Monthly Archives: November 2011

Will my PPI claim be taken seriously?

24 November 2011 Payment Protection Insurance, often abbreviated to PPI, was wrongly sold to many people by major banks such as Barclays, The Co-operative, Halifax, Alliance & Leicester in the guise of security for mortgages, loans, credit cards and car finance. Its main selling point was that it would cover monthly payments in the event Continue Reading...

Need help claiming your mis sold PPI ?

20th November 2011 PPI (short for Payment Protection Insurance) or ASU (short for Accident, Sickness and Unemployment Cover) used to be sold alongside personal loans and covered you should you be off work due to accident sickness or redundancy. To use it, you would normally have to prove that you were unable to work due Continue Reading...

Be careful of the PPI scam !

17th November 2011 Payment Protection Insurance (or PPI for short) was routinely sold alongside loans, credit cards and mortgages and was designed to cover your payments should you ever be off work due to accident sickness or redundancy. It sounds like it could be a good product to have, but it was mis-sold to tens Continue Reading...

Claim back my mis sold PPI against First Plus

11 November 2011 PPI was sold throughout the banking industry to individuals who wanted personal loans, credit cards and mortgages.  It was designed to cover your monthly payments on your finance account until you were due to go back to work following accident or sickness or redundancy. Much of this mis sold PPI was sold Continue Reading...

My PPI was useless to me!

02 November 2011 Payment Protection Insurance was sold on loans, credit cards and mortgages as a way of covering your monthly payments if you are off work due to illness, accident or redundancy.  A lot of people are making compensation claims to claim back their mis sold PPI on the basis it was not suitable Continue Reading...