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Claiming Back PPI on Credit Cards

In May of 2007 the Financial Services Authority (FSA) released a progress report entitled "Treating Customers Fairly", which was designed to follow up a long line of investigations commencing in 2006, revealing the extent of payment protection insurance mis-selling in the United Kingdom. These studies showed that more than 90% of investigated PPI policies were actually mis-sold by lenders or credit card companies.The revelations resulted in a massive influx of complaints filed against credit card companies, with approximately 30,000 to 50,000 payment protection claims now being handled in the UK annually.

Recognizing Credit Card PPI

Because card issuers use a plethora of interchangeable terms to describe payment protection insurance it can be difficult to recognize PPI charges on monthly statements. If you notice surcharges or fees pertaining to any type of insurance policy may want to consider claiming back PPI on credit cards with the help of our experienced staff. Terms used to describe credit card PPI may include, but are not limited to payment insurance, repayment coverage, and credit insurance. Since there are several types of credit card insurance policies offered by card issuers it is important to consult with a PPI claims specialist to find out if you're eligible to begin claiming back PPI on credit cards today.

The Benefits of Reclaiming Credit Card PPI

By reclaiming credit card PPI payments you can reduce your monthly payments by anywhere from £10 to £50 or more. In addition to reducing the cost of your monthly repayments and lowering the chances of going into debt, you can also use some of the funds gained when claiming back PPI on credit cards to repay existing debts and improve your credit score. Fortunately, you are not obligated to pay for our services at all unless we're able to secure adequate compensation for your claim*, and you can be sure that we'll do our best to obtain the highest refund possible we aim to get every customer a full refund plus 8% interest. PPI on credit cards is an increasingly common occurrence, and Belmont Thornton is one of the foremost firms in the United Kingdom specialising in these matters.

Filing Claims against Major Card Issuers and Banks

Whilst many cardholders are reluctant to dispute unfair surcharges and fees with their credit card company for fear of having their credit account closed, the FSA has already fined several high street banks millions of pounds, and has forced them to return PPI payments to thousands of cardholders claiming PPI on credit cards. In fact, major card issuers are no more immune to PPI reclaims than private lenders and independent brokers, and may even be held more closely liable for their actions than smaller companies. If you've been strongly considering disputing your payment protection insurance policy and claiming PPI on credit cards, but are intimidated by the reputation of your bank, leverage the professional assistance of Belmont Thornton today.

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