Our wealth of experience with Egg allows us to effectively check all your credit for PPI, sometimes revealing credit you may have forgotten about.
Lenders won’t tell you, but you could be due an average refund of £3,400.*
*as at January 2015
Egg is part of the Barclays who have set aside £4.13bn for their customers
Egg was launched from the Prudential’s banking arm, becoming the UK’s first internet bank in 1998. They launched the first online credit card in 1999 before floating 21% of the company in 2000.
Analysts predicted the company could be worth £4bn but as confidence fell in other tech stocks, the float only valued Egg at £1.3bn. In 2003 Prudential attempted to sell its remaining shares in Egg but there was not enough interest in the company.
In 2007 Citigroup brought Egg for a mere £575m. In 2011 Citigroup split Egg up by selling Egg Loans to new providers, Egg Credit Cards to Barclaycard and Egg Savings and Mortgages to Yorkshire Building Society.
£22bn has been set aside by the UK's big four banks so far
23% REMAINS UNCLAIMED