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Many times consumers are trying to claim payment protection back so that they may have the necessary funds in order to cover those same bills that payment protection was supposed to cover. These customers were unaware that at the time they obtained payment protection that they did not qualify for this coverage. This is one of the dirty tactics that lenders used in order to get buyers to sign up for payment protection so that they may charge up to an additional 50% (or more!) on the money borrowed.

What Can I Do to Help?

For consumers trying to claim payment protection back there the many obstacles in their path. These customers are just trying to claim payment protection back which they rightfully deserve if they were mis-sold a payment protection policy. The lenders however, are still trying to take advantage of the borrowers on every turn. Most the time lenders would deny their PPI claims to financial compensation regarding the mis-sold payment protection policies forcing consumers to file a PPI reclaim to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). The lenders know that most policyholders would not keep all of the original documentation that the FOS requires for anyone trying to file a claim. One of the most beneficial things you can do to help yourself and this process is to keep all original documentation regarding the loan and payment protection. This also includes receipts from payments made to the payment protection company and the lender

Where to Find Help

As with most consumers who have been taken advantage of by lenders mis-selling payment protection, when trying to claim payment protection back you find yourself needing extra help. Luckily for you, there are PPI claims companies which may assist you in this situation. These companies are trained to be able to claim payment protection back within eight weeks normally and get started within 24 hours on your claim. A good percentage of these companies we'll offer their services to potential customers on a no-win no fee basis so that the borrower can get help without hurting themselves. It is almost like the PPI claims companies are saying, "Help me help you".

How to Decide

After you have made your decision not to forgo it alone in your attempt to claim patent protection back you probably want to know how to decide which payment protection claims company is best for you, after all, you are trying to claim payment protection back as far as possible and for as much money as possible. PPI claims companies that are approved by the Ministry of Justice have had to meet strict guidelines in which to do business. Companies that have not been certified by the Ministry of Justice may not adhere to the same strict code of ethics as the ones that are. Considering that the unethical sales of payment protection is what got us here in the first place, it is safe to assume you would like a company that has ethics.

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