Payment protection insurance
Have you been mis-sold payment protection insurance?
PPI mis-selling is a serious issue.
If you are currently paying for a form of finance such as a mortgage, loan or credit card you may also be paying for payment protection insurance (PPI) alongside it.
However, millions of payment protection insurance policies have been mis-sold and consumers could be spending hundreds and even thousands of pounds each year on insurance policies that they may not need.
The most common forms of payment protection insurance mis-selling occurred when an salesman has told the borrower that they must take out the insurance in order for the agreement to go ahead, or failed to inform them that it was being added to the agreement in the first place.
This resulted in millions of customers paying high premiums for insurance that they might not want, might not need, and in some cases, would not able to use.
Payment protection insurance policies were so commonly mis-sold that the Financial Services Authority had to step in. PPI mis-selling had been going on since the nineties, but it is only now that it has become really big news. Now could be the time to see if you were mis-sold PPI.
It is possible to get compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance and millions of people have already reclaimed thousands of pounds in premiums.
Claims Financial specialise in reclaiming mis-sold payment protection insurance on behalf of consumers and could win you a refund with a minimal amount of fuss.
APPLY NOW to reclaim your mis-sold payment protection insurance. You could be owed £1000s.
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