protection Insurance).

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Consumers who complained they were mis-sold PPI by firms no longer trading received £6m in compensation during the 2017/18 period, according to the latest annual report from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). Funded by industry levies, the FSCS assists customers in various disputes where financial institutions have closed down and can award up to £85,000 per claim.
7 January 2019

Consumers who complained they were mis-sold PPI by firms no longer trading received £6m in compensation during the 2017/18 period, according to the latest annual report from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

Funded by industry levies, the FSCS assists... Read more

In our recent blog post we told you about £9bn set aside for PPI compensation at risk of going unclaimed, unless more people check their finances before August’s deadline.  The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are hoping to ‘bring the PPI issue to an orderly conclusion’ – but what happens after the 29th August 2019 if those who were put off checking were actually mis-sold and some of those provisions are not utilised?
10 December 2018

In our recent blog post we told you about £9bn set aside for PPI compensation at risk of going unclaimed, unless more people check their finances before... Read more

Banks and financial lenders are set to pocket a staggering NINE BILLION POUNDS worth of PPI they’ve admitted to mis-selling, based on current rates of consumer redress.  Despite PPI complaints reaching their highest levels in four years, the number of people checking to see if they were affected by ‘the biggest mis-selling scandal in financial services history’ is still not enough.
6 December 2018

Banks and financial lenders are set to pocket a staggering NINE BILLION POUNDS worth of PPI they’ve admitted to mis-selling, based on current rates of consumer redress.

Despite PPI complaints reaching their highest levels in four years, the number of people checking to see if they were... Read more

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