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Keep seeing all these ads from firms claiming to search for any PPI for you. I wouldn’t mind having a try but do they charge any fees if you win ?

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Yes, if they do something for you they'll want paying in return.

 

but you don't have to do anything yourself so it's no skin off your nose.

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Yes, if they do something for you they'll want paying in return.

 

but you don't have to do anything yourself so it's no skin off your nose.

 

So do you pay them out of your PPI , but will they want paying if you don’t get any PPI ?

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So do you pay them out of your PPI , but will they want paying if you don’t get any PPI ?

 

No win, no fee.....they take a percentage of any successful claims.

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No win, no fee.....they take a percentage of any successful claims.

 

Oh, I might have a go then ! :thumbsup:

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Double check the fine print before you fully commit.

 

I'm not saying it's all dodgy, just don't trust anyone when it comes to money :thumbsup:

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Double check the fine print before you fully commit.

 

I'm not saying it's all dodgy, just don't trust anyone when it comes to money :thumbsup:

 

I agree. There are a lot of scams about.! :suspect:

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I filled in a few forms for HSBC recently and got a four figure payout in return, took me about 15 mins. I knew I was eligible though, a graduate loan from 2000.

 

---------- Post added 06-08-2018 at 17:58 ----------

 

do you need to take out life insurance to enable you to get your ppi payment sent to you.

 

No, definitely not.

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I am in the process of claiming, doing it through Gladstone Brooks, I know they take 40% but if i am successful i would only be like 'sweetie money' A friend has just got £5,000 for her mum, not to be sniffed at when you are 85! Plus i would know where to start to do it myself.

 

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......I would NOT know where to start!!

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If anyone knows that they had PPI with HSBC I can point them straight to the form to fill in, then you get 100% of the compensation.

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If anyone knows that they had PPI with HSBC I can point them straight to the form to fill in, then you get 100% of the compensation.
My wife claimed directly from her bank(s) and received a substantial amount in compensation and paid not a bean to anyone. It's not quite as easy to claim from other businesses (catalogues etc), so she used third party companies for this and paid between 30-40% in fees.

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