Clydesdale PPI provision up again
Little did NAB know of the blatant mis-selling, manipulation and cheating that was happening right under their noses but all would soon come to light.
In October 2014 NAB decided they’d had enough and announced plans to ditch Clydesdale and Yorkshire, such was the reputational and monetary damage being done.
PPI bill and fines
Yesterday we learned that the Clydesdale PPI provision, which includes Yorkshire Bank, was increasing by £420m.
This latest addition takes the overall Clydesdale PPI provision beyond £1.6bn, which when taking into account the relatively small size of the banks, puts into context the scale in which these banks were ripping off their customers.
Furthermore, the £420m set aside takes the overall PPI bill to UK banks and lenders to a cool £31bn.
As if this wasn’t bad enough Clydesdale / Yorkshire also received a record fine of £20.7m at the time it was issued in April of this year.
This was due to their failings in handling PPI complaints, and manipulation of records in order to try and show PPI wasn’t sold, when indeed it was.
Have you had PPI?
PPI was sold on all forms of credit, such as mortgages, loans, car finance, hire purchase agreements, credit cards and store cards.
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Making a Clydesdale / Yorshire PPI Claim
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