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    ppi payment care abbey national mis sold
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    • 14th Jun 11, 9:54 PM
    ppi payment care abbey national mis sold 14th Jun 11 at 9:54 PM
    hi can someone advise on the following.

    we took out a mortgage in feb 2003 and ended a 5 year capped rate in august 2007 which we had to pay an early redemption fee. we took abbeys house insurance and payment care out at the time as we were "advised" they would be beneficial by the abbey representative. We also had a term assurance and critical illness policy which ran with scottish widows for that term.

    Now i was self employed at the time and employed as a company director of a limited company from 2005 through the end of the term and still am today.

    What im really asking is do i have a case for being miss sold as i dont believe we could have claimed on the policy. all the above were joint policies.ive checked the advice on here and have filled in the questionaire and am just seeking some reassurance.

    Please help.

    Thanks in advance
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