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PPI Success Stories

Our client’s success stories

Every week we see the number of our clients receiving a payout as a result of our hard work. We want to share some of the successes with you. Click on your Bank name to see an example of some of our client’s stories. You too could be due redress for mis-sold PPI.

“We had heard all about PPI being mis-sold and a few of our friends had got some money back. We registered on the website [www.PPIClaimsScotland.org] then were contacted to confirm a few details. We signed the letters they sent us and a few weeks later we started getting letters and offers from our banks. So far we have had over £16,000 with some still outstanding. We are so happy we registered. Now we are getting our house finished and planning a big holiday for next summer.”

-C & S W, from Kirkintilloch

“I didn’t think I would get any money back from a loan I had taken out in 2005 but PPI Claims Scotland did all the work for me and I got back £3700. I couldn’t be more happy as I thought I needed PPI along with my loan and I didn’t.”

– Jane McPherson, Dundee

HALIFAX / BANK OF SCOTLAND

We have picked some of our clients at random who have received a payout from Halifax and Bank of Scotland for mis-sold PPI.

Mrs JC from Troon instructed us to pursue her claim against Bank of Scotland to get back the PPI she had paid on two of her loans. We reviewed her case and identified that she had been mis-sold PPI by Bank of Scotland. We managed to get a full refund for both her loans with Bank of Scotland and she received a PPI refund of £2,140.84.

Mr and Mrs IM from Ayr were concerned that they had paid Bank of Scotland PPI on their loans and mortgage. They made it clear to us that they did not want to pay any PPI to Bank of Scotland. We successfully claimed a total of £14,504.34 in payments and interest they had paid to Bank of Scotland for PPI they did not want or need.

Mr GMcG from Aviemore noticed that he had been paying PPI on two of his credit cards with Bank of Scotland which he was not happy about. We investigated his claims and found that Bank of Scotland had mis-sold his PPI when he took out his credit cards. We contacted Bank of Scotland and successfully claimed £11,308.54 for him.

CLYDESDALE BANK

We have picked some of our clients at random who have received a payout from Clydesdale Bank for mis-sold PPI.

Mr C from Kirkcaldy contacted us because he noticed that he was paying PPI on his Clydesdale Bank credit card. We asked him a few questions to establish if he could have been mis-sold. We chose to pursue his claim further and he received a payout of £10,256.26.

Mr GC from Aberdeen asked us to look into his accounts to see if he would be due any redress for any PPI he paid to Clydesdale Bank. He wasn’t sure how much PPI, if any he had paid to Clydesdale Bank on his loans and credit card. We contacted Clydesdale Bank and it confirmed that he had paid some PPI so we pursued a claim as we believed it should not have been sold to him.  As a result of our work he received a payment of £30,846.25 for the PPI he paid on his credit card and £15,465.04 for the PPI he had paid on his loans. He received a total of a massive £46,311.29! He could not believe how much he had paid and how much Clydesdale Bank now had to pay him! You too could be owed money for any PPI you paid to Clydesdale Bank

Mr DS from Kelso wanted to get back the PPI he had paid alongside his mortgage payments with Clydesdale Bank. A few months after we started his claim he received a payout from Clydesdale Bank for his mis-sold PPI getting a total of £5,227.44.

LLOYDS / LLOYDS TSB

We have picked some of our clients at random who have received a payout from Lloyds for mis-sold PPI.

Ms DR from Peterhead asked us to investigate whether she would be due any PPI she paid to her Lloyds Loans. We gathered all the information she had and put forward a claim to get her Lloyds PPI back and 8 weeks later she received a payment of £6,215.89.

Mrs CMcA from Newton Stewart told us that she had a credit card which she only used from time to time for small purchases and never had any debt on it. We identified that she had paid PPI even although any balance was always very small and helped her reclaim £469.89 back for her Lloyds PPI payments.

Mr and MRS CW heard about us from a family friend. They asked us to investigate their accounts to check whether they had paid any PPI to Lloyds on their mortgages and loans. We found that Lloyds had charged PPI on a number of accounts which they didn’t even know they had paid PPI for. By the time we had investigated all the accounts they received five payments totalling £13,294.08 which they said they used to finish their garden and treat all the family to a holiday.

ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND (RBS)

We have picked some of our clients at random who have received a payout from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for mis-sold PPI.

Miss BD registered online and provided us with details of the PPI she had paid to Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). We looked into her claims a bit further and along with our knowledge and expertise we discovered that she had been mis-sold PPI by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). By the time we completed our investigations she received a PPI refund of £1,155.65.

Mr and Mrs E asked us to investigate Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to find out if they were due any redress for any PPI they had paid on their loans and credit card. We discovered that they had paid PPI on five loans and a credit card. We believed that they had been mis-sold PPI by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and decided to take on their case. Upon completion of our investigations they received £6,825.89 as a result of being mis-sold PPI.

Mrs MD registered online and we contacted her to discuss her case further. We found out that she had been paying PPI on two of her Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) loans which we believed she should not have been paying. We put together our case and submitted it to Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) PPI team who investigated our claims. Seven weeks later the bank agreed with our claims and agreed to refund £11,376.76 for the mis-sold PPI she had paid.