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    Rocket1971
    Can you claim PPI if person deceased?
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    • 30th Mar 12, 9:59 PM
    Can you claim PPI if person deceased? 30th Mar 12 at 9:59 PM
    My Father died in 2005 and my Mother in 2011.

    I know my Father had rolling loans with Barclays over approx 15 years prior to his death, he would get a loan almost get to the end and then top it up.
    He also had a Barclaycard which was paid by payment protection during the time he was unable to make payments.

    My question is am I able to put in a claim for the years he had the barclayloan? (no paperwork as I destroyed it all approx one year after his death but Barclays may have something somewhere.

    My Mother has no debts (never had a loan or credit card in her life) therefore no claims required on her part.

    Any advice greatly appreciated.
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