jchaplin wrote: »
Thanks everyone for the advice - cancellation is an option, and the fee he would lose is less than the potential recovery - but that said I think we'll let them do the recovery now they're involved - a shame, but I dont think I have the time to devote to supporting him going down the DIY claim route.
beamerguy wrote: »
GO GET IT BACK ..... ADVANCE FRONT LOADING ... OH DEAR
The FSA and FOS HATE COMPANIES LIKE THIS especially if you were told you would not get the loan without it, someone pocketed a heavy commission from you
What say you Amersall and Cappo ???
Kuffs1978 wrote: »
Nice to know we're on the same page, as I spoke to the FSCS a week ago and they asked me to keep in touch to see whether Norton have officially gone into liquidation yet. The FSA have given me some advice and referred to their handbook on rulings and redress, and the CAB have had the Ombudsman's decision as well as a breakdown of my sister's income and expenses. I think they are hoping to put us in touch with some legal person. We've accepted that although the FOS ruled in our favour on the PPI, we're probably never going to see a penny of the money, so this whole thing has been a complete waste of time and energy.
The company the insurance looks to have been with is the Direct Group, based in Doncaster - I have a postal address for them, but I have a feeling they have relocated as the address doesn't bring anything up on google?? this is the best match: www . directgroup . co.uk
emmagoose1978 wrote: »
I was wondering if anyone could kindly help me??!! I was called several weeks ago from one of the PPI reclaiming companies so I decided to give them some basic details of some past car loans I'd had just out of curiosity! They reckoned that I was entitled to claim back a couple of thousand off one of these loans. This was a Black Horse car finance loan for approx £6000. I have all the documentation still but can't find anywhere where it says I paid anything for PPI. The company who rang me said that this was often the case and they often hid these charges so you didn't know you were paying for it. Does anyone know if this is true and if there's any point in my claiming even when the paperwork says I never paid any Payment Protection Plan or Insurance??
Many thanks for any help and advice anyone can offer,
but just don't want to have to go through it all if there's no point (I have a one year old so time is precious!! lol)
amersall wrote: »
You would do all the work anyway for a company to take a fee for doing nothing at all, just walking to the post box.
Gemster1982 wrote: »
Hi All I had a loan with Northern Rock I have read the articles but can't find anything relating to them ...Anyone any idea as to how I would go about claiming back from them ..the loan was fully repaid in 2008/9 but I was told as I worked for an agency at the time I had to take out the PPI.
Sorry if I have posted this incorrectly it's my first post.
thanks in advance
cappo wrote: »
Wise words lorraine, to all who come on here going down or considering going down the claims management front, don't, It's a total waste of time and money, you really are quicker diy'ing, the banks are going to tell the cmc's the same thing there going to tell you guys, avoid like the plague.:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::(:(:(:(
amersall wrote: »
Just think how rich we would be if we only charged 5% :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
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