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A crack-down on misleading consumer practices, including those which end up costing people money they aren’t expecting, has been set out in today’s Budget.
Consumers who were mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) must submit any complaints by 29 August 2019.
The RBS Group, which includes RBS and NatWest, put aside £601 million in 2016 to cover mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI), according to the banks’ financial results published today.
Profits at Barclays increased dramatically in the last year, although the bank continues to pay out large amounts of payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation.
American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Singapore Airlines, and Turkish Airlines, have been warned to stop refusing to pay flight delay compensation claims – or face court action.
Lloyds Bank increased profits by 158% during 2016, thanks to a smaller number of payment protection insurance (PPI) claims.
HSBC has increased the amount of cash put aside for payment protection insurance (PPI) claims, its latest annual results show.
Approximately 300,000 customers of Express Gifts are to receive a share of £12.5 million in redress after being sold insurance that offered little or no value.
More complaints were made about payment protection insurance (PPI) than any other type of financial product during the last three months of 2016.
Financial information is a verbose minefield for many, which can lead to people losing their money, according to new research conducted by financial services provider Aviva.
How much would you be prepared to spend (or have you spent) on independent financial advice about your pensions and investments in the run up to retirement?
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