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If you've taken out a loan within the past six years you may have been mis-sold a payment protection policy. Payment protection insurance (PPI) is a type of coverage that is supposed to provide assistance in making repayments when you're unable to do so due to unemployment or injury. However, while those that receive assistance from the payment protection insurance company are certainly happy with their decision to enroll in the policy, the other 85% that are deemed ineligible for assistance are forced to consider payment protection claims.

Claim Back Mis Sold PPI with No Upfront Investment

In 2006 several investigations revealed major financial institutions and private lenders engaging and mis-selling PPI policies to borrowers that were either ineligible or were persuaded to purchase the policy with deceitful tactics. The result of these investigations ultimately caused the courts to rule in favour of hundreds of thousands of borrowers from 2006 to 2010. In fact, during the last fiscal quarter of 2009 nearly 25,000 residents of the United Kingdom were able to successfully claim back mis sold PPI payments. Because of these overwhelmingly positive odds, many PPI claims attorneys will begin working on your case with no upfront investment, and will not charge any fees unless you receive compensation.

Claim Back Mis Sold PPI with No Experience

Not only do you not need to invest any funds up front, you also don't need any experience or expertise pertaining to payment protection insurance or PPI refunds in order to claim back mis sold PPI payments. All you need is the ability to contact a PPI claims specialist via phone or e-mail and follow the advice given based on a small amount of your input. Ideally, if you want a quote or estimate pertaining to how much you'll be able to receive when you claim back mis sold PPI payments, you'll want to include the loan amount, loan type, and interest rates. Even if you know absolutely nothing about payment protection insurance, or you're not even sure if you have a PPI policy, contacting a professional PPI claim company will help you determine whether or not you're eligible to receive a refund.

Claim Back Mis Sold PPI in Less Than 60 Days

If you attempt to receive compensation from the lender by disputing the PPI loan charges independently there is a very small chance that you'll be able to claim back mis sold PPI within a reasonable timeframe. However, with the assistance of experienced attorneys that have expertise in dealing with PPI issues, you can claim back mis sold PPI within 2 to 8 weeks. In addition, if you submit an inquiry to a PPI claims specialist today, you should have a detailed response within 24 hours, after which the claims process can begin immediately. Contrarily, if you were to file a claim against a PPI policy itself, it could take 4 to 8 weeks to receive even a small amount of assistance that is if you are lucky enough to fall within the 15% of policyholders deemed eligible.


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