Commission payments and PPI - 20 March 2020

Following the deadline for making a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Claim on 29 August 2019, Lenders are no longer accepting new Claims for PPI. However, many in the industry are now talking about commission payments, the Plevin ruling and how you may be eligible to make a Claim. You can...
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Plevin: deciding the tipping point - 20 March 2020

When Mrs Plevin took her case to the Supreme Court in 2014, an important precedent was set – where a Lender has not disclosed the amount of commission paid for arranging a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) policy in relation to a credit agreement, this can create an unfair relationship. The...
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Landmark Plevin PPI Judgment - 26 June 2018

Doran v Paragon Personal Finance Following on from the Supreme Court ruling in Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd, another case brought by Doran v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd (Paragon) was heard at Manchester County Court on 26 June 2018. The case involving a couple, Christopher and Joanne Doran, revolved around...
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Plevin PPI: Where It All Began - 12 November 2014

Plevin v Paragon Personal Finance Ltd In 2012, retired College lecturer Susan Plevin took legal action against Paragon Personal Finance Ltd (Paragon) after she found that 71.8 % of the PPI premiums she paid had nothing to do with protecting her. Susan had taken out a loan of £34,000 with...
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