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:roll: Got there in the end....let us know once the Consent has been sealed and the claim discontinued.

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Hi everyone,

 

 

Firstly I really must apologise for not updating on this sooner.

 

 

As expected they discontinued the claim! What a huge relief that was and I honestly cannot thank you all enough for your help through this.....especially considering how patient Andy was! :humble:

 

 

One condition of them discontinuing the claim was that I would not go after them for anything. So my question is, does this mean I can't now claim for PPI from MBNA? I'm guessing that the PPI is direct with MBNA so I can start the process but if someone could please advise, thank you

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" One condition of them discontinuing the claim was that I would not go after them for anything. So my question is, does this mean I can't now claim for PPI from MBNA? I'm guessing that the PPI is direct with MBNA so I can start the process but if someone could please advise, thank you "

 

If that was a term agreed as part of the Consent...then no you cant...as you will be in breach of the Consent Order.

If it was not in the Consent order...then yes you can

 

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Andy

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:thumb: Better to pm it to me as confidentially is usually another term of the consent......

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