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Payment protection insurance claims are becoming more and more common these days. This could be because there has been so much media attention surrounding mis sold payment protection insurance or it could be because lenders have really gotten out of hand with it. Whatever the reason is there are millions of people in the process of trying to obtain payment protection refunds and loan insurance rebates. Perhaps you are just in the process of trying to figure out what to do about your PPI at this time. If you are then this is the best place for you to have come. Belmont Thornton is a name you can trust when it comes to helping people sort their issues with filing for a loan insurance rebate and getting a PPI refund. What's even more attractive about dealing with us is that we never charge a single pound if no refund is received. We work hard for you to get your claim processed as quickly as possible.

Steps for getting a Loan Insurance Rebate

Getting a loan insurance rebate really only involves a couple of steps and that is proving that loan insurance was mis sold to you in the first place and then filing a claim against the lender. Be ready to have to go into appeals and most lenders are holding fast to the money and doing whatever they can to procrastinate. This is why it is even that much more important for you to have someone like Belmont Thornton and the team of PPI claims management specialists we have on your side when you are trying to get a loan insurance rebate. Lenders seem to take us seriously and we have a very high success rate as a result. Keep in mind that not every person who goes in for a loan insurance rebate will actually get one, but if you have a strong enough case the possibility is very good that you will.

Best Possible Case

Mis sold PPI that is sold through any kind of trickery which can be proven is one of the most solid types of cases there are. In addition, if you have been sold PPI when you have a condition which clearly disqualifies you from coverage such as being too old or having a preexisting condition then you may have an even better chance at getting that loan insurance rebate. If proof can be furnished that a lender intentionally mis sold PPI then there is a good chance that lender could be fined as well. There are some cases that are not quite as easily proven. In some cases it may come down to your word against the lender's word and the only hope there is that the lender has other claims against them.

Getting a loan insurance rebate should only take between 2 week and 8 weeks but there are some that do take a little bit longer. If you have had several loans and are filing claims against more than one lender this scenario could cause the process to be a bit longer. Even so, your claims team will keep you abreast of any actions in any outstanding claims for payment protection refunds.


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