Mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)
Payment protection insurance (PPI) was sold to many UK citizens on the premise that if they were unable to make a payment on a mortgage, a loan or a credit card they would be able to use their PPI in order to prevent any payment problems.
In theory the idea makes perfect sense. Many people living in the UK will have paid out a small amount each month and lived in the security that if they fell ill from work, or for some other reason could not keep up with a regularly occurring payment, they would be covered by their PPI.
However there is a problem. Millions of people across the UK have been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance and now need to look into claiming back the payments they made.
Have you got a qualifying case?
There are a number of circumstances in which people have been mis-sold PPI insurance. Listed below are the main ones in which legal care from a law firm such as Claimant Law can help you claim back the money you have paid out:
- You were pressured into buying it
- You were told you had to have PPI because of your job
- You weren't told about costs
- Your PPI doesn't cover the cost of your loan
- You weren't advised on medical limitations
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To start a free no-obligation conversation with us about mis-sold PPI call us on 0800 089 4444 or use our contact form.
If you are still unsure whether or not you need professional legal advice you can phone us in the confidence that if you do not have a case, you will not be charged.