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Mis-sold Income Protection Insurance???
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Sijax
Old 12-06-2011, 10:13 PM
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Question Mis-sold Income Protection Insurance???

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I'm after some advice please, any help would be great. I have Income Protection Insurance (IPI), which I was forced to take out to be able to get a loan with Natwest, I really needed the money so had no choice . The IPI I have is from a company called UNUM. My question is can I make a claim for the mis-selling of this Insurance product? Since reading about PPI I am very upset that I was forced to take this product to get the loan as I now believe this is not the case and I didn't need IPI. I have all of the paperwork from Natwest that was completed to get the IPI. It was taken out in 2003 but I still have it . I refused to take PPI out on subsequent loans as I have this IPI. Can I make a claim against Natwest/Unum or is it wishful thinking?
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answered on your duplicate thread:
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