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Credit card statements don't show PPI, Should we assume there's no PPI to claim?

PostPosted:Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:34 pm
by flamingate
If your old credit card paper statements show no listing of PPI, then does that definitely mean that it has not been put onto your product and you definitely do not have a claim?

Or just because the PPI is not on the listing, it shouldn't be assumed that NO ppi was sold to you? /paid out by you

Re: Credit card statements don't show PPI, Should we assume there's no PPI to claim?

PostPosted:Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:05 am
by Hayden
Hi flamingate

I am not a PPI expert but as far as I understand it if you were charged PPI on a credit card the deduction would show up on the statements. However I guess it is possible that you were charged PPI initially and then it was cancelled so it would not show on the statement you have.

At the end of the day my advice on this would be always make a claim regardless. Afterall you have nothing to lose. If there was no PPI on the accounts the bank will simply tell you.