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a few years back I took out a secured loan with Norton Finance (as they were then), which I could only take out if I took out PPI in the region of about £2.5k (the secured loan was for £25k (ish). The account moved from Norton Finance to Matlock Bank and then to Ascenden (#vultures!!!). The PPI was with Sterling Insurance Services or something. The secured loan was taken out in either 2004 or 2005 for 90 months (and I got into some difficulty with it - it is all resolved and paid off now - about 3 years ago). Can I claim PPI?

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yes will be against the underwriters

if you have no paperwork then an sar to asenden might be in order.

don't just send blind PPI reclaim letters

get info 1st and use the FCA PPI website fos form and a spreadsheet.

 

type iin Norton ppi in our search CAG box of the top red toolbar

and read up how to do this

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