Deadline for making a PPI claim is fast approaching

The deadline for making a mis-sold PPI claim is nearly here so if you haven’t made a claim yet you need to do it now, if you think your eligible. Here’s what you need to know:

When is the deadline?

29th August 2019

What I mis-sold PPI?

If you took out any form of consumer finance, such as a loan, store card, credit card, car finance or a mortgage up to 2006, the chances are that you also took out a payment protection policy and it was mis-sold to you.

If any of the following apply to you were almost certainly were mis-sold the policy:

  • The advisor did not tell you that you can but the policy elsewhere and it may be cheaper
  • You were told that the policy was mandatory and that without it you would not be given the finance
  • It was not explained to you that there were exclusions under the policy
  • You took out a loan or finance and the advisor did not explain to you that you would have to pau for the insurance up front in one single payment
  • You took out single premium PPI insurance and was not told that insurance cost would be added to the loan and you would have to pay interest on it.
  • The advisor did not tell you that they were going to earn a high level of commission from your PPI.

How do I claim?

Making a claim for mis-sold PPI is now really easy and there are lots of good templates available online. In the first instance go to the providers website and follow their process for making a claim, but act quickly.

2 thoughts on “Deadline for making a PPI claim is fast approaching

  1. Whatever you do, do not click on any Facebook links advertising FREE PPI checks. I did and I have been stung. As far as I’m concerned I gave an e signature to check only not permission to pursue the claim


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