If you check out the links I pasted in to my last entry, CMC that specialise in PPI are going out of business due to the decline in the number of claims. I suppose it depends on which articles you choose to believe, but if the PPI claims companies are going out of business, would that not suggest that PPI is now, in monty python terms, a dead parrot?
WTF r u on about? First time I post about markets then you post load of **** about Barclays I think your talking to the wrong person. Get a life seanhunter oh and pls do find a post where I said about Barclays instead of you trying to make Bull **** up about me. Where there's blame there's a claim sounds Great for me
Lloyds need to move the business to germany or spain once hmg are out of it.They would not be bled of seven pints of blood as has happened with ppi. Its no coincidence the 2 billion set aside just about matches profits. and it will be the same for the next two years imo
"Good times"? And what on earth do you want with good times Eeyore? You are about as cheery as the waiting room of a Dignitas clinic. The other day you were messing yourself about a Barclays trading suspension that had NOTHING to do with us. The share price could go to £4 tomorrow and you'd still find something to whinge about.
You only have one life. Make your own good times. ;-)
If it were up to me I would conduct a deep audit on a sample of these "claims" and bring a prosecution for fraud on any found to be spurious. Yes I am cross about this. However the unwanted PPI telephone calls seem to have died off. Maybe a good sign....who knows?
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