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    xbrenx
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    • 26th Mar 12, 2:01 PM
    Pinpoint Solutions 26th Mar 12 at 2:01 PM
    Hi
    Just had a phone call from the above company in relation to a road traffic incident that happened in November 2010.

    They said they have a file open for me in respect of unclaimed money for personal injury sustained in the above incident. Apparently the insurance companies have to have money available to give to clients who sustain minor injury, nothing major like broken bones but something that could have meant I took pain killers for a while, but the companies don't tell anyone about it.

    I was very wary and told the caller that but he insisted it's true and that he'll get on to the solicitors then call me back this evening to let me know if there's anything to claim.

    I never told the caller anything that he didn't already know.

    Has anyone heard of this company (google only came up with management solution companies)? Does it sound feasible?

    I'm very sceptical.

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