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It seems as though there is absolutely no where we can turn where we are not getting robbed blind. Even our most trusted banks and other financial institutions have been secretly draining money from us for more than a decade by misselling us a product called payment protection insurance, PPI. As if it wasn't bad enough that we have been paying PPI on loans, we are now finding that most credit card companies are also attaching payment protection on top of the already high fees they are charging to use those credit cards. In order to claim back payment protection on credit cards you will need to follow the steps in the claim back PPI procedure.

In a Tailspin Trying to Claim Back Payment Protection on Credit Cards

Since there are many times credit cards are issued on out of town banks and other financial institutions, it can get a bit confusing trying to determine exactly where to claim back payment protection on credit cards. Of course the credit cards which have been issued by your local banks are easy to understand because you know where the lender is. However, for those credit cards which came via post and you have no idea where the actual lender is located, it could be a bit trickier trying to claim back payment protection on credit cards. In other words, filing a PPI claim against your local bank for credit card charges are much the same as claiming back bank charges would be on a mortgage loan or an automobile loan.

How Much Can I Claim Back from Payment Protection on Credit Cards?

Most people want to know how much they will get back on a claim back payment protection on credit cards refund. There is actually no way to know this without your credit card records in front of you. Each lender charges a different amount for payment protection insurance, or rather the insurance company charges different amounts and the lender charges different rates of interest on premiums carried forth. As well, some credit card issuers charge an annual premium whilst others charge monthly based on your outstanding balance carried forward. However, it is safe to say that if indeed that PPI on your credit card was mis-sold you can claim back payment protection on credit cards exactly what you put into it in most cases.

Of all the different types of PPI claims which can be made it is almost most difficult to claim back payment protection on credit cards because there are so many different ways in which payment protection fees are assessed. Most consumers find that using a PPI claims company is a real plus because they understand the system and are better equipped to deal with credit card issuers than the average layperson is. If you would like to speak to a claims specialist about claiming back those PPI charges that were mis-sold on your credit card contact the claims team of Belmont Thornton on 0207 471 2000. You will not be charged a fee for your initial consultation and they only operate on a no win no fee basis so you will not pay anything until your claim is won.


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