We are aware Amigo Holdings PLC has made an application to the FCA for a DISP waiver.

We are aware of the recently announced news that Amigo Holdings PLC has made an application to the FCA for a DISP waiver to suspend complaints handling in anticipation of a proposed scheme of arrangement. In the meantime, we will continue to look at complaints and consumers can continue to bring any new complaints to the ombudsman service.

Update: we published further information on Amigo cases on 25 March 2021

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