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have lloyds been known to forge signatures ?

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Good Afternoon everyone.


I've been asked to look at my father in laws PPI.

In 1998 he took out a 10,000 loan over 12 months, with Lloyds with ppi of £3992 added to the loan.

he distinctly remembers the loan meeting and did not ask for PPi to be added and even though the loan manager had ticked the box he refused to sign that section.


I've just had his paperwork through after an SAR and this loan agreement clearly shows 2 signatures, one for the loan. and the other  which is similar but oh so definitely not his signature for the PPi, some of the signature is close to looking like his , but more is wrong than right, also he is very particular and always signs straight and on the line, the PPi signature is so wonky and points at nearly 60 degrees up the page across the contract text.


He's one of them old school people that trusts the bank manager to be the friendly honest person that would never be underhanded, and as such never questioned the payments as it was all done standing order.


Has anyone ever heard of signatures being forged or added by Lloyds after meetings ? as he swears this is not his signature.


Many Thanks 

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A full signature window been carried out by "Lloyds" in their it wouldn't be a corporate swindle – but on the other hand they could easily have been a greedy Lloyds employee who decided to benefit from the commission. That is highly likely to have happened more than once although whether it has happened in your case, it is not possible to say.

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Just for information, my daughter took out a loan many years ago and the bank swore that she and her husband had been present and had signed for PPI, however he was a serving soldier and could prove that he was serving overseas at the time he was alleged to have signed. She got compensation.

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