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Loan protection insurance, also referred to as payment protection insurance (PPI), is usually paid for in the form of a one-time premium that is financed by the lender and then repaid gradually by the borrower. In most cases the lender will convince an applicant that loan protection insurance is either extremely beneficial or absolutely mandatory for loan approval and/or could affect the amount that can be borrowed. However, loan protection insurance is never mandatory, and in more than 95% of cases it does not provide the protection or coverage promised within the loan agreement. If you feel you were not adequately notified of the terms and conditions of your loan protection policy, or believe that you were ineligible for the policy at the time of purchase, consider the following information pertaining to the payment protection claims process.

Why Should You Fill Out a Loan Protection Claim Form?

You may want to fill out a loan protection claim form if the financial institution didn't properly discuss the eligibility terms and exclusions for the PPI policy, or failed to adequately inform you of the price. Many lenders overlook eligibility criteria and mis-sell PPI policies to ineligible borrowers in an attempt to earn more profit through commissions and increased interest. Such unscrupulous lenders usually prey on the desperation of applicants that have poor credit and are in dire need of financial assistance. By filling out a loan protection claim form you can begin the claims process and receive a full PPI refund within 2 to 8 weeks.

Information You Will Need to Provide on a Loan Protection Claim Form

To receive a claims pack in the posts that will guide you through the process of obtaining a PPI refund simply fill out the quick claim form on this page with your basic information. The preliminary consultation process typically takes less than a day, after which your case will be taken care of by a PPI expert that will guide you through the process of receiving total reimbursement from the lender that mis-sold you the PPI policy. If you'd like to discuss your case with a PPI claims specialists you can contact us on 0207 471 2000. Some clients find it more convenient and enjoyable to receive personalised assistance over the phone than to use e-mail correspondence.

What Happens after You Fill out a Loan Protection Claim Form?

After providing your first name, last name, phone contact information, physical address, and e-mail address, you'll be given a complimentary claims pack that contains advice and instructions on reclaiming PPI payments. Fortunately, you can fill out a loan protection claim form online or over the phone in just a couple of minutes, after which you will have officially begun the loan protection claim process. To expedite the process of receiving a full PPI refund you should try to include every detail about the loan agreement and how the PPI policy was sold.

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