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LLOyds Loan PPI - is this correct- thought maybe more.

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Hi

 

 

On going through the SAR on my other thread

 

 

i found a £1500 loan from 2003 over 24 months with a single premium PPI added .

 

 

The APR on the loan was 17.9% ,

although on an adjacent piece of paper it says" interest 16.62%

applied throughout the period of this statement to the whole of the outstanding balance.``

 

Is that all i can claim the 8% statutory interest???

 

Stat interest spreadsheet attached is that correct?

StatIntSheet v101 lloyds Tsb £1500 loan PPI single premium.upload.xls

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read link 1 below


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if the agreement says 9.61 PPIPCM then yes


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Ok Thanks better than nothing i suppose and i wouldn`t have found it without the extra stuff in the SAR:wink:

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ah found it

your claim to date has an error

delete it

retype it


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Dont quite understand ,it should be the present date shouldn`t it??

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yes but it has an error

the little corner arrow

 

 

dx


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Sorry i must be blind cant see anything ,i`m using open office calc

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ok could be the issue

 

 

have you actually removed all typing in that cell

clicked away to another cell

 

 

then gone back to it and re-enter the correct claim to date?

 

 

try that


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yes just tried that and it looks the same. The claim to date is todays date yes??

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ok then its lost its formula

 

 

easiest way is to download a fresh copy of the statint sheet

 

 

and copy and paste your 3 cols of data into the new one

 

 

leave the claim to date alone!

 

 

it will do it itself


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yes I checked it on here too.

 

 

it was simply a circular cell ref that meant nothing

must have been something to do with open office upload

good to go then


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