Our wealth of experience with Halifax 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
Halifax is part of the Lloyds Group who have set aside £9.83bn for their customers.
Halifax was originally established at the Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society in the Christmas of 1852 with the aim of housing the influx of people who flocked to Halifax during the Industrial Revolution.
The Building Society’s success fuelled dramatic expansion financing 1,000s of homes. New legislation in 1986 allowed the building societies to increase their range of financial services and the Halifax steadily diversified into banking.
Halifax had made many mergers and acquisitions, but in 1999 they acquired Birmingham Midshires before merging with Bank of Scotland in 2001 to form HBOS plc. Then in January 2009, following turbulence in global financial markets, HBOS plc was acquired by Lloyds TSB to become Lloyds Banking Group plc.
£22bn has been set aside by the UK's big four banks so far
23% REMAINS UNCLAIMED