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Payment protection insurance, PPI, policies have become a new way for credit card companies, banks, private lenders, and mortgage brokers to earn additional profits by increasing overall loan amounts and generating commissions for each policy sold. Although lenders are supposed to verify the eligibility and coverage needs of their clients before selling them a PPI policy, many simply overlook guidelines and regulations in order to increase profits. Fortunately, if you believe you have paid for, or are currently paying for, a PPI policy despite the fact that you are ineligible for cover, you may want to consider the following information pertaining to climbing back debt PPI payments.

How to Determine If You Are Eligible to Claim Back Debt PPI

If you're not sure whether your debt PPI policy was sold inappropriately or would like to inquire about the likelihood of receiving a full refund, you may want to fill out a quick claim form and/or participate in a free consultation as soon as possible. Given the exceedingly negative reputation of PPI in general, credit card companies and lenders are doing their best to disguise PPI policies by calling them various similar terms and phrases such as loan protection, repayment coverage, and credit protection. If you're just becoming aware of PPI policy payments, or have just been denied benefits by the insurance company, it may be time to recover payment protection insurance charges with the help of Belmont Thornton.

Who Will Be Responsible for Refunding Debt PPI?

New regulations and publications issued by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) have significantly simplified the process of recovering payment protection charges for the average consumer. Given the negative statistics and perception that now surrounds PPI, it makes sense that many consumers are being given full reimbursement. In addition, as the public's perception of PPI becomes increasingly worse, the amount of refunds filed each year will gradually rise until monitoring for PPI mis-selling and submitting a PPI claim becomes common knowledge. Fortunately, increasing numbers of UK consumers are becoming more aware of the problem as there is so much day after day in the media and none of it is good news!

What Is Needed in Order to Recover Debt PPI?

Luckily, you won't have to make any additional upfront investments in order to file for a debt PPI refund when you utilise the services of Belmont Thornton. In fact, you won't be required to pay* until you're able to receive a refund for all of the funds that were allocated towards PPI policy without your consent. Even if you have very little proof of the policy being sold you may be able to receive compensation based on adequate suspicion, especially considering the prevalence of PPI mis-selling. Ultimately, all that is needed to recover payment protection charges is a bit of patience (the process usually lasts anywhere from one to two months) and the ability to fill out a quick claim form today.

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