Banks are snatching back PPI payouts: They've paid out £25bn after years of mis-selling - but now say they made mistakes



Banks are trying to claw back PPI compensation paid years ago to victims of the £25 billion mis-selling scandal, Money Mail can reveal.
Customers are receiving shock bills for thousands of pounds because banks wrongly calculated their payment protection insurance (PPI) payouts. 
They are demanding customers hand back up to £15,000 as many as four years after the original payout was made.
It is unclear exactly how many people could be affected by the mistakes, but experts warned that thousands of mis-selling victims might be at risk.
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12 October 2016 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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