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Loan claims related to PPI refunds are becoming increasingly common United Kingdom, where approximately 50,000 to 70,000 residents are filing complaints and receiving compensation each year. While only 15% of PPI policyholders are given repayment assistance after filing a claim, more than 75% of consumers that file loan claims will be successful in obtaining a full PPI refund. If you are lucky enough to be within the small percentage of PPI policyholders that are granted benefits, it'll take many weeks to receive even the smallest amount of repayment assistance, so it would be much more advisable to begin claiming back PPI insurance charges rather than pursuing policy benefits. While the exact total will vary depending on the case details, the average PPI refund ranges anywhere from £2000 to £3000.

What to Expect from the PPI Loan Claims Process

Process will begin with the initial consultation stage, which usually lasts no longer than one day. By providing basic information about the loan amount, loan type, and your lender, you can help me PPI claims specialist determine whether or not your loan claims case should be pursued. In fact, we usually do not take cases that do not have a seemingly high chance of success because our clients are not charged a fee unless they are able to receive a full PPI refund. Overall, the process usually takes no more than eight weeks to complete, after which you'll receive every pound spent on the PPI policy premium

When Should You Initiate the PPI Loan Claims Process?

If you are under the impression that you were not entirely warned about the policy's coverage/eligibility prerequisites and repayment structure or were fundamentally ineligible for the PPI policy when you signed for the loan, then you may want to consider reclaiming PPI. Although the eligibility requirements differ according to the policy stipulations, a large percentage of policyholders borrowers are likely to be turned down for benefits on account of ineligibility. You could be in a position to claim back PPI payments if the lender didn't fully discuss the coverage eligibility conditions and exclusions for your PPI policy, or decided not to sufficiently notify you of the amount of the policy premium.

How Common Are PPI Loan Claims in the UK?

Investigations conducted by a prominent financial authority unveiled that a mere 5% of the PPI policies evaluated were sold legitimately, with the other ninety-five percent considered to be mis-sold due to dishonest salesmanship or misinformation. Reclaiming PPI is less of a challenge now that various financial authorities have shared reports related to the improper sale of PPI policies in the UK. There are currently an estimated 20 million PPI policies active within the United Kingdom alone, with approximately 40% of them being attached to credit cards or mortgage loans. Every year approximately 7 million PPI policies are taken out, resulting in the generation of approximately £5.5 billion in premiums for insurance companies and lenders that are involved in the underwriting of these policies.

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