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Claiming PPI after being discharged from Trust Deed

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  • Claiming PPI after being discharged from Trust Deed

    I have been discharged from a Trust Deed and have had a letter saying I have been successful in reclaiming mis sold PPI yet the money is going to the Trustees.Can anyone give me any advice please.
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    Re: Claiming PPI after being discharged from Trust Deed

    This article may help: http://www.trust-deed.co.uk/news/can...eppiclaims.php


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      Re: Claiming PPI after being discharged from Trust Deed

      Scottish bankruptcy law is different to England/ Wales in that although a Trust Deed has been discharged the AiB can still claim financial assets after the formal discharge, even many years after apparently. I spoke to the AiB their self and they confirmed the latter. There is also a Scottish law to this effect (statutory instrument).


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