What is PPI?
Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) is sold alongside credit cards, loans, mortgages, secured loans, store cards, and hire purchases. It covered the repayments if the borrower was unable to make them due to sickness or unemployment. The insurance was often mis-sold in a number of ways like being added to the credit without the borrower's knowledge, being sold without checking the borrower's eligibility, being sold without the client being informed of the charges and being sold without the client being fully aware of what the policy entailed, to name just a few.
Even though it is estimated that £50 billion worth of PPI policies have been mis-sold, only £21 billion has been reclaimed*.
This means that the vast majority of mis-sold PPI policies have not yet been reclaimed ... Did you have PPI?... What are you waiting for?
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If you've taken out a credit card in the last 10 years, there's a chance you may be paying Payment Protect Insurance. If it was mis-sold you can get it back.
If you have taken a store card in the last 10 years there is a good possibility that you have been mis-sold PPI. Get every penny owed to you back.
If you have taken out finance on a car, sofa, TV or many other items in the last 10 years, you may have been paying PPI. You could be entitled to thousands in compensation.
If you've taken out a loan in the last 10 years, you could be entitled to claim back thousands in mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance.
If you have taken out a loan secured against your house in the last 10 years, you may have had PPI added without even knowing. Claim it back.
If you've taken out a mortgage in the last 10 years, you may be paying Payment Protection Insurance without even knowing - you may be able to claim it all back.