Christmas Loans

Over the years a spate of dodgy Christmas loans websites have cropped up, their purpose is to flout the FCA guidelines and either loan money illegally or con people out of money. Typically, when you approach a dodgy loan website, they make all sorts of spurious claims about how easy it will be to get ...

CPP Claims

Not content with selling payment protection insurance on loans that was in no way needed, hence the multi billion pound payouts for the mis sold PPI insurance, or being content with altering loan agreement interest rates linked to Libor, such as mortgages, business loans, credit cards and the like (which people have yet to be ...

Libor Claiming Companies

As was to be expected based on the current climate of ‘where there’s blame there’s a claim’, something which hit Britain very shortly after it had taken grip in America, companies are already working out how they can help members of the public and businesses make a libor claim . There are a plethora of ...

What Someone Affected By Libor Thinks About Potential Compensation 1

We at ReclaimLibor.org.uk had an opportunity to interview someone who has been directly affected by the Libor scandal. His name is Nick. Below is the short interview that took place: Hi Nick, thank you for doing this interview. We understand that you think you are entitled to compensation from Libor in more ways than one. ...

Libor Reclaiming

There is currently very little information available at the moment about whether or not people are likely to receive compensation from a Libor Reclaim should they have taken out finance that was linked to the Libor rate. Around 2% of mortgages were Libor linked and a whole host of other financial products, such as credit ...

The Libor Scandal

The LIBOR scandal, (London Interbank Offered Rate) has been likened to the “Wall Street scandal of all scandals” and the “Rotten heart of Finance”. The LIBOR scandal is a scandal that has affected 800 Trillion dollars worth of finance transactions which include mortgages (around 2% of mortgages were LIBOR linked) personal loans, credit cards and ...