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If you were told that your payment protection insurance (PPI) was mandatory, or that would improve your chances of being approved for a loan, you were mis-sold a policy and should begin claiming back personal loan protection charges immediately. Studies have shown that the majority of policyholders that file a claim against their PPI policy are denied benefits, and about £.20 is paid out by payment protection insurance companies per pound that is spent by consumers on PPI premiums. A PPI premium can cost as much as 50% of the total loan amount making it one of the most expensive and least beneficial types of insurance in existence.

I Want My PPI Back Because I Was in Eligible for the Policy When It Was Purchased

A PPI policy is considered to be mis sold whenever the bank doesn't sufficiently inform the debtor of the policy's terms, conditions, prices, and insurance protection requirements. If it is verified that the PPI coverage was improperly advertised, either by misinformation or misleading salesmanship, you may be successful in claiming back payment protection insurance. If you are under the impression that you were inadequately informed of the insurance policy's coverage/eligibility requirements or were indeed not supposed to be eligible for the PPI policy at the time of loan signing, then you might want to think about claiming back PPI. Though situations in which policyholders are eligible for coverage will vary depending on the policy terms and conditions, a large percentage of applicants are likely to be turned down for assistance due to coverage ineligibility.

I Want My PPI Back Because I Was Not Adequately Informed of Policy Coverage

Since most PPI policies only cover specific types of incidents that may cause someone to have difficulties with repayments, is important for lenders to only recommend policies that are suitable for the coverage and budget needs of each client. If you believe you were not sufficiently advised of the agreed payment structure, then you might want to think about claiming back PPI with the help of Belmont Thornton. PPI policies that were paid for by a single premium are most likely to be refunded, as these are usually profit-motivated.

I Want My PPI Back As Quickly As Possible

Given the fact that PPI is supposed to provide assistance when you are unable to make repayments, is understanding that you want to reclaim your bank charges as soon as possible. Fortunately, utilising our services will not only increase your chances of succeeding in reclaiming PPI, it will also expedite the process of claiming back PPI significantly. While the precise length of time it takes to claim back payment protection insurance payments can vary for every claim, the whole reclaim process normally takes no more than 2 months, however the preliminary consultation process usually takes less than 1 day, after which your compensation claim will be resolved by a PPI professional.


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