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Can PPI be hidden within the loan?
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diggerproud
Old 23-05-2011, 9:21 PM
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Default Can PPI be hidden within the loan?

I have looked through my loan T&C's but can't find my personal summary from when the loan was taken out. It states on my agreement that the LPI is zero but I remember being told I required PPI as I had no means of covering payments if I was sick/made redundant. What I didn't realise is I'm paying 24.9% interest on my £5k loan over 60 months. Can the insurance be included in the loan itself or does this mean & I don't have cover on my loan?
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Old 23-05-2011, 9:48 PM
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Can the insurance be included in the loan itself or does this mean & I don't have cover on my loan?
The agreement seems to suggest you do not. However, if in doubt, phone and ask them.
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