Did you have PPI? Are you owed £1,000 … £2,750 … even £6,500?
And that’s only the average payout for a PPI claim. You could be entitled to even more.
What is PPI? And why’s there a scandal?
Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) is an insurance policy added to mortgages, loans, etc. It’s there to cover your repayments should you fall ill, have an accident, or lose your job.
- There should be a cut-off date by which all PPI claims and complaints need to be made by.
- No further claims will be accepted after the cut-off date.
How do I find out if I have a claim?
You could – of course – go back through all the mortgages, loans, credit cards and finance agreements you’ve ever had. Then contact each company individually. And do your best to make a claim each time you find any evidence you’ve been mis-sold PPI.
But it takes an age.
- Only takes around 30 seconds.
- Is easy to do.
- Will tell you whether you have any claims.
But that’s not all …
- Don’t have to root out stacks of old documents.
- Aren’t obliged to pursue any claim.
- Won’t be bombarded by nuisance phone calls.
- Will ensure you don’t miss out on receiving any money you can rightly claim.
Don’t forget time’s running out
Millions of people around the country were mis-sold PPI. If you’ve ever had a mortgage, credit card, loan or car finance you could be one of them.
But with a potential a PPI claim cut-off looming, you need to start finding out today.