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The Masked Tulip

Cpi Versus Ppi Insurance Claim - What Is The Difference?

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Havign just read several sites such as Moneysavingexpert I am, in truth, none the wiser whether I can claim for CPI or PPI. Apparently it is too late for CPI - whatever it is.

The only thing I am clear on is that I had, on one card, something called Sentinel Gold which, according to Moneysavingexpert, is something entirely different to what I was also paying to Barclaycard and Halifax with each bill.

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CPP - covers your card against fraud

PPI - covers your repayments in events of accident/sickness/redundancy (or at least, was supposed to :D)

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CPP - covers your card against fraud

PPI - covers your repayments in events of accident/sickness/redundancy (or at least, was supposed to :D)

Ah, right - I had the latter for several years when I was self-employed. I need to look into that.

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Ah, right - I had the latter for several years when I was self-employed. I need to look into that.

You may have a valid claim then, because most PPI policies didn't cover self-employment.

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You may have a valid claim then, because most PPI policies didn't cover self-employment.

Yep, I am pretty certain that I have a claim with Halifax and possibly Sainsburys. Not sure about Barclaycard as I have paypment protection listed and also this Sentinel thing. The Barclaycard one is the vague one.

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Heard a radio ad for claims for those who have/had PIP breast implants. Well, it's the same letters at PPI, let the bandwagon continue....

I am confident that TMT is interested in breast implants also.

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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