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Latest on Bank Charges

When you are mis sold PPI a lot of things can happen. One of the worst things that can happen is that you can get added bank charges. To see what the latest on bank charges is and what the best way to handle them, try looking around the Belmont Thornton site. We have a number of resources available to anyone who is considering filing a payment protection claim. Mis sold payment protection insurance is a growing concern and not one that seems to be getting any better any time soon. If you are someone who has just found out that you've been mis sold PPI and have added charges to your bank account then you are definitely going to want to know about the latest on bank charges.

Learning What the Charges Are From

One of the things when looking at the latest on bank charges that you will want to know is where3 they all come from and how you accumulate them. Bank charges are usually seen as a result of the PPI cover being added to the lump sum of the loan. This basically means that if you cannot simply cancel the policy once you've learned about it. Of course this is probably what the lenders intend when they made it that way. With any other insurance policy you can cancel at a whim and just stop paying it. This is not always the case with PPI. The latest on bank charges seems to be that in order to avoid them you must continue making your PPI and loan payments while you are in the payment protection claim process.

Getting Rid of the Charge Forever

In order to get the latest on bank charges and stop them coming in forever, at least as far as those for loan protection, the first thing you have to do is consult with a PPI claims specialist. We at Belmont Thornton pride ourselves in running a full service PPI Claims company that has been helping people to get out from under their high PPI payments and even file for PPI refunds for quite some time now. We are a simple service to use and not only that but we do not charge you anything unless you do actually get a refund. Remember that your first claim is going to be reviewed by the very lender who sold you the cover so do not lose faith if that is denied. However, the best news to come for a long time is that appeals are being heard by the FOS- Financial Ombudsman Service. Why is this good news? It is because the FOS is approving about 90% of all appeals that come to them.

If you want out of your PPI cover and do not know how to go about getting out if it. Give us a call at 0207 471 2000 or contact us via this website. Our team of PPI claims professionals will be glad to offer you advice on all aspects of mis sold PPI.


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