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If you live in the UK and have taken out a loan anytime within the past 10 years or so, then you are probably paying to PPI right now. You may or may not know it. Chances are your lender required you to take out this cover during the approval process. It seemed simple enough at the time. Get this insurance policy that lets the lender know that I will be covered if I am ever too ill to work and make my payments. Sadly, it is nowhere near that simple.

PPI costs so much money that it usually almost doubles your monthly payment on your loan. If you look back over the period of time you have been playing your loan then you might realise that this is no laughing matter at all. If you do not know for sure whether or not you are paying for PPI then you should check right away and if you are then start inquiring about payment protection refunds. A lot of people in your shoes are doing the exact same thing right now. They are doing everything in their power to go about claiming back payment protection insurance. In fact, there are millions of payment protection insurance claims happening as we speak.

Claiming back payment protection insurance is not as easy as one two three but it certainly is not hard if you are working with the right people. There are several companies out there who have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to helping you in claiming back payment protection insurance. However, if you attempt to go about claiming back payment protection insurance on your own then you may end up finding out that this was not your best option at all. First of all it is going to take you a lot longer to do than had you used a professional. Secondly, the lender is not going to take you seriously at all. After all, how many people have probably tried to take on your lender un to now? Chances are there have been thousands of people who have tried claiming back payment protection insurance on their own, to no avail.

If you have recently tried to make a claim in order to get your PPI to make your loan payments and have been denied, being told that you never should have qualified for the policy in the first place then what was done to you is that you were mis sold PPI. This is a very common occurrence and you definitely should not feel as though you are the only one. The thing is you do not want to sit back and allow this horrible thing to be done to you without putting up a fight and at least trying claiming back payment protection insurance. If you do then not only will you have lost a great deal of money but the lender will be free to continue doing this to unsuspecting people.


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