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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cppgroup Plc LSE:CPP London Ordinary Share GB00BMDX5Z93 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  21.00 4.58% 480.00 440.00 480.00 480.00 480.00 480.00 76 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 141.1 2.0 -19.3 - 42

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/8/2013
19:46
lol, what makes you think they didn't go up too much from the lows of 4p the Tuesday before? atm its bang in the middle of the recent trading range, why should it go anywhere at all? needs a firm announcement from the company to support any rise even if it does come...... theres a whole new load of profit to be taken for peeps who have bought back in in recent days.
enigma2002
25/8/2013
19:39
These are going up next week gone down far to much from highs of 28p Tuesday
johncraven
25/8/2013
19:03
beware hairy Scotsmen, did he shave his legs for the occasion
malcolmmm
25/8/2013
15:40
MALCOLMMM As I understand it, CPP are, at the moment, only on the hook for direct customers. The customer figures that they are quoting probably include customers introduced via the banks, for whom the banks are on the hook. So the 25% threshold (see below) is probably more like it. Also, some of the customers will have a different type of product, e.g. Airport Angel (which we could discuss the merits of but which is not part of this). "New Facility The New Facility contains covenants and events of default including an event of default where customer redress response rates leading to a successful claim under the proposed Scheme of Arrangement exceed 25 per cent. In assessing the likely impact of the redress exercise under the Scheme, the Group has, with its advisers, considered a number of assumptions, including the form and structure of redress and likely response rates. Based on consideration of these and certain other assumptions and factors, the Board currently believes that there is a reasonable prospect that the rate of responses leading to successful claims will be less than 25 per cent. of the aggregate overall population of potential claimants under the Scheme. However, there can be no certainty in relation to the rate of responses leading to a successful claim under the Scheme and it is possible that the rate of such responses may be materially higher or lower than currently anticipated. In addition to these covenants, the Group has granted security in favour of the lenders under the New Facility on substantially similar terms to the security granted under the Group's existing bank facility."
rossannan
25/8/2013
14:59
A racket is a service that is fraudulently offered to solve a problem, such as for a problem that does not actually exist, will not be affected, or would not otherwise exist. Conducting a racket is racketeering.[1] Particularly, the potential problem may be caused by the same party that offers to solve it, although that fact may be concealed, with the specific intent to engender continual patronage for this party. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racket_%28crime%29 hmmmm, like selling people insurance against losses they are already protected from. absolutely disgraceful. misselling my eye, thats just a wishy washy euphemism. it is fraud. out and out fraud.
enigma2002
25/8/2013
14:51
In some cases, new customers who had been given a number to ring to activate their card went straight through to a CPP sales operative. What they were not told is that the card providers are obliged to cover their losses, under the banking code. and the banks too, clearly the two were in collusion. racketeering and organised crime. where are the police?
enigma2002
25/8/2013
12:21
they deserve to go broke. defrauding the public should bring about nothing less. they deserved it the first time with PPI and they deserve it again now. good bloody riddance if they do. let em stand as warning to all the rest. don't mind eMigNa2002 either btw, its just my stalker escaped from the loony bin again.
enigma2002
25/8/2013
11:05
Sumday Times article "CPP could be forced into new rescue talks with the banks IF more than 25% of customers claim for mis-selling compensation due to clause in recent revised banking terms contract)
knigel
25/8/2013
10:01
On the assumption and according to their web site, CPP have 10m customers world wide. The mis-selling compensation is to be £300 per customer so if only 2%-3% are entitled or claim the refund it will cost 60m-90m which may bankrupt them. I don't know the percentage of customers that are entitled to refunds or even if the overseas customers should come into any calculation or if some arrangement to reduce the compensation amount wiil occur but 2%-3% seems resonable to me. Thoughts?
malcolmmm
24/8/2013
09:45
I can`t stay away, I have no investments , I just yearn attention, I am a lonely drug addicted loser BURP
emigna2002
24/8/2013
09:24
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-2400360/RUTH-SUNDERLAND-Banks-biggest-culprits-CPP-credit-card-insurance-scandal.html
makday
23/8/2013
20:53
What broker is that mate?
johncraven
23/8/2013
17:39
Looking coward to a better week next week.Pity I missed the 28p selling price!
ajmace
23/8/2013
16:32
oh dear, it closed on an anti-squeeze. never mind eh. if only someone had seen that coming.
yasmagneticeyesx
23/8/2013
16:16
Is it in auction?
ajmace
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