Since 1st October 2012; about 8 months. My issue is not that they want to see relevant documents (I understand this) but the bank statements are not relevant to my looking for a job and they are joint statements, one of the parties on the statement (my wife) is not party to the claim and does not want them to see her statements.
The insurance co no longer are no longer advisd by DWP. That stopped 2 years ago or so. certainly more than a year ago.My best friend happens to be a PPI insurance guru. He is an insurer but only deals with brokers so he knows all about misselling claims but hanst gota single claim against himThe policy terms and conditions usually allow them to have access to "such docs as they require" which covers bank statements.They are not allowed to see yr wifes transactions on those statments, so blank them out.The fact that you have been lent money by parents is 0 to do with the PPI claim. I am sure that money was lent to your wife wasnt it? Ahem...In any event, as you said: it was loan not a gift and must be repaid.
Thanks for your help, so obvious of course to block out my wife's transactions but probably in the heat would not have thought of it.
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