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wife claimed PPI back from HSBC, now findout shortchanged?


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About 18 months ago my wife claimed PPI back from HSBC.

 

They were very quick to offer the money and also to get her to accept.

I didnt think it was a lot but we accepted.

 

Recently we did a CCA and lo and behold it looks like both our application forms are not valid or enforceable.

 

No wonder they were quick to sort it out.

She accepted as full and final settlement I think.

 

My question is can she ask for a breakdown of the PPI she paid over the years and check if they have screwed us over with the payment and if they have can we put in another claim against them?

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it matters not if the cca is un-en or not, the debt still exists and that should not affect your ppi reclaim.

 

t might be an idea to scan up the cca and let cag members decided if the ppi refund was ok

 

scan your sheets/agreements

remove all pers info inc barcodes etc but leave all figures and dates.

goto one one of the many free online pdf converter websites

convert the image to pdf format.

open a new msg box here

hit go advanced below the msg box

hit manage attachments below that box

browse to your pdf file and upload it

hit close this windows at the bottom below upload it box

 

dx

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NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

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If you can convince a court that you have been misled into accepting full & final when their whole agreement was unenforceable then yes you can claim. However I suspect the lender will argue you agreed to full & final therefore you will have to look to the courts for permission to proceed to a declaration of unenforceability

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