Thanks go to someone who left a comment on another thread for alerting me to this website. www.ppirelief.com was registered on 3 Oct 2012 via the same domain company in Malaysia as our old friends ppinomore and youhaveppi. http://keepsafeonthenet.co.uk/2012/10/httpyouhaveppi-com/
The text that my commenter was sent is the same as that sent to everyone else – telling you that you are owed £3350. The website is an exact clone of the others – same pictures, same text, same colours. My friend Roger Rabbit filled in the form – it takes you to a web search page.
I strongly suspect that these people make money from people who answer their texts – as you are instructed to text “stop” to opt out. I can’t think that will stop them as they are using hundreds of different numbers to send from.
As I said in the previous thread, if you receive a text with a different web address, please leave a comment below so we can all see the new address.
As I also said in the previous thread – if you think you were mis-sold PPI, you don’t have to reply to random texts or emails. You can make the claim yourself. The Money Saving Expert website has all the info you need – http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/reclaim/ppi-loan-insurance
Edit: 12 Nov 2012. Inflation seems to be catching up with these spammers. Someone just left this in a comment below:
IMPORTANT! you are owed £4150 for the PPI you took out, time is running out to claim, please visit www .ppirelief.com to claim, thank you. To opt out reply STOP.