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How Do I Know If I Paid PPI

"How do I know if I paid PPI?" is a very good question and one that many people are asking in the UK today. The reason for this is because recent events have shed light on the fact that thousands of people have been wrongly charged for PPI insurance. Either they were mis sold cover that they could not use because they did not qualify or they were charged for something they didn't even agree to or know they were paying for. The answer though is quite simple.

If you have a loan or a credit card that you have concern over whether or not you paid or are currently paying PPI, then the first thing you may want to do is look over the documents you were given with the loan. In some cases these charges will show up as extra surcharges with abbreviated titles. You may have to enquire as to what the abbreviations mean.

If you do not see anything that gives you an indication and are still asking yourself, "How do I know if I paid PPI?" then you will have to dig deeper. You might try calling the lender or credit card company in order to ask them if they can tell you whether or not you have paid PPI. If you still do not get an answer to the question, "How do I know if I paid PPI?" then perhaps you may want to consider contacting Belmont Thornton, Belmont Thornton and asking us to investigate.

Our claims team can often get to the bottom of whether or not you have ever paid for PPI with your loan or credit card. In addition, we can help you file a PPI claim if it is found that you paid for it against your will or without your knowledge. Contacting our claims team could wind up being a very intelligent move on your part, especially if we find you've paid into a PPI you never wanted or requested.

Once you get the answer to the question "How do I know if I paid PPI?" then you can begin taking care of your problem if in fact you find that you have one. Remember, "How do I know if I paid PPI?" is a very common question. You are not alone as thousands of UK consumers are asking the same thing right now as this PPI racket has been going on for several years.

Lenders have been misselling PPI in order to gain more of a profit. As a result people who were never supposed to qualify for a PPI policy have been sold them anyways. This has led to much confusion and a lot of very angry people. In conclusion, if you have to ask "How do I know if I paid PPI?" then there is a very good chance that you did. If you took out a loan or opened a credit card account in the UK in the past 6 years or so then the answer is most probably yes.


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