If after all these years, all the news exposure, all the spam phone calls, emails, newspaper adverts you haven't claimed back your 'missold' ppi then you shouldn't get it. Simples. If you can't engage 2 brain cells after all this time then you deserve to be missold and people with some intelligence I.e. The shareholders should profit at their expense. Whether it's morally right or not.
its so boring some days computer screens full of charts day and night at least if we get a rise on the lloyds board it brakes up the day with abit of banter ... whilst i wait to see if my order fills at 80.9 ship over and out pretty bored. oh and its raining
I've seen estimates from various learned members of the press for Lloyds Bank's LIBOR liability of up to £1 billion so for me £218 million is a pleasant surprise as it closes out the group's liability for the UK & USA.
£70 million to close out the Repo Rate issue is also good, a minor slap on the wrist.
Also had them that long. But one of thesedays it will go up, its been a big waste of time otherwise. Talking it down does not help it. If it does not go up to 80p again they can't discount to 75p again for there pals. Under that and it would look like a cut up which it is but not as openly. PPI is a joke yes, and it should only be paid to people who have not used the service they have paid for, if they have no PPI return. I remeber being offered PPI and saying NO why couldn't they also annoys me.
I face the facts. This bank has alot of crooks running it. I've had shares in here since 2007. How many times have we seen the SP drop on the day of results. How about when del monte led the charge on ppi 8% drop when he came out with that gem. What he should have said is don't expect a penny from us you bunch of loosers.
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