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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provident Financial Plc LSE:PFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1Z4ST84 ORD 20 8/11P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.20 -1.19% 350.00 348.60 350.00 358.80 345.80 345.80 307,712 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 807.8 -113.5 -32.9 - 888

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/7/2020
19:18
Disco for you information I'm holding 3382 shares. All these shares have been purchased with the money I made earlier when PFG and Barclays reported. If the shares go down, fine, but long term they will recover. The longer the virus goes on the longer the recovery. Probably 2 years after the virus. On the PFG web page it states 25% of home credit customers have bank account and that has been the norm for some time. Believe it or not, that's up to you. Not wasting anymore time looking for it.
1cutandrun
09/7/2020
18:29
Disco I have to agree with Superiorshares, you will probably lose a lot more. 160p coming.
jeannettetigger
09/7/2020
16:43
Disco . The majority of the people who take out doorstep loans have never heard of the money advice service, let alone read it ! How you feeling ? . Not so flush now are you . Your going to lose a lot more soon :-)
superiorshares
09/7/2020
16:33
CutYou keep posting the same negative rubbish. First you started the debate by saying that social distancing would be an issue, now you keep banging on about 75%of home credit customers haven't got bank accounts - post up where you got this number from and I might start to listen to what you have to say.Below is a link to the moneyadviceservice, if you read and then open up NatWest and go through their site you will see that opening a fee free bank account, even if poor credit rating, a bankrupt, an ex con, or on social and you can open an account online.Are you holding these shares?.Https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/articles/basic-bank-accounts
discodave45
09/7/2020
13:53
Disco. I don't believe what you are saying. Fenn is quite right, it's not easy to open a bank account. That's why 75% of home credit customers haven't got them. Banks don't want these people. High risk and no profit in them. Your quote. Where/how do you think benefits are paid. I don't think, I know. Payment Exception Service and Post Office Cards. You clearly haven't heard of these, where people can get their benefits in cash from machines or the Post Office. Not being rude, but you're talking nonsense. You also accused me of giving false information when it's on the PFG web page. You also believe the agents are fully aware of where and how to open such bank accounts for their home credit customers. Really. They can't give advice on where and how to open a bank account. That is non compliant. They are not banking experts.
1cutandrun
09/7/2020
12:33
That was when you did not have to queue 20 mins to get in ...
fenners66
09/7/2020
11:27
It's likely that one already has a bank account so doesn't need to open one specifically or indeed visit a branch.
encarter
09/7/2020
07:50
To be fair no I haven't, not recently anyway.Did randomly select one of the 9 banks that do provide fee free accounts and you can apply/open an account online, they even have the facility for proving applicants ID using online info, I.e. driving licence, uploading a selfie, etc.
discodave45
08/7/2020
23:15
You tried opening a bank account recently ? Tried even getting in a bank more recently?
fenners66
08/7/2020
22:03
Correction: not most banks, there are actually only 9 banks that are designated to provide fee free basic bank accounts. No doubt PFG agents are fully aware of where and how to open such accounts for their home credit customers.
discodave45
08/7/2020
21:59
Found it.So they need a bank account, which is easy enough even if you have a poor credit rating, are an ex convict are on benefits etc., most banks offer fee free accounts for such circumstances......where / how do you think benefits are paid!.Do think you are barking up the wrong tree.
discodave45
08/7/2020
21:53
'It clearly states on the PFG web page that customers have to have a bank account and the loan is paid straight into their account. There are no cash loans being issued at this time.'Can you post the link please.
discodave45
08/7/2020
21:40
Superior I did reply to you at 14.00. It was on here but they have taken it off and put it as a thread.
1cutandrun
08/7/2020
21:31
It clearly states on the PFG web page that customers have to have a bank account and the loan is paid straight into their account. There are no cash loans being issued at this time.
1cutandrun
08/7/2020
21:24
I put a post on here at 14.00. It's showing as a thread. Will try and post it again
1cutandrun
08/7/2020
18:44
I will give your love to ohoh and diku!
jeannettetigger
08/7/2020
18:42
Not again!
jeannettetigger
08/7/2020
18:36
Usual bad retort!
jeannettetigger
08/7/2020
18:34
Should go to specsavers :)
discodave45
08/7/2020
18:29
I thought you were DiscoDave4?
jeannettetigger
08/7/2020
18:25
Do you hold here?I have no need to average down.
discodave45
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