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Being the victim of mis-sold PPI is no fun, to say the least, but it is even worse when you are trying to claim back PPI and haven't the first clue how to go about it. For this reason many people are seeking bank charges advice because it is those bank charges resulting from mis-sold PPI that they are trying to get back, plain and simple. Unless you have ever had to file a claim against the lender you probably are not familiar with how to go about it. Don't despair because help is out there it's just a matter of knowing where to look for bank charges advice.

Where Did All Those Charges Come From?

So many times consumers take out a loan from the bank whether for mortgage, a personal loan, to buy a new automobile or for any other reason. In most cases the lender will offer some kind of protection or insurance to cover repayments. In theory this type of insurance can sold like a very good idea as it is insures against involuntary unemployment and is designed to step in and cover repayments. Issues arise where the policy is incorrectly sold. In some cases, for example, lenders did not always fully explain the costs and borrowers were sometimes left repaying much bigger installments or a much large overall debt than they first expected.

Need bank charges advice to reclaim mis-sold PPI?

When finding a professional claims company who is capable of answering questions and giving bank charges advice the first thing a consumer is likely to ask about would be bank charges. They came seeking bank charges advice and how to go about claiming back bank charges claiming back bank charges and are looking for an  answer.

If you are looking for bank charges advice then the claims team at Belmont Thornton, Belmont Thornton, can help you sort it out. The first thing they will do is try to ascertain whether or not you were mis-sold payment protection insurance and from there we'll advise you how best to go about making a claim to get a refund on your money. T

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