It’s time to make your New Year’s resolution. There are approximately 20 months left in which to claim your mis-sold PPI.
There are Billions of pounds still unclaimed but time is running out! If you think that you have had PPI in the past that was not needed but you were ‘coerced’ into taking it out you may be entitled to a refund!
Don’t delay, do something positive and contact us today by phone on 01942 619911 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org, it may be the best decision that you could make in 2018!
You don’t need to remember who you took the loan out with as we can find out the details for you. CompiClaims operates on a ‘no win no fee’ principle so it will cost nothing to find out if you have a claim!
Don’t let the banks run away with your money!
The PPI deadline has now been set for the 29th of August 2019. It may seem a long way off but it will come around sooner than you expect so don’t delay and act now as we are still processing claims on your behalf!
If you were took out a loan from a bank or building society with ‘payment protection’ as a condition of acceptance you could be entitled to have your money refunded.
It doesn’t matter if you cannot remember the exact details of the loan. Contact our office on 01942 619911 or fill in the call back request on our website (www.compiclaims.com), answer a few simple questions and we will do the rest.
We will keep you advised about the progress of your claim and if it turns out that you don’t have a claim it will cost you nothing!
A few minutes of your time could reward you with a large sum of money, in 2015 Santander paid out nearly £25,000 in a PPI compensation claim it had previously thrown out. If you have had a previous claim turned down it may be worthwhile starting a new claim and we can advise you how to proceed.
With a little less than 2 years left in which to claim back mis-sold PPI act now!
When I took out my first bank loan I was told that I couldn’t have it unless I took out the payment protection policy and not understanding what my legal options were, I agreed to take it out!
This practise was not unusual so why did banks and building societies press their customers to take out these unwanted policies? It would appear that the member of staff was given a bonus for each policy that was taken out so there was a real incentive for them to insist that customer agreed to take them!
The banks and building societies were not alone in this practise as many high street electrical suppliers were also similarly ‘encouraged’ to take out unnecessary extended warranties!
However the banks have accepted that they were wrong to pursue these practises and have been repaying their customers for the mis-sold policies.
Do you remember taking out payment protection that you didn’t need or hadn’t been fully explained to you? If so contact Compi Claims today on 01942 619911 or by email at email@example.com and we can advise you what your options are.
Remember by not acting now you are still letting the banks win!