Monthly Archives: September 2010
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) fined UK credit card provider Capital One £175,000 for failing to adequately protect its customers against the risk of being mis-sold PPI (payment protection insurance) with its cards.
Internet bank Egg was fined £721,000 for failings in the way it sold payment protection insurance (PPI) to its credit card customers. 40% of telephone sales of PPI between January 2005 and December 2007 showed major failings advised the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
A testimonial from R P Holden, a client that had three complaints with three different companies resolved by Canary Claims. R P Holden was extremely impressed not just with the resolution of his claims, but also the service that he received.
Liverpool Victoria was fined £840,000 by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) for breaching regulations when selling almost 15,000 payment protection insurance (PPI) policies between 2005 and 2007.