Some Progress on Missold PPI Review

Back in July 2012 we wrote about the Central Bank forcing banks and other credit providers to undertake a review of PPI sales. PPI – (Payment Protection Insurance) was sold alongside loans , credit cards and mortgages – and it seems that in many cases it was mis-sold. The review is  only looking  at  PPI […]
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Slow Progress on PPI Investigations

Payment Protection Insurance Review Back in October 2012 – seven Irish financial institutions were instructed  by the Central Bank to undertake a review of all their PPI sales made since July 2007. Only 6  companies were named – they were Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank, EBS, GE Money, Ulster Bank and Permanent TSB. All […]
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Payment Protection Insurance Refunds

The  scale of the mis-selling of payment protection insurance in Ireland is  becoming clearer – as 6 Irish banks have been ordered to review all PPI policies taken out since August 2007 .  See https://www.moneyguideireland.com/payment-protection-insurance-investigation-the-latest.html Earlier in 2012 AIB and BOI had to refund about €4 million in PPI premiums.  See – https://www.moneyguideireland.com/ppi-refunds-of-e4-million-paid-out.html These refunds […]
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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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PPI – Some Reasons you might have for Claiming a Refund

The possible mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance  (PPI) in Ireland has been investigated in the past by the Central Bank . The latest  review of the selling of payment protection insurance in Ireland was carried out by the Central Bank in 2011 .They looked into the  suitability of sales of payment protection insurance to customers […]
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