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Seeking advice as per and not sure what to do. I had a loan with Lloyds TSB and disputed the loan due to a misold PPI and they failed to send me a properly executed CCA. Anyway, I tried to reclaim the PPI but Lloyds were awkward etc and I have letters to prove this. They said they PPI was NOT misold and that my complaint was not vaild etc.

 

Yesterday I received a rather lengthy letter from Lloyds stating that they had reconsidered my complaint and would "reimburse" me but seeing that I had received a "rebate" in Sept last year this would be taken into consideration....

 

I think I need to scan this letter and post on here. Its is a few pages long and I will do this later on.

 

Apologies for this but I have warning signals left right and center about this. You comments will be appreciated when I scan the letter and post on here.

 

Ta for reading.

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teed_off,

 

What was the rebate for and why was it made to you? Lloyds really are the pits to deal with,:-x I have just

 

successfully received reimbursment for their mis-selling of LPI/PPI on a loan account.

 

 

"EXEMPLO DUCEMUS"

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Looking in.............. share interest

 

lilly


Id quot circumiret, circumveniat.

 

please do not take my word for anything please do your own research All that i make comments on are done in good faith and to the best of my knowledge

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Hi all

 

I have now scanned the letter and here it is -

http://s1017.photobucket.com/albums/af296/teed_off/?action=view&current=offer1.jpg

 

 

http://s1017.photobucket.com/albums/af296/teed_off/?action=view&current=offer2.jpg

 

http://s1017.photobucket.com/albums/af296/teed_off/?action=view&current=offer3.jpg

 

http://s1017.photobucket.com/albums/af296/teed_off/?action=view&current=offer4.jpg

 

in regards to the rebate, I can honestly say that was news to me. As just prior to this date I have a letter stating the opposite that they were not taking my complaint any further.

 

I got a bad feeling about this "offer" because the debt is now in dispute as the CCA is not on one page it is over several and my signature is on a blank page so it could be for anything.It was after putting the account in dispute I tried to for the PPI. If I agree to their terms would that be an acknowlegdement of the debt?

 

What do ya reckon?

 

Ta in advance.

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Hi

 

I would suggest asking one of the mods to move this thread to the PPI section where alot of CAGGERS - myself included have gone up against Lloyds and won on PPI issues

 

Lloyds try to wear you down with bull**** but a few have found that once it gets to teh FOS they roll over - others have taken the court route but you will find alot more information in that section


If you can keep you head when all of those around you are losing theirs try parking your helicopter somewhere else

 

 

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I have read the letters and I am confused.......What is the outstanding monies

Please don't give the sums..


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Thread moved to the PPI forum


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*bump*

 

no advice from anyone? :?:

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guess no replies means no interest. Thought that each claim would classed as different from others,

 

Never mind eh. Things are sent to trie us.

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how did this go?

 

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