09 October 2017
Everywhere you turn, there seems to be some form of advice about what you MUST do, what you SHOULD do and also what you MUST NOT do when it comes to claiming PPI compensation.
Are you clear on how to claim PPI compensation?
The PPI deadline has been set; 29 August 2019. You may think that is some time away but with more than 60% of customers yet to claim PPI compensation, you could be joining a very long queue to get your money back.
The findings of the Plevin case has now been applied to banks and lenders and this means that if the commission paid on the sale of PPI was more than 50% of its costs and you were not made aware, this too counts as mis-selling.
This means you could be entitled to more money back, aside from the compensation you received for PPI being mis-sold to you in the first place.
Anyone looking to make a claim for mis-sold PPI must show or prove that they were mis-sold the policy in the first place. There are many reasons why you may have been mid-sold the policy including;
There are many reasons, and you do not need to just use one!
We have helped thousands of people to successfully claim back their cash. We look forward to helping thousands more customers to get back every single penny they are entitled to before the PPI deadline of 29 August 2019.
We have been helping people for many years and offer the highest standard of customer care, as well as a high level of professionalism in everything we do.
We have built a solid reputation for being honest and genuine - if you don't have a claim, we will tell you! But if you do, we will work with you until the moment your PPI compensation cheque arrives!