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    • By dunstonh 24th Nov 11, 6:47 PM
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    Does this come under PPI that I should be claiming back????
    No. Prudential are a life assurance company. They dont have a PPI product. They have a PHI with an option to bolt on unemployment cover to it (which is a good way of doing it). They also have life assurance and critical illness cover.

    Also, their products are sold under an advice process. Not a non-advised process.

    Irrespective of the type of product, what is it that you think make it mis-sold? i.e. what would be your reasons for complaint? (nothing wrong with having PPI. Its all about how it was sold and set up - so if you think yours has issues, what are they?)
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