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Hello all,

 

first post prompted by success with my PPI claim with LTSB

 

I took out a Cahoot flexi loan in 2001 which I'm still paying off now,

this was an internet application etc, and have discovered I'm paying PPI as part of the monthly payment

 

looking at other posts Ive missed the rate hike opportunity but am looking finally after getting my butt in gear to make a claim for PPI

 

throughout the life of the loan I have had available to me company sick pay, pension, death in service benefits etc

 

I no longer have the original details of the paperwork, but believe I may be able to get a copy from cahoot / santander?

 

If i cannot claim for a ppi refund how do I go about contacting them to cancel my ppi policy so at least I can reduce my monthly payment

 

any help or advice would be greatly appreciated

 

Rick

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you need to send an sar to Santander.

 

that should get you all the info you need

 

at the same time

 

there is nothing to stop

you writing a letter cancelling the PPI.

 

dx


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Update to this after,

 

 

contacting Santander to make a complaint

 

 

I completed the questionnaire and they found in my favour,

 

 

the friday before christmas I had £13k paid back to me,

 

 

all sorted in just under 7 weeks

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