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Although bankers have never had a glowing reputation, at least we used to be able to treat them with some amount of respect. Unfortunately, the past decade has shown us a new side to lenders which many of us would never have believed to be possible in years gone by. It is not news and should come as no surprise to learn that lenders throughout the UK have been bilking taxpayers of their hard earned money by perpetrating a scam so huge that the government had to step in to stop them from continuing down this road. It is a long and winding road that is literally forcing consumers to claim to gain bank charges back from mis-sold payment protection insurance.

PPI Defined

Payment protection insurance, PPI, should have been an ethical cover to help consumers make loan payments when they suddenly find themselves out of work due to unemployment or illness. Lenders have taken an ethical, albeit expensive, cover and sold it to people who couldn't afford it, didn't want it, didn't know they were buying it and it didn't qualify to be covered under the policy. Now millions of UK consumers are forced to claim to gain bank charges back from mis-sold payment protection.

Going up against the Big Guys

There are literally hundreds of thousands of payment protection claims active at any given point whilst borrowers are filing a claim to gain bank charges back. Sometimes borrowers are filing claims on their own without the assistance of professional claims companies and other times they are more comfortable with the services of a PPI claims management team. Anyone who has never had experience going up against a major organization like the big six banks in the UK may not be ready for a fight of this magnitude.

Lenders Reluctant to Return Your Money

In order to claim to gain bank charges back you have to first file a claim with the lender who mis-sold the PPI policy to you in the first place. Human nature being what it is, you know those lenders are not going to readily admit that they broke any laws or violated any code of ethics. In other words they are going to deny the fact that they mis-sold payment protection insurance to you when you file a claim to gain bank charges back. Even so, that's only part of the reason banks don't like approving claims against PPI. Most of them simply don't want to part with the money they have stolen from you.

If you find that you need assistance filing a claim to gain bank charges back from a lender who has become difficult to work with you can always call Belmont Thornton on 0207 471 2000 to speak with a professional claims specialist. Belmont Thornton, Belmont Thornton, works on a no win no fee basis and will not take any claims unless they feel the claim is valid. You will not be required to pay anything up front once they have agreed to represent you and they will only take a fee if taken win your claim for you. Don't throw good money after bad by paying a deposit with any company that claims to have a solid track record. A company that believes in what they can accomplish will always work on a contingency.

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