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    nict02
    Abbey National Credit Card - PPI - Who to contact??
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    • 21st Jul 10, 12:22 PM
    Abbey National Credit Card - PPI - Who to contact?? 21st Jul 10 at 12:22 PM
    Hi all
    I'm new to all of this so please excuse my lack of knowledge.
    I have had an Abbey National Credit Card since I was 18 years old (now 31!). I've always run the account well and have a relatively small balance on it at the moment. However, last year I noticed I was being charged a monthly insurance that worked out at almost the same amount as my monthly repayment. I immediately cancelled the insurance, although it was extremely difficult, Abbey kept trying to convince me to keep it.

    However, the more I hear about PPI the more I now think that I may have a claim. I never knowingly took the PPI out all those years ago when I was 18 years old.

    I have got Martins wonderful letter template for asking for a list of all PPI charges on my account. I'm now wondering who to send it to though because Abbey are now Santander, and aren't Abbey Cards also MBNA? Or have I got that completely wrong?

    I'd be very grateful if anyone knows of the address to send my letter to.

    Thanks all
    Nicola
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