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How to Get Loan Protection Back

Anytime you hear the word protection you are probably automatically comforted. However when it comes to loan protection it may not be quite as nice as it sounds. In fact, there are people all over trying to work out how to get loan protection back. Loan protection insurance, also know as payment protection insurance or PPI is not only quite costly but also offers little to no actual protection. In fact, of everyone who is under this type of cover, only about 13% of claims ever get an approval. That is an alarmingly low percentage and it means there is something very wrong somewhere. In the UK today there are millions of payment protection insurance claims going on. People are working diligently to get their payment protection refunds as a result of missold PPI. If you are one of the unlucky ones then you may yourself be asking how to get loan protection back.

Taking on the Sharks

Whilst it may not be nice to call lenders sharks and we say it as respectfully as we possibly can. We at Belmont Thornton understand just how difficult this situation is on people. Many of you feel as though you have been mislead or even blatantly lied to by your lenders and some of you have a very good reason to feel that way. This is why we will do everything in our power to help you decide the best way how to get loan protection back. We have been dealing with thousands of these cases and have the tools needed to help a person file a PPI claim in no time at all. Most refunds can be processed within 8 weeks depending on the case. We will not guarantee that everyone who employs our services will get payment protection refunds but one thing we can guarantee is that we will make every effort to claim back what is rightfully yours. We work on a no win, no fee* basis to offer you a greater peace of mind in knowing we will do all we can.

You Were Mis Sold PPI If...

You were above the age restriction allowed by the insurance company to receive cover when you were sold the policy. You had some sort of debilitating and pre-existing condition that you altered your lender to. You worked only part time or were self employed at the time the policy was sold to you, and the lender knew this. You had some other sort of insurance cover to protect your bills and payments. If any of these things seem to fit you are your circumstances then you must work on how to get loan protection back as you were most definitely missold such.

When it comes to something as important as how to get loan insurance back it is vital to remember you may have been paying your policy for quite some time. This means that you case could wind up being a little more complex than someone who has only been paying in for a couple of years and asking how to get loan protection back.

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