PPI Refunds in Ireland

The issue of mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI)  was very widespread in the UK and it looks like the banks also tried to make easy profits from it here in Ireland. It came to light over three years ago that several  financial institutions in Ireland (just like in the UK) had probably been selling PPI […]
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Six Year Limit on PPI Complaints Needs to Be Changed

Concern about the  mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance  and other financial products is increasing.  The number of complaints to the Financial Services Ombudsman  has risen dramatically in the past year – but they are still on a much smaller scale than in the UK. In the last 6 months of 2012 the Financial Services Ombudsman  […]
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Payment Protection Insurance Investigation – the Latest

Back in July 2012 the Central Bank  announced that 7 firms in Ireland were being told to review all their PPI sales since 2007. It did not name the firms at the time. Today the Central Bank of Ireland has named 6 of the 7 involved in the review of possible mis-selling : They are   […]
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