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New PPI Claim - offer recieved

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Hi,

 

Excuse the lack of detail as i do not actually know anything and i only called Natwest as a PPI claim company kept hassling me and indicated you could of had PPI even though rejected. This was back in 2004 i had a loan i don't know the value exactly or period etc, this was refinanced with another loan with then a couple of times (loan chain) I think the first loan was 2 or 3k. over 2 maybe 3 years

 

They came back with a some forms to fill Declaration and acceptance i just want to understand whether the banks offer is likely to be trustworthy.

 

main wording being, I wish to accept the Banks net offer of £705, in full and final settlement of all or any claims which i might have against RBS for loan account number xxx

**edit sorry the loan chains letter have same working but different figures in total it adds up to roughly £850

 

Thanks in advance for any help or advice you can add or give, if not then thank you for looking and have a great day ;-)

 

Best regards

Edited by bowow
**edit sorry the loan chains letter have same working but different figures in total it adds up to roughly £850

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Hi bowow and Welcome to CAG

 

The only way you can check if their offer is legit is to send a DSAR (Data Subject Access Request) to NW and get all your data and verify your PPI...thats all the claim companies do.

 

Look in the Library for our template...the fee is £10 and can take upto 40 days for NW to comply.

 

Regards

 

Andy


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