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    RBS PPI Offer What next ??
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    • 22nd Feb 12, 10:07 PM
    RBS PPI Offer What next ?? 22nd Feb 12 at 10:07 PM
    Hi Everyone

    I'm another newbee to this wonderful site.

    After reading many of the you experiences (good & bad) I decided to get "in about" reclaiming PPI from the RBS.

    Made one phone call to the Manchester RBS PPI Customer Concerns Team (08000150319), spoke to a really nice guy on the other end and explained my concerns about PPI. Gave him account number; he said I would get a letter in a couple of week with a PPI reference No. Thirteen (YES 13) days later I recieved 7 offers relating to different accounts I was not aware of. Signed them all and sent them back "tracked" through Royal Mail.
    These accounts relate to a period roughly 2000 - 2009
    Wwwoooooowwww 8258 PPI refund PLUS 2748.06 int.
    There is still money outstanding (17352.08) against this account brought about due to a self-employment period failing. This outstanding decreasing balance is in the hands of a collection agency. Will the total 8777.25 go towards the outstanding or just the PPI refund and the interest to me ?

    Anyone been in this position and had a result ?
    Any advice ?
    Last edited by Ninjaboy; 22-02-2012 at 10:17 PM.
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