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Loan insurance protection was invented a long time ago and it is believed the intentions were good at the time. It is intended to provide cover for people who take out loans just in case they should become ill or otherwise debilitated and unable to pay their payments. However, it has been grossly abused by lenders and as a result there are people all over the UK paying for payment protection insurance they never asked for and cannot use at all.

Why Are There People Paying for PPI They Cannot Use?

This is because it is very commonly sold to people who do not meet the specifications required. This means people who are either too old to qualify for coverage or who are self employed. There are also a number of other restrictions that people are not told about. In fact, sometimes people are not even told that a temporary job disqualifies them. PPI companies have more stringent rules and restrictions than lenders do. As a result lenders tend to mis sell PPI quite a bit. It is anybody's guess as to whether this is done intentionally or not but the fact remains the same, people are paying for loan protection insurance that they do not need. This leads them left with no choice but to file a payment protection claim payment protection claim to try and obtain loan protection insurance back.

How to Know if You Have Been Mis Sold Loan Protection Insurance

By now just about everyone who ventures out into the world or owns anything that links them to it knows about the PPI scandal that is happening in the UK. If you have loans then you are probably a bit concerned right now. The first thing to do is find your loan documents and see if there is any evidence of PPI there. If there is then you can contact us here at Belmont Thornton for a free consult. We will be happy to look over your situation and see if there is anything that points to mis sold loan protection insurance. If there is we will do what we do best and that is to try and help you claim back your loan protection insurance money. There will be no fee if we do not win you a refund. That is the way we work here, no win, no fee*.

Claiming loan protection insurance back is not rocket science and does not involve years of deliberation as other court proceedings do but in some cases they can take a few months to wrap up. The normal amount of time for a claim is anywhere between two and eight weeks. We do not ever make promises that we will get you a refund but we do promise to provide you with excellent customer services and fight as hard as we can to help you obtain some or all of the money you have paid out into loan insurance protection over the years, for as many years as that may have been.

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