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-taff wrote: »
If the financial advisor sold it to you then you complain to them. However, there is a business model whereby you 'pay' the advisor by buying insurance in lieu of direct payment or the conditions of the mortgage required it.
I'd suggest asking first if it was either of these before you complain.
Is the financial advisor still in business?
Chooby wrote: »
I took a mortgage out about 9 years ago and part of the condition was that I had to take out Income protection and life/illness protection. Can I still claim even though I had to sign up to those things to get my mortgage and i was aware of it? Also, the insurance was with Bupa, however I went through a financial adviser who set everything up, so would my claim (if I should claim) be against Bupa rather than the financial adviser?
Dinard wrote: »
I saw the FCA advert on the telly over the weekend, which said I could claim with just my date of birth and current and past addresses. However, when I went to the FCA web site it showed me a list of hundreds of banks ETC. How do I know which of those I might have had ppi with? Do I need to send a claim to all of them? Won't that take a very long time typing it all?
But it would be a little odd to complain about having something you may not have.
you'll have to show that it was somehow mis-sold to you.
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