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Feeling Overwhelmed? 3 Simple Steps

Feeling Overwhelmed? 3 Simple Steps. It happens to all of us. So here’s a quick 3-step blog to help get back on track. It’s a big subject with big books written about it. This is a short blog; use it to research and understand more. My 3 steps are designed to be...

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How £4000 of PPI Premiums can mean a £9000 PPI Claim in 2017

I’m going to show you in simple and truthful terms; 1)    How this is possible right now. 2)    How any claim can be worth much more NOW than a few years ago. 3)    The simplest method for you to check for these claims - TODAY.   1)   How is this possible, right...

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Claiming PPI or Investments for Deceased People, in 2017

Claiming for Deceased family members and loved ones; this is an area, somewhat understandably, that is often overlooked. But claiming for mis-sold PPI (and Investments) after a loved one has passed away is something well worth looking addressing. First of all, though,...

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Which claimers make winners?

Which types of people are winning PPI claims with us? And why do they sometimes wait so long before claiming? Today I will overview surprising elements that we’ve seen in claimant’s circumstances, and the decision making process at work before they made their claim –...

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10 TOP TIPS to choose the right PPI company

The PPI scandal. If you’re like most people, you’ve grown used to hearing about the PPI scandal. Oddly though, there is still a load of misinformation surrounding the whole subject, and I’ll be discussing the subject across many levels. In my blogs I’ll be debunking...

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PPI in 2017 – underpaid and deceased

PPI in 2017 *In this blog I’ll overview 2 key areas in which the banks are still failing consumers. 1) Underpayment of successful claims, and wrongly rejected claims. 2) Claims for Deceased people. 1) Underpaid Successful Claims Check your successful claim! First of...

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Mis sold investments – where did your money go?

In this blog I will overview A)what mis-sold Investments are, and B) the process of a Free Investment Review Investments So you’re a little older these days, and age brings certain things. How shall I term some of those things? Let’s call them… reminders. Age ‘gifts’...

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Why would you NOT claim PPI by yourself?

The truth about using a good CMC (Claims Management Company) rather than doing it yourself. *In this blog I’ll be overviewing the common viewpoint – that you should claim your PPI by yourself – and the 7 statements most commonly used to back this up. Why has this...

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What is PPI? PPI Explained

By now I’m sure you have heard the word PPI being mentioned many times. But what is PPI? ● PPI or Payment Protection insurance is a type of insurance that was sold alongside loans and credit cards. ● It was meant to protect you if you were unable to work due to...

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Can I claim PPI after my IVA is finished?

Can you claim PPI after you have completed your IVA or Trust Deed? I have been told many times that going through an IVA or Trust Deed is a very emotional and stressful time and how relieved most of you are to have completed and put it behind you. You can now get back...

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PPI Claims Currently Show No Sign of Slowing Down

PPI, payment protection insurance, is an insurance that provides the ability for consumers to insure repayment of loads if unforeseen circumstances should occur such as the death of the borrower, the borrower’s loss of a job, a borrower’s suffering a disability or...

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Swaps (IRHP) Determining the Level of Redress

Fair and reasonable redress for individuals and businesses who suffered losses from Swap mis-selling. The level of redress will vary with each case and will be determined by a committee who will review both documentation and customer statements. All compensation...

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FCA updates PPI redress for 2.5 million old PPI complaints

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a statement concerning the Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) redress work. The FCA has stated that they have improved the process for handling complaints and that there are over 2.5 million complaints currently being...

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Barclays fined £38 million for putting clients assets at risk

The largest fine in FCA history has been issued for Barclays. The bank has fallen under scrutiny in the UK and the US for its practices, which resulted in a £37,745,000 fine. The fine amount was reached as a part of a settlement, which could have been substantially...

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RBS £1bn fund for Small Businesses with fixed-rate loans

The Royal Bank of Scotland and Natwest will be launching a  £1bn fund in the near future. The purpose of this fund is to help provide financing for small businesses in the United Kingdom. Businesses will be able to get a fixed rate loan ranging from £1,000 to...

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