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When you open a credit card account you may be asked to sign a number of documents. It would be wise to read those documents thoroughly. Unfortunately, many people do not pay attention to the small print and as a result are led into signing up for credit card payment protection cover that they do not need or want. Mis sold PPI is a problem that is creating serious issues for many people today.

Financial Problems with Credit Card Payment Protection Cover

Credit card payment protection cover can add quite a bit of money to the payment each month. Credit cards already have a high interest rate so adding anything to that amount can make credit card payments almost impossible to make. This is especially true if someone is already struggling to pay their bills. Mis sold payment protection is not something to make light of. Credit card payment protection cover is expensive and should not be charged to someone unless they have specifically requested it or at least qualify for it. In addition, no one should ever feel as though they have been coerced in any way to purchase loan protection, for any type of loan.

Powerful Sales Tactics

Every business that provides products, services or even loans has tactics that they use to sell people things. There is nothing wrong with this; it is how people make their money. For this reason many credit card companies may employ strong or even pushy sales tactics in order to get their borrowers to purchase credit card payment protection cover. Unfortunately, there is a point where they draw the line and this is where it goes from a sales tactic to coercion. This is one of the things you ought to be aware of if you are planning to apply for a credit card.

Being Sold Cover without Your Knowledge

In addition, if you already hold a credit card and have recently noticed that you are in fact paying for credit card payment protection cover then you might want to look into the situation and make sure that you were not mis sold this type of cover. The first way to do this is to contact a specialist such as Belmont Thornton and get a free consultation. This company has been serving thousands of people in the UK in terms of helping them out of credit card payment protection cover binds, and getting them refunds for mis sold PPI. Times are hard enough these days without the added trauma of being charged more money than necessary for things we do not even need.

Very few times will credit card payment protection cover provide benefits and many people are actually denied claims. Therefore it makes much more sense to look into the option of getting a PPI refund if you have been denied on a claim. If the insurance company denies your claim based of the fact that you were not eligible when you purchased your PPI policy, then you may just have a very good chance of obtaining a refund and getting the money back that you've paid in. With credit card payment protection it is important to note that the money is slowly drained over a period of time and not taken all at once as other types of payment protection insurance are. Talk to the claims team at Belmont Thornton about claiming back mis sold PPI.


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