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Payment protection insurance (PPI), also commonly referred to as loan payment protection insurance, is a type of coverage that is supposed to provide repayment assistance when a policyholder is unable to make payments. Sadly, the majority of claims filed against PPI policies are denied due to ineligibility, and this is primarily the fault of credit card issuers for not ensuring that their clients are receiving suitable payment protection insurance policies. If you're wondering how to claim back credit card charges, Belmont Thornton provides a free consultation in which we'll systematically review your case by asking fairly basic questions related to the amount of the loan, type of loan, and the financial institution that persuaded you to buy the PPI policy.

Grounds for Claiming Back Bank Charges

If it's found that the payment protection insurance coverage was mis sold, either as a result of deceit or misleading salesmanship, you may be able to recover payment protection. Most clients want to claim back PPI from their lender because they believe that they were not accurately informed what a PPI policy actually does, what kind of protection it provides, its cost, and how payments will be set up. Luckily, you don't have to know how to claim back credit card charges related to PPI, you simply have to know how to contact Belmont Thornton. Though coverage guidelines vary according to the policy fine print, nine out of ten policyholders will have their PPI claims denied on account of coverage ineligibility. You might want to give consideration to claiming back bank charges if the creditor didn't fully describe the policy eligibility requirements and exclusions for your PPI policy, or did not fully disclose the policy price.

How to Claim Back Credit Card Charges

Learning how to claim back credit card charges will be fairly simple once you've received our claims pack in the post, which you can request by submitting your details in our quick claim form. If you decide to pursue a PPI claim against your credit card company you should know that you all have to pay anything unless you received total compensation for all of the payments spent on PPI. If you are under the impression that you weren't adequately told about the insurance policy's coverage conditions and price or should not have been offered the policy at the time of loan signing, you may want to begin considering how to claim back credit card charges. By having a professional PPI claim company facilitate the claims process you can maximise your chance of success, while minimizing effort, risk and time spent. How Much Money Can You Claim Back in Credit Card Charges?

Once you have learned how to claim back credit card charges related to PPI, you're probably wondering how much you can reclaim. Although the exact amount of a PPI refund will differ depending on how long you've been making repayments on the card, whether you've been paying for multiple policies simultaneously through a single financial institution, and the specific cost of the policy itself. A typical PPI policy can cost anywhere from 15 to 25% of the total loan amount, however cardholders usually pay monthly charges that are equal to about 2 to 3% of the current account balance.


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