Credit Card AccessAccess by credit card
Although MasterCard was the dominating emblem on these card, you were actually in a credit contract with an issuer and not with MasterCard - so you need to find out here which banks ran your "Access" card. Another point to keep in mind is that Access as a trademark vanished from the market in the mid-1990s.
First of all, the banks are not legally required to keep your financials for more than six years - so they are unlikely to have any proof of your payment (of course, if you have your own old testimony, it will help). When you want to talk about a loss, the creator of this website recommends that you first go directly to the banks rather than through a PPI loss adjuster.
They often encourage the cardholder to make misrepresentations, which eventually delays the entire litigation, and just swallow PPI funds that should go to eligible applicants to correct past misconduct. Moreover, of course, these loss adjustment societies only want part of the cash that rightfully belongs to you!
Below is a listing of PPI bank contacts who have previously provided access card information. This would have been Lloyds Bank Access card at that stage, as this was done before the TSB transaction. 0745 601 2683 (lines open from 8 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday and 9 am to 2 pm Saturday), a special number for PPI complains.
Since Natwest is now part of the RBS group, the processing detail is similar to that of the RBS below. 0700 015 0319 (The telephone line is open from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on bank holidays). Since Ulster Bank is part of the RBS Group, the procedural detail is similar to that of RBS above.
0700 015 0319 (The telephone line is open from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on bank holidays).