Claim your Littlewoods refund
If you ever had credit from this catalogue company you could be owed compensation for unaffordable credit so why not check now?
Who are Littlewoods?
Originally a football and betting company founded in 1923, Littlewoods was the largest private company in Europe in the 1980’s. Today it is owned by The Very Group who bought the brand name in 2004.
Credit offered by Littlewoods
The company offers two forms of credit, a Littlewoods Credit Card with 34.9% interest and a Littlewoods Credit Account with 44.90% interest. If you’ve had either of these, you’ve had credit and could be entitled to claim.
What’s the current situation?
Company accounts show Littlewoods earmarked £169 million for ‘shopping insurance’ for credit account claims in 2019. In the previous year this was just £112 million, so in one year the value of potential claims soared by 51%.
What is the deadline?
Littlewoods is unlikely to go bust. In the year up to 30 June 2020, they made £69.5 million profit after taking into account the value of claims they had earmarked. But there’s no harm in getting your claim in now. Don’t be confused by the PPI deadline which was 29 August 2019, catalogue credit reclaims are completely different. Claims can take months to sort, so don’t delay, start now.
Currently Littlewoods has paid out compensation to x customers with around 85% claim success rate (based on our own data).
Based on our own data, the average claim is £x and the largest so far is £y.
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Don’t Delay. Check Now.
Don’t miss out on £100’s or even £1,000’s in compensation you could be entitled to. Checking only takes 5 minutes, so why not do it now?