Who is the actor in the Gladstone Brookes advert?
Dan Richardson was born on August 29, 1971 in London, England. He is an actor and producer, known …
How much commission do Gladstone Brookes take?
Its some of the recurring commision that I was charged. On top of my refund I have to pay tax. Gladstone brookes want 24% of the whole amount (before tax is deducted).
Who owns Gladstone Brookes?
Lisa O’Neill, at 39 the youngest of the PPI multimillionaires, is listed as the 100% owner of Warrington-based Gladstone Brookes, which boasts on its website that it has recovered more than £1bn for customers.
Where are Gladstone Brookes based?
Gladstone Brookes are a PPI Claims company based in Warrington, England. Since 2007 we have successfully recovered over £500 million in mis-sold PPI.
Can I email Gladstone Brookes?
If you need to speak to us about your invoice our friendly staff are willing and able to help you out. You can either email us at [email protected] or call us direct on 01925 320 904.
How much does Gladstone Brookes charge for PPI?
Our fulfilment partner’s fees are 30% + VAT a total of 36% of the gross amount of rebate received on your behalf. If you are successful but the rebate is used towards any arrears you may owe then you will need to pay the fees from your own funds.
How do I complain to Gladstone Brookes?
How to Make a Complaint. Complaints may be made in writing, by e-mail to [email protected] , by telephone on 01925 320814, or in any other form in respect of a service that we have provided to you.
Are companies still paying out PPI?
The PPI deadline passed on 29 August 2019, so most people can no longer reclaim, be that direct to a bank, using our free reclaim tool, or via a claims firm. For a handful, exceptional circumstances might mean it’s still possible, but for the majority, the door is firmly shut.
How was PPI mis sold?
How were the banks mis-selling PPI? Banks and other lenders sold PPI to their customers without fully explaining what it covered. In the worst case scenarios, the banks/lenders lied to customers by telling them it was a compulsory element of a loan, or they simply added it without the borrowers’ consent.