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When something is taken from you against your will or against your knowledge, the first thing you want to do is take it back. This is exactly what consumers throughout the UK are experiencing with mis sold payment protection insurance. Lenders have been virtually stealing money from consumers by perpetrating the scam of such major proportions that it is unlike anything to ever hit the lending industry to date. Unsuspecting consumers are going to banks and other financial institutions to take out a loan and before all is said and done they end up paying so much more than they bargain for. Lenders are misselling PPI which consumers never wanted, didn't know about or couldn't use in now they are forced to claim protection insurance back.

Whose Money Is It Anyway?

The problem with trying to claim protection insurance back is that banks are denying as many as 85% of the claims that come across their desks. Whose money is it anyway? If you can prove that your lender mis-sold payment protection insurance to you then you have every right to claim back bank charges associated with that mis-sold protection insurance. You will most likely be denied on your first go round with the lender but you always have an appeals process that you can initiate with the Financial Ombudsman Service, FOS. Take heart in knowing that the FOS does indeed approve at least 90% of the appeals they officiate over. Once you win your claim against the lender you will no longer need to ask whose money is it anyway because you will be justified in knowing the government agrees with you - it is your money and always has been.

Why Should We Have To Claim Protection Insurance Back?

Unfortunately, lenders don't see things in the same way we do so they think nothing of misselling costly PPI to us and then claiming that money as their own. It is obvious how little regard we are treated with when year after year the interest rates on loans just keep going up with no respect for the fact that the average consumer cannot afford those high rates. Now to compound the issue they are forcing our hands by adding missed sold PPI to our loans making us claim protection insurance back that should never have been taken from us in the first place. Why should we have to claim protection insurance back? We shouldn't really have to do that but as it stands it is something which needs to be done simply because we have allowed lenders in the UK to become altogether too greedy.

Reclaiming PPI can be accomplished much easier with the assistance of a professional PPI claims management company. Trained professionals are on hand to clearly state in your claim why you believe payment protection insurance was mis-sold to you by the lender and then they can calculate how much money is due back to you when you claim protection insurance back. Whilst this can also be accomplished without professional help, consumers are finding that putting an expert on the job relieves them of the frustration of dealing with lenders who have treated them poorly. You can speak with a claims specialist today on 0207 471 2000 to see if you qualify to claim protection insurance back.


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