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Peoples Bank of Connecticut PPI (CC biz sold to Citi)

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Hello all,

 

I've been watching the whole PPI thing and laughing as I would never be so stupid (don't take this literally) as to pay for it, being self employed...

 

Then I realised after a chance meeting with a friend I worked with way back then that back in 1998 I did pay it - on a Peoples Bank of Connecticut credit card, whilst I was still in full time education and earning the odd part time bean. So very much a misselling (I'd guess).

 

However, I don't have any info from back then.

 

Am I correct there is very little point doing a SAR for such old material, I wasn't using a student accomodation address so could supply details easily, just that I've read that Citi seem to never admit to having anything prior to 6 years old?

 

TIA, PEno1

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There are some banks that keep data that far back. However I think you are correct in that the likes of Citi might not admit to it.

 

Could be worth a try, if you have £10.00 to spare ?


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Perhaps - having had a think about it it might have been something like £2.49 a month and I was only with them for about 10 months...

 

Soon I was in a job where a now well known 'money saving' personality advised us all at a talk on pensions that we were unlikely to be sacked from gov work (ha!)

and only a fool would pay for that kind of protection, I've certainly never wasted my money on payment protection since.

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