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Hi,

 

I am hoping someone can help. I am hoping to get a mortgage and the financial advisor I am seeing requested that I collect details of any loan agreements credit card etc

 

Yesterday I went into my local branch to request copies of my balance and terms of the loan, The manager photo-copied my Credit Agreement and printed of a settlement statement. After getting back from lunch I noticed that not only have I got PPI added the copy of the credit agreement is unsigned by both parties. I checked to make sure it is definitely mine and at the top it has my name and address printed. There are absolutely no signatures on this photocopy!

 

Can anyone advise where I go from here?

 

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Moo

 

I'd write (recorded delivery) the standard CCA letter (+£1.00) asking for a signed copy of the executed agreement. Keep the one you have already, it may be different ...

 

As regards PPI, the mis-selling route would depend on a number of things - briefly: was it a condition, did you ask for it, how was it underwritten, etc. The fact that you've just noticed that it's crept into the agreement does suggest something 'not quite right'.

 

Good luck with the mortgage application, but in the meantime, approach the original lender for cancellation of the PPI, and a full refund - wait for the CCA to come back first, maybe.

 

There is a PPI S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) that might be worth rustling up ready for when it's needed.

 

HTH.

 

T.

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