This story was originally carried by the Sunday Post. We highlight how the “Unemployment” portion of any ASU (Accident, Sickness & Unemployment Policy) was all but worthless, for NHS employees in Scotland.Read More
THOUSANDS of NHS workers have been mis-sold income protection insurance despite enjoying a no-compulsory redundancy guarantee, it has been claimed. reports Andrew Picken in The Sunday Post A Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) claims’ firm has said the policies should never have been sold to health workers as they enjoy among the best job security possible.…Read More
We specialise in older claims. Beat The Banks and Evening Telegraph focus on the mis-sold PPI locally that remains unclaimed. Many people now in their late 60’s or 70’s borrowed heavily in the last 25 years.Read More
Beat the Banks meet with RBS senior management and as a direct result, RBS group change policy to allow second named parties to personal loans to reclaim joint loan paperwork and gain the right to half of any claim paid for mis-sold PPI.Read More
Just months after Lloyds Banking Group were issued with the biggest FCA retail fine ever of £117 million for failing to treat PPI complaints fairly, we discover that they are at it again.
We also highlight how the RBS group continually break the Data Protection Act 1998.Read More
We highlight the impact of the Plevin case and how an unfair PPI commission will allow a completely different type of claim for mis-sold PPI. Only at the end of August 2017, will the FCA issue official guidelines.Read More
The FCA fined Clydesdale Bank a then record £20.70 million in April 2015 for mis-handling PPI complaints. We have continued to work closely on this with the bank and they have now agreed, that fresh evidence will now be accepted on previously rejected cases.Read More