Check your credit report (Free online). It will show all providers you have used in the last six years. You will need to ask each provider if you had PPI on the product you had with them. Most providers will accept that enquiry as the start of the claim and providing you do that by tomorrow. Then you are on the way. Fail to do it by tomorrow and if you are owed PPI you will lose it.planteria wrote: ↑Mon Aug 26, 2019 8:37 pmdespite recognising the importance of AT's advice, i finished up doing a long day at work on friday, and then on saturday i came down ill... just trying to get straight and on to this now, and not really with it...
the Resolver tool seems a good option, but the form seems to be based around knowing that you Have Had PPI with the credit provider. whereas all i'm looking to do is check with all providers whether i have had it or not.... i don't think i ever have, but i've had up to 24 credit cards at a time, and several mortgages over the years.
Even on MSE forum posters advise against Resolver. Apparently it loses complaints. Given the timeframe, check the FCA website for details of how to submit complaints direct.
No one is 'owed' PPI as such. You submit a complaint that it was mis-sold.
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