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Can I still claim PPI if I go bankrupt?

No you can’t, as PPI taken on loans prior to the bankruptcy is classified as a ‘Bankruptcy Asset’ and forms part of the ‘Bankruptcy Estate’. The bank in question would therefore be obliged to make out any refund cheques to ‘The Trustee of xxxxxx’ and the recipient would forward the cheque to the Official Receiver or Trustee.

Having said that, we know of only one bank that actually makes out cheques in this manner – Barclays – and the rest of them merrily make out cheques to the individuals concerned. Unless the individual surrenders the payment, the OR (and the bank) will be blissfully unaware of what has transpired and we know of plenty of people who have claimed this way. Not that we approve of it, mind you.

‘Can I still claim PPI if I go bankrupt?’ is just one of the hundreds of questions we answer every year.  Feel free to call us with any questions or for bankruptcy help on 01425 600129. Most of our staff are from the financial services sector and have the experience to get you best result every time.

Bankruptcy and Pensions – are HMRC approved pensions safe in Bankruptcy?

HMRC  approved Pensions do not form part of the ‘Bankruptcy Estate’ and cannot be interfered with, though a word of caution for those aged 52 – 55 as legislation is currently being looked at which might force those in their early to mid 50s to hand over all or part of their pensions to settle the debt. Is this morally right? No, we don’t think so, but it won’t stop them. Hopefully the legislation will never come to pass.



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