As reported in today’s Times, ACC member company We Fight Any Claim has forced the Financial Ombudsman Service to re-consider the case of a customer in relation to his PPI claim on a credit card.

This action may have wider implications for all credit card rejected claims, and may lead to further provisions being needing to be set-aside.

Mike Begg, founder of Dundee based ACC member company, Beat the Banks, has forced RBS to admit a mistake in its policy of compensating divorced women correctly in regards to their legal share of pay-outs for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance.

As reported in The Daily Mail, Mr Begg’s campaign victory will see thousands of divorced women receive compensation, and has led to a change on policy by RBS.

As reported via Money Marketing, the Financial Conduct Authority is seeking views on its operations.

The report states:

The FCA is to consult on producing mission statement in a bid to boost the public’s understanding of what does and its role within society.

The Alliance of Claims Companies (ACC) is deeply concerned, but not surprised, at the suggestion that the FCA is once again considering caving in to the demands of the banks, and no doubt the Treasury on the matter of a time bar for PPI claims.

Commenting on the publication of the Annual Review of the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) for 2015/16, which was published today (25th May), Simon Evans of the Alliance of Claims Companies said: