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PPI Claims: Shoppers 'can save money now'

A timely payment protection claim may provide consumers with an added incentive to brave the high street this Christmas.

According to Stephen Robertson, director general of the British Retail Consortium cut, now is the best time for people to find a good deal at the stores.

He explained that the retail sector is looking at the festive period to generate an increase in revenue to offset poor sales figures from earlier this year and consumers can take advantage of this fierce competition.

The added income from a bank refund may be particularly useful as recent research from HSBC found more than half of UK consumers plan to reduce the amount of money they spend on Christmas as economic worries increase.

Bargains are a popular way of saving money, as 78 per cent of people will try to get the best value for money when buying gifts for their friends and family, states the research.

Samantha Clarke

Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking.ADNFCR-2776-ID-800770572-ADNFCR



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