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Barclys partner finance strong armed me in to a loan Richie2128

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 6:03 pm
by growler1999
Hi all.

Some years ago around 2009 I took out a loan with barclys partner finance of 6k for a construction course. At the time I was not made aware of the fact that the loan would cost over 12k to repay. I don't evenue know if the guy I signed up with worked for barclys partner or the training provider. I plan on seeing if there is any ppi owed. Is there any one else out there that knows of other ways to claw back money on this type of account

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:22 am
by modoatk



Hi all.

Some years ago around 2009 I took out a loan with barclys partner finance of 6k for a construction course. At the time I was not made aware of the fact that the loan would cost over 12k to repay.
Originally posted by Richie2128


Even though it was printed on the loan agreement that you signed?

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:08 pm
by misson20000



Hi all.

Some years ago around 2009 I took out a loan with barclys partner finance of 6k for a construction course. At the time I was not made aware of the fact that the loan would cost over 12k to repay. I don't evenue know if the guy I signed up with worked for barclys partner or the training provider. I plan on seeing if there is any ppi owed. Is there any one else out there that knows of other ways to claw back money on this type of account
Originally posted by Richie2128


Wait until you take out a mortgage, then you'll really start moaning about how the amount paid back isn't fair (in your opinion)

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 9:25 am
by Kingrawrian
PPI is never "owed", you establish if you had it then complain and see if they agree - if it was included in the loan (called single premium) you might have some success, if it was a separate monthly charge it's not as likely