List of Lenders who Mis Sold PPI

High Street Lenders (Prime Market):

(last updated on 27/07/2016)

Any loan taken out post 2000 we can find the account number for the customer but prior to this date the customer must still have access to the original paperwork.

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Lloyds Banking Group Consists of:

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Barclays Bank Group Consists of:

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HSBC Group Consists of:

  • HSBC Bank
  • HFC Bank
  • Marks and Spencer Financial Services
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RBS Group Consists of:

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 Santander Group Consists of:

Sub-Prime Lenders (no high street branches):

Generally applied for over the phone or Internet for people with a less than perfect credit rating. We will only take on these cases sold post 2003.

  • Welcome Finance.
  • Beneficial Finance.
  • GE Money.
  • Freedom Finance.
  • Littlewoods (Catalogue Loans). These are generally under £1,000 and low value)
  • IF-Intelligent Finance.

FAQs

What is PPI?

PPI stands for Payment Protection Insurance. It is an insurance product that was sold along side financial products (such as loans, credit cards and mortgages) which was intended to cover any payments in case you were not able to make them because of unforeseen circumstances. More detailed information is available on our What Is PPI page.

What does PPI cover you for?

PPI is an insurance product that is designed to cover clients’ (you) repayments of an outstanding debt in the event of accident, sickness, redundancy or death. PPI is typically in the form of a loan and is usually sold by banks and other credit providers as an add-on to the loan or mortgage. With credit cards it’s a monthly amount payable dependent upon the balance outstanding.

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