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How Arnold Schwarzenegger Would Respond to the PPI Scandal

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently released an advert featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger to promote the upcoming PPI claim deadline.

You now only have until 29th August 2019 to make your claim. After this, any money you were unfairly charged by banks is lost forever.

We’ve taken inspiration from the advert’s star to explain what the PPI deadline means by using some of our favourite Arnie quotes to help.

“Allow me to break the ice” – Batman & Robin (1997) 

We, along with many consumer champions, have been fighting the deadline imposed by the FCA as it may cut off people from getting the money they are rightfully owed.

However, now that FCA have bowed to the pressure from the banks by imposing a deadline, we will do everything we can so that you make the right choice for yourself within the next two years.

Time may be running out but you can still make a hassle-free claim with us.

So, what are you waiting for? “Do it … Do it now!” – Predator (1987)

As the PPI deadline approaches we’re counting down the days, hours, minutes and seconds down on our homepage countdown clock.

Two years may still seem like plenty of time but, before you know it, it’ll be 2020 and you will have missed your chance.

If you’ve taken out any form of credit (mortgages, loans, hire purchase agreements, car finance, credit card or store cards) from as early as the 1980s until as recently as 2013, you could be owed compensation – even if you’re still paying off the credit.

We operate on a no win, no fee* basis, carrying out all the necessary checks and building a comprehensive case centred around relevant regulation and law.

You’ll need to contact us though as we never cold call and we’ll also never pass on your details to anyone else.

Sounds too good to be true?

“Ha ha ha, you think this is the real Quiad? … It is!” – Total Recall (1990) 

Arnie loves to defeat the bad guys, and so do we.

Banks and finance providers had it far too good for far too long, taking advantage of tens of millions of customers by adding lucrative PPI policies to their credit agreements.

The fightback started long ago and we won’t stop until the banks have been forced to repay what is owed if you’ve been mis-sold PPI.

We want to make sure that everyone understands the FCA deadline and its consequences.

We don’t want anyone missing out on their claim because of it.

“I’m the party pooper” – Kindergarten Cop (1990)

The banks have spent years enjoying the tens of billions in extra income they stole by mis-selling PPI.

Now is the time to spoil their party, and we take great pleasure in doing so.

They might celebrate the day the claim deadline arrives but let’s make sure they pay out as much as possible before 29th August 2019.

If you’re worrying that you can’t claim because you can’t find your account details – don’t.

“No problemo” – Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) 

We generally don’t need account numbers, dates or paperwork to check to see if you’ve had PPI as our electronic systems can check for you.

If the checks confirm you were sold PPI we will obtain any recollections you have about how you took the credit out, and add that to a more technical case based on consumer contract law and insurance sales regulations to build a comprehensive case on your behalf.

We will then deal with any arguments or requests that your provider may respond with and keep you updated throughout.

Ready to go? “It’s showtime” – The Running Man (1987)

 

Whenever you want to make a claim, we’re here to carry it out.

Don’t wait too long, or you can say “Hasta la vista, baby” – Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) to ever seeing your money again. Or as Arnie puts it in the FCA PPI deadline advert, “Bye byes for the PPI”.

The mis-selling of PPI may soon be terminated but there are other scams out there, like packaged bank accounts (PBA).

“I’ll be back” – The Terminator (1984)

 

FCA advert

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