PPI Claims Solicitors
Our Blackpool PPI Solicitors are specialists in reclaiming mis-sold PPI. Payment protection insurance (PPI) was routinely mis-sold, if you have taken out PPI on loans, credit cards or mortgages in recent years, Blackpool Solicitors can help reclaim what you're owed - with interest! Not sure if you have PPI? Contact the Blackpool PPI Solicitors team for more information today. You could be entitled to thousands of pounds worth of compensation!
- PPI Solicitors
- Reclaim Mis-sold PPI
- Was my PPI mis-sold?
To reclaim your mis-sold PPI you should speak to a specialist PPI solicitor right away. PPI is short for Payment Protection Insurance, also called Payment Protection Cover and other similar names. As PPI solicitors we can evaluate whether you have PPI or this type of cover and whether you are entitled to a PPI refund. These insurance products have been routinely mis-sold by lenders and if you have any credit agreements such as credit cards, loans, mortgages or car loans - you could be entitled to a refund.
Reclaim Mis-sold PPI
You should initiate your PPI claim straight away as time limits may apply. Your mis-sold PPI could be worth thousands of pounds and you may not even have known you had it. A specialist PPI solicitor will find out whether you are entitled to reclaim mis-sold PPI and deal with the process on your behalf. Our PPI solicitors offers this service on a no-win no-fee basis and only charge a competitive fixed fee from your PPI refund. Find our more toady if you are entitled to claim back your mis-sold PPI.
Was my PPI mis-sold?
If you have a credit card, loan, mortgage or credit card from the last 10 years there is a chance you may have a PPI policy. You should check your financial agreement or statements to see whether you are charged anything additional on top of your repayments; check carefully as sometimes it takes other names and not always known as PPI or payment protection insurance.
In April 2011 the high court ruled that Britain's banks must adopt new FSA guidelines on the sale of payment protection insurance (PPI). Since then it was routinely mis-sold for a number of reasons. If you didn't ask for PPI, didn't know you had it or felt pressured into taking it, there is a good chance it was mis-sold. Lenders also often led consumers to believe that had a better chance of receiving the credit if they opted to take the PPI policy. If you were self-employed, or employed and entitled to sick pay then there is also a good chance the policy may have been mis-sold. If you had any pre-existing medical conditions that you were not asked about this again is another reason why the PPI may have been mis-sold. If you think you have been mis-sold PPI or are unsure, speak to one of our PPI solicitors today to find out more.