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Claim Back PPI

27 Nov 17

Monthly PPI Pay-outs remain high in 2017

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) remains to be the most complained about financial product, making up a third of the total 3.32million complaints in the first half of 2017.   Pay-outs The latest figures from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) show that £271.5 million was paid out in August to customers who complained about the way they were sold PPI, the largest monthly pay-out so far this year. This takes the… Read More »

22 Oct 17

Testimonial: Jane

“The FREE PPI Check was easy and straight forward. The Claims Guys are very efficient. I’m amazed at what they found as I didn’t have the paperwork. I have recommended you to a lot of people.” 22.10.17

21 Oct 17

Testimonial: Ms Cox

“I found the FREE PPI Check easy to follow and the forms were simple to fill out. I wouldn’t have known where to start with the whole process. The Claims Guys kept me informed throughout and I’m very happy with the outcome.” 21.10.17

31 Mar 17

PPI Claims deadline is announced

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set a deadline of 29 August 2019, for making new Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) complaints. The deadline is aimed to prompt customers to make a decision on whether they want to make a complaint or not. Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the FCA said: “Putting in place a deadline and campaign will mean people who were potentially mis-sold PPI will be prompted to take… Read More »

2 Aug 16

The Claims Guys has helped customers claim back over £364million!

To date, The Claims Guys (TCG) has helped customers to claim back over £364million for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). It is widely reported that the volume of claims submitted for mis-sold PPI will start to slow but it is not a trend seen at TCG. We continue to help our customers claim back the money they are owed and we’re currently processing around 25,000 claims a week. We can… Read More »

10 Aug 15

Lloyds PPI Bill Jumps Even Further

Lloyds Banking Group has revealed that its total bill for mis-sold payment protection insurance (including Administration costs), will jump a further £1.4 billion as the lender announced additional provisions during the first half of 2015. The figures were released on 31st July as part of the half year results. This brings Lloyds’ total PPI bill (including Administration costs) to £13.4 billion, which is the highest of any British bank. The additional PPI… Read More »

28 Jul 15

FOS Receives 4,000 PPI Complaints per week

It has emerged this week that the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) received 4,000 payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints every week during April to June of 2015. The figure has emerged as part of a statement released by FOS on Tuesday 21st July, in which they published a snapshot of complaint figures for the first quarter of the 2015-2016 financial year. Chief Ombudsman, Caroline Wayman, sent out an email statement, announcing… Read More »

8 Jun 15

Lloyds fined a record £117m for unfair handling of mis-sold PPI Complaints

Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £117m, the largest retail banking penalty ever imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA led an investigation into Lloyds’ complaint handling procedures carried out between March 2012 and May 2013. During this period, Lloyds handled over 2.3m PPI complaints, and 37% of these were dismissed, with customers wrongly told that their case had been ‘fully investigated’ when this was not the case…. Read More »

29 May 15

Legal ruling set to create a new wave of PPI complaints

A landmark legal decision by the Supreme Court has led to the City watchdog’s consideration of new rules for Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Claims. The decision came from the case Plevin vs Paragon Personal Finance in which Susan Plevin, a 59 year old college lecturer, was charged an upfront premium of £5,780 on a loan of £39,870. It was uncovered that 71.8% of this premium was commission, with Paragon taking… Read More »

8 May 15

A sum of £26 billion set aside for mis-sold PPI Costs

The cost of Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) for the whole banking sector is estimated to reach £26 billion. The Daily Express reported that: “The big five high-street banks mentioned above (Santander, HSBC, Lloyds, RBS, and Barclays) are understood to have allocated more than £24 billion* to compensate victims of insurance mis-selling last year.” The total bill, for the whole banking sector, is expected to hit £26 billion after all the… Read More »

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