Why was PPI mis sold?

J Alvarez, Miky Woodz, Rauw Alejandro & Jon Z – Si Mija Si

Today, many people claim their payment protection insurance (PPI) on their loans, mortgages and credit cards. PPI is an insurance plan that is often sold along with a loan and is there to protect the borrower in case they are unable to make their minimum payments due to layoffs, illness or injury. When the borrower is out of work, the insurance is there to make the minimum monthly payments for up to 12 months.

Plans sold incorrectly The problem with PPI is that it has been widely sold to consumers. One way it was mis-sold was that many consumers paid for the insurance without even knowing it had been added. For example, the lender might have given a price for a “fully protected loan”. without advising the borrower that they were paying more for a very expensive insurance plan. Another way it was mis-sold was by not informing the borrower that the insurance was optional and not mandatory. There are even some cases where the lender told the borrower that they could not qualify for the loan without taking out the insurance at the same time.

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As managers gained confidence in the systems, however, they realized that both could be used in tandem for effective overall operation. For example, suppose we implemented the MRP system to ensure that:

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– Since in JIT systems capacity must be carefully planned due to the lack of “stored capacity” or inventory (see the discussion on capacity at the beginning of this chapter), the MRP system can provide a very effective method to accomplish this.

– MRP can be used to project “peaks” in demand that exceed the quantity that a normally operated kanban system can handle. Such peaks can result, for example, from a marketing promotion or the failure of a competitor. Together with effective forecasting, sales and operations planning, and the use of the MRP system, these peaks can be predicted in both time and quantity. This will allow the company to enter extra material into the system at the correct time to cover such peaks.

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The “blue dollar” effect made cars, motorcycles and electronics cheaper. The same happens with construction and tourism. There are also opportunities in the stock market and alternative dollars. An in-depth analysis of each alternative.

Cepo, exchange rate gap, discounts, cash, installments and blue. These are the coordinates that Argentines look at in order to invest their savings or protect them in an economy in recession and with galloping inflation. The alternatives go far beyond the purchase of dollars, today with the US$200 monthly quota, or the traditional fixed term. When consulted by Clarín, economists, analysts, businessmen and executives analyzed a wide range of options for the efficient use of money.

One of them said that “buying home appliances (or a motorcycle) is a way of buying cheap dollars”. Another advised investing in Cedears, as the shares that are bought in pesos and that yield the same rate as foreign companies, such as Apple, Nestlé or Bayer, are called. There are also those who believe that it is a good time to build houses, make repairs or buy garages. And those who highlight the bargain prices offered by airlines and travel agencies. The following is an in-depth analysis of the most popular consumption or investment alternatives.

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