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Hi all, I tried reclaiming ppi I had with an old pre 2005 principles card. The ppi was sold to me over the phone, I never received any terms and conditions so was not really sure what it entailed. As it is I never needed the insurance as I was working full time and was entitled to 6 months full pay and 6 months half. Santander have now written to me asking for prove of sickness benefit as they have had to go back to the insurers and will not uphold the complaint unless I can provide this. Unfortunately I left the company 14 years ago and they have since ceased trad
Hi there, Please can anyone help. I had a Principles card many,many years ago (GE Finance at first I think), it then changed to Santander and it called a Burtons card. I have just realised that I am still paying Acc Cover PPI on this. If I was to make a claim who would it be with - GE finance or Santander? many thanks
Hi, this thread is to deal with the Principles part of my bigger debt problem found here, it explains how I got in this position and the overall debt mountain involved: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?387784-Big-Debt-Problem...HELP Stopped paying them in December when I cancelled my DMP… Shall I CCA them?
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has issued a new set of principles around the use of continuous payment authorities (CPAs) after it found evidence that customers are not always aware of what they are signing up to. It has developed the principles following a sweep of websites using CPAs revealed that traders are not making it clear to consumers that they are being signed up to a CPA, or about their rights to cancel. CPAs have come under scrutiny recently after the OFT raised concerns in its interim report published in November, as part of its review into payday lenders, into the use of CPAs b