PPI Success -My Mum passed away and I’ve received notification she has been successful in a claim
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Hi, I filed a claim for my mum in August via resolver for a store card dating back to 1982 . Unfortunately my Mum passed away in October but last week a letter was sent from the company offering her a settlement (of £1300 ( seems a tad low from 38 years back but I guess I can’t contest it ) Anyway, she didn’t have an estate as such when she passed ( less than 5k and no property) so I didn’t apply for probate/administration but can I sign for this letter and ultimately claim this amount or even cheekily contest the amount? Many Thanks
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With regards to any payout, you would need to provide a copy of the death certificate, is your father still alive (if so he would need to supply his marriage certificate), if not you and any and all siblings would need to supply your birth certificates along with a letter making a declaration that the estate in its entirety was less than £5,000 (keep in mind this £1,300 now forms part of that estate).
Follow Bermonia's advice above for actually obtaining the money....
The redress calculation is defined with upheld complaints. Lots of people have received a lot less. Some a lot more. Its actually in the ballpark of the average. So, why do you think it is wrong and what evidence is available to support your point of view?
I’m going to make a suggestion and as crazy, whacky and zany as this might sound, please stick with me - have you tried calling the lender to discuss what they need vs what you have?
it's spelt d-e-f-i-n-i-t-e-l-y
there - 'in or at that place'
their - 'owned by them'
they're - 'they are'
it's bought not brought (i just bought my chicken a suit from that new shop for £6.34)