What happens if I claim PPI now as my iva company is no more?

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allen

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Post by allen » Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:19 am
Hello,
I had an Iva with debt free direct which ended around 2008. As DFD do not now exist what happens if I now decide to claim ppi on the companies which were registered on the iva?

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Post by Foggy » Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:27 am
It seems that Aperture, who took over the DFD caseload is now pursuing PPI on previuous DFD cases. How far back this can go is unknown, but, if, as the courts have recently decided, the trust remains after closure, it could refewr to all previous DFD matters, until such time ( and if) a court puts a time limit on it.

The PPI still belongs to former creditors and, so, I imagine Aperture would be claiming it. To be honest, many firms would not bother, based on the economics of tracking down old files and creditors, but I feel, from experience on this forum, that Aperture would go after every single penny it can get.
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