'MSE to advertise 'free PPI reclaiming' on Google' blog discussion

This is the discussion to link on the back of Martin's blog. Please read the blog first, as this discussion follows it.




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  • VT82VT82 Forumite
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    Checked it for myself, and Which and CAB keep coming out top of the paid ads on Google. Well done Lloyds.

    If it costs so much to have people click through the paid ads, can we have an unofficial MSE campaign of deliberately clicking through the unscrupulous companies' paid for links lots of times to waste their money? How far do you have to go through the process before they have to pay money to Google? Not very I'd guess.

    Rather it was Google's money than the scummy claims companies'!
  • Kite2010Kite2010 Forumite
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    Top 2 sponsored links are for which and Cab, and first 4 regular links when searching for reclaim PPI are for free services.

    Well done, if only the government brings in laws to outlaw CMCs
  • jamesdjamesd Forumite
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    Good move to by Lloyds, MSE and partners to try to take out some of the money that causes the claims firms to take money that could go to consumers and harass many of us as they try to get business.
  • ashleyriotashleyriot Forumite
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    VT82 wrote: »
    If it costs so much to have people click through the paid ads, can we have an unofficial MSE campaign of deliberately clicking through the unscrupulous companies' paid for links lots of times to waste their money?

    Lol, and yes!
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