There is an IP by that name at Milner Boardman Insolvency LLP, St. Georges House, 2 St. Georges Road, BOLTON, BL1 2DD email: email@example.com
HSBC is notorious for trying to hold on to PPI refunds. It may be worth writing to the financial ombudsman to see if they can assist. Although IVA's are outside of their remit, PPI is their thing !
The details Foggy have given you are the only Suzanne Payne on the IP register so she is the likely suspect.
https://www.insolvencydirect.bis.gov.uk ... ome/Search
The number listed for her is 01204 524 319
Thanks for all you’re reply’s, my Iva ended back in 2010 and I recently found ppi on a old loan with hfc now hsbc and they won’t release any monies without a no further interest certificate. I’ve tried all the above companies and the number listed for Suzanne Payne but no joy.
https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/comp ... 8/officers
All sources give that same phone number, but a partner, Mathew Holt, has these contact details on Linkdin:
► Mob: 07927 184 979
► Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Might be worth a try.
The website seems to have been abandoned --- but the company did submit accounts at the beginning of this year
Lisa Thomas wrote:As I said above it's unlikely you will get to keep the PPI.
Bit complex --- the IVA and records are now 8 years old. The Supervisor went to MLB and the case notes would possibly have been sent over to Grant Thornton, now Aperture. The IVA Trust retaining the refund would be conditional upon the IP being able (and willing) to resurrect the old files and distribute the funds. If this proves uneconomical or impossible to do then the refund should be returned to the debtor. If any party claims an interest I would ask them to account for the monies, in detail.
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