Reclaim PPI From Danske Bank
If you bank with Danske Bank or have done in the last 27 years and have had a loan, credit card or mortgage with them, then there is a substantial chance that you have paid Payment Protection Insurance. This was aggressively sold on all of their personal lending products.
The Beat the Banks team are full of banking and Financial Services expertise and we do things differently. If you still bank with Danske Bank or have done up to 10 to 12 years ago, we can normally recover your FULL banking records back as far as the late 1990’s. Our approach is completely different to other claims companies who in comparison, only request and receive the bare minimum account information from lenders.
Recovering full banking paperwork means we can be as extremely accurate about where, why and when your PPI was sold. These are absolutely essential points if you want to give each and every single claim the best possible chance of success. Not only that, the information supplied also allows us to undertake a forensic check for borrowing with PPI that might have been taken through other lenders since approximately 2000.
How we submit your Danske Bank claims is different too. We never do simple letters of complaint. We only use 12-page Financial Ombudsman PPI Consumer Questionnaires, backed up by the evidence taken from the records received from Danske bank. This means that every single complaint is individual to each and every person and to every single lending product sold to them with Payment Protection Insurance.
Danske Bank was formerly known as the Northern Bank and was owned by the Midland Bank from 1965. In the early 1980’s, Midland bought a mortgage bank in the USA called Crocker National. It was a disastrous move. A fire sale ensued, and they quickly offloaded both the Northern and Clydesdale Bank along with Thomas Cook. Both banks were snapped up by National Australia Bank (NAB) in 1988 and 1989. Interestingly, a certain Fred Goodwin worked with NAB on the acquisitions.
In Northern Ireland, Northern Bank continued to trade under that name until 2005, when the Danske bank, the biggest bank in Denmark, acquired both the Northern Bank and the National Irish in the South. In late 2012, the bank finally started trading under the Danske Bank name.
Like all British banks, Danske Bank have had their occasional scrapes with the Regulator and in 2003 they were fined £1.25 million by the FSA for failures on money laundering controls.
To find out more about how we can help you recover PPI mis-sold by Northern Bank and Danske Bank please call our office on 01382 200474 or 0800 193 1234. We are open from 8am-8pm Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, we close at 6pm and on Saturdays it’s 10am-2pm.
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