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How to Claim Back PPI Yourself

If you are questioning how to claim back PPI yourself one of those things you really need to be aware of is the fact that there are rules and regulations regarding PPI claims and the slightest misstep could bear results you're not looking for. Indeed, it is well within your rights to file your claim on your own but many consumers have found that using professional third-party representatives is not only less frustrating and time-consuming but also provides peace of mind in knowing that they have an expert working on their behalf.

The Basics of Claiming Back PPI

Before learning how to claim back PPI you really need to understand the basics which include calculating how much money you spent on PPI as well as in finding a way to prove that payment protection insurance has been mis-sold. These two aspects may not seem all that complicated at first glance but when you get down to details you may find that certain areas are a bit tricky. In fact, one of the most difficult aspects you will need to overcome is getting the lender to admit that PPI was mis-sold in the first place or misrepresented, as the case may be. This is where many people find it beneficial to use a professional claims management company to be there representative when filing to claim back mis-sold PPI.

Third-Party Representatives

As mentioned above, there is a great amount of information you will need to learn when seeking to understand how to claim back PPI yourself. The smallest omission could result in your claim being unnecessarily delayed and if you are anxious to claim back money you have spent on payment protection insurance you certainly don't want any delays. Professional claims teams have perfected the art of filing claims on behalf of consumers. They have, or the most part, dealt with just about any and every lender in the UK which means that they know in advance which lenders are liable to hold out against claims in which lenders will readily review claims that are submitted. Understanding how to claim back PPI entails more than learning if you rules and regulations it also means understanding how lenders operate.

When you contact Belmont Thornton, Belmont Thornton, the first thing you are liable to tell the claims team is that you are looking at how to claim back PPI. Perhaps you have been looking at how to claim back PPI yourself and have become frustrated in the process which is why you are contacting Belmont Thornton. You will speak with a member of the claims team when you call 0207 471 2000 and you will be able to discuss any concerns you have in regards to a PPI reclaim to be filed with the lender. The claims team will be more than happy to address your questions and concerns and assure you that your claim will be in good hands. We work on a no win no fee basis* as our main goal is to claim back PPI for you. When you win we win.


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