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PPI Scandal - The Actual Shame of the Bailed Out Banks

31st January 2012
Payment Protection Insurance, shortened basically as 'PPI', is actually in principle an exceptionally responsible insurance product that made to protect people in case these people are unable to satisfy the payments of their particular loan or perhaps cre... Read >
Author: rina

More reasons to avoid IVA and sign up to a debt management plan instead?

22nd November 2011
If you believe the adverts, IVA providers would like you to think that they’re ‘government backed’, that you’ll have ‘75% of your debts written off’ and that IVAs are ‘new legislation’. Debt Management companies offering IVA’s have prospered year on year ... Read >
Author: Kevin Fielder

The Importance of Mortgage Insurance

19th January 2011
One of the best things a person can give himself is a house. It is a very important yet very expensive investment one can attain. Some individuals even consider it as one of the best asset one can claim. Besides, having your own form of shelter is one o... Read >
Author: toddfield

Reclaim PPI Premiums

13th January 2011
There are thousands of people who, despite the FSA applying new stringent guidelines with regards, are still being mis sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI.) Chances are you have come across PPI in some form if you have had a loan, mortgage or credit ca... Read >
Author: matthewcollins

Who are the Claims Advisory Group?

23rd November 2010
The Claims Advisory Group are a market leading claims company specialising in the recovery of mis-sold policies, such as Payment Protection Insurance. They attempt to recover all unfair charges from the financial companies that levied them and return them... Read >
Author: Sarah Garrod

A History of Mis Selling

29th May 2009
HIGH RISK BONDS:Otherwise known as 'Precipice' Bonds or 'high income' bonds which originally surfaced around 2000. Lloyds TSB again faced a substantial compensation bill of £98 million, 44% of the policies sold being unsuitable for those individuals. The... Read >
Author: Martyn Witt
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