- The Cost Of The PPI Scandal Continues – FCA Funding Increase
- Barclays Failing To Pay Up After Upholding Complaints
- The Banks Are Rejecting Thousands of Legitimate Claims!
- There is Still £18.3 Billion! In Existing PPI Policies Unclaimed!
- Lloyds TSB Received Nearly 1.4 Million PPI Complaints In 2012
- Lloyds TSB Fined £4.3Million For Delays In PPI Payments
- PPI Complaints – The Financial Ombudsman Overwhelmed With 11,000 Complaints A Week
The depth of the PPI Mis-selling scandal increases once again. This time it is not the usual increase of the funds the banks are making available to compensate victims, but the cost to the regulator for dealing with complaints. The … Continue reading
A recent news article in the Guardian (see the link below), shows just how out of touch Barclays Bank / Barclaycard really are. The article advises of a lady who had managed to obtain herself an offer of redress from Barclays, … Continue reading
You may have seen in the news recently, the ever increasing number of PPI claims being sent to the Financial Ombudsman Service. We, amongst our industry peers and numerous consumers out there, are seeing that many of the major banking … Continue reading
Latest Figures suggest there could be around 11 million PPI policies that customers have not yet claimed back. Most of the customers who have paid for them are even unlikely to know they even had a policy! The 11 million … Continue reading
After the recent fine that was imposed on Lloyds TSB, due to their inability to pay PPI compensation on time, figures recently released show just how many of their clients complained to them in 2012, in relation to mis-sold PPI. The … Continue reading
Lloyds TSB have been fined due to further malpractices associated with Payment Protection Insurance, more commonly known as PPI. Despite the bank coming under fire on several occasions for their poor practices, they continue to treat their customers unfairly. Lloyds … Continue reading
The latest figures released from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) suggest the majority of the major banks are still failing to treat their customers fairly. The FOS were receiving 11,000 complaints a week, in the period between October and December 2012. … Continue reading