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    • MSE Luke
    • By MSE Luke 8th Jul 19, 11:16 AM
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    How to URGENTLY reclaim PPI for a deceased relative
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    • 8th Jul 19, 11:16 AM
    How to URGENTLY reclaim PPI for a deceased relative 8th Jul 19 at 11:16 AM
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    'How to URGENTLY reclaim PPI for a deceased relative'

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    • NCC-1701
    • By NCC-1701 21st Aug 19, 8:11 AM
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    NCC-1701
    that it was mis-sold

    My dad was self-employed meaning it was innapropriate and the plevin rule for pre 2008 policies he had
    Originally posted by seville_2003
    The self employed can be covered by PPI. Does Plevin apply?
    • Moneyineptitude
    • By Moneyineptitude 22nd Aug 19, 4:18 PM
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    Moneyineptitude
    Does Plevin apply?
    Originally posted by NCC-1701
    In order for Plevin to apply the deceased person's finance needs to have still been current in 2008, not prior to that.
    • Barginhunter
    • By Barginhunter 24th Aug 19, 9:00 AM
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    Barginhunter
    What counts as a complaint?
    Iím sorry if this sounds daft but I need some clarification.

    My deceased parents had a mortgage with the Nationwide. I have only just discovered that I could make a claim. If I call the Nationwide and tell them I wish too make a claim but need to obtain the necessary paperwork (will and probate held at solicitors, need. to locate death certificates) does this constitute an initial complaint or do I need to be in possession of the paperwork which could very well mean I miss the deadline date?
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