If you have taken out a payday loan with Wonga and think you might be affected by today's announcement on compensation, you can call the claim line on 0800 840 0836 to check.
The compensation relates to loans taken out between October 2008 and November 2010.
The payday loan company Wonga has been ordered to pay out over two million pounds in compensation to customers over "unfair and misleading debt collection practices."
Wonga contacted customers in arrears under the names Chainey, D'Amato & Shannon and Barker and Lowe Legal Recoveries threatening legal action if the debt was not repaid.
Neither of these firms existed and Wonga was using this tactic to maximise collections by piling the pressure on customers, the Financial Conduct Authority said.
Wonga has apologised "unreservedly" for the failings, which took place between October 2008 and November 2010.
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