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thinking of using Litchfield to claim PPI
in Reclaim bank & credit card charges
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Put some context on it. Even the FSCS didnt realise the risk of structured products before the credit crunch. None of those that had keydata lost out.
You are really struggling to find the issues. So much easier to find the rips offs from claims companies and the tens and even hundreds of millions stolen from consumers lied to by them. Cartel was something like 30 million. Kerobo tens of millions. The ministry of justice strikes off hundreds of claims companies a year and that is with light touch regulation. The same cannot be said of financial advisers under far heavier regulation.
Such is the case with every job there is.
After nearly 8 months I have not had one call from them and after many hours of trying to talk to someone and lots of stress, I have still had nothing back from them .. "Including my 500 pounds" which is all I want back now. I have had a couple of emails from them, that has indicated the original 10% They were charging has now moved to 40% - yet still nothing !!
Can someone please advise of what I can do to reclaim my £500 pounds back
Stay away from these guys at all costs as they are far from anything but a joke ..... :mad::mad::mad:
Oh dear. That is not how it works and it smells bad. That is exactly what happens on the advance fee fraud scam calls.
Complain to the Legal ombudsman. They have a representative on this board (see sticky)
Claims companies have a captive audience. They know if you are were gullible enough to be mis-sold PPI then you can be easily mis-sold their services too.
Alarm bells. Many companies with that pricing model go on to fail taking the £495 with them.
Not making any allegations against this company but it also matches a number of scams which use it as advance fee fraud. This is where you make up a figure that the person could get (£5000 in this case) which plays to your greed and then they tell you it will cost £495 to get it. You pay the £495 thinking you will get £5k. Yet there is no £5k.
Only wish I had wrote to the banks and loan companies myself. Dealing direct is probably less stressful. Remember, you still need to complete forms from Litchfield Price.!