12 April 2017
There are so many questions relating to PPI but we never tire of helping people when it comes to claiming their money back.
Take a look at what customers have been asking us in the last few weeks…
We don't need to see bank statements or anything of that kind although some customers do send us copies of the account on which they are making a PPI compensation claim, as proof of premiums etc.
You can rest assured that we treat all your information financial and otherwise, with the utmost confidence and in line with the Data Protection Act, as well as the latest rules and regulations relating to electronic storing of information.
To a certain extent, we need to be confident you are who you say you are and that you have the authority to claim compensation on an account and against a PPI policy.
Your identity is easily verified with a few claim forms and signatures etc. Call our team for more information.
Any PPI compensation monies is paid to you directly from your bank or building society etc. We will then send our invoice for payment but only after you have received your compensation.
Don't forget we have a no win, no fee policy too which means you won't pay us any money if your case for PPI compensation is not successful.
Yes, you can. There is nothing to stop you approaching your bank or building society directly to make a claim for PPI compensation.
People turn to us here at Scottish PPI Claims for many reasons;
There are various deadlines that apply to PPI compensation claims but the one that everyone is looking out for is the main cut-off date, which many people believe will be June 2019.