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    • Mrsg100415
    • By Mrsg100415 11th Jan 18, 10:53 PM
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    PPI Claim after a Scottish Trust Deed but Insolvency Practitioner liquidated
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    PPI Claim after a Scottish Trust Deed but Insolvency Practitioner liquidated 11th Jan 18 at 10:53 PM
    I am praying some one can give me a bit of advice. I was made the subject of a Scottish Protected Trust Deed from September 2010 until March 2014; during this period my trustee reportedly undertook PPI refund claims against all of my creditors. I was subsequently discharged from the Trust Deed in June 2014 and have received no further correspondence from my trustee. Unfortunately am I in the process of divorce proceedings and I have contacted all debtors over the last 15 years in order to check if I was due any refunds. Northern Rock have confirmed that I am due quite a considerable refund of PPI, however, as the loan was included within the Trust Deed the money cannot be refunded to me. I have, however, received a payout from Santander whose debt was also included in the Trust Deed. I contacted the Ombudsman regarding the situation who have claimed that I need to have something in writing from my trustee declaring no further interest in my financial affairs otherwise the refund will not be paid out. Here lies the problem....the insolvency company the trustee worked for applied for liquidation in September 2017 and no longer exist.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction regarding contacting this trustee or the company please. Has anyone ever experienced this situation previously? Thank you in advance for any advice on this.
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