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Loan protection is a phrase that is often used by lenders when attempting to promote a payment protection insurance (PPI) policy so that they may earn a commission and increase the overall amount of the loan. Sadly, loan protection provides policyholders with very little protection because in order to be eligible for policy benefits and must fall within a very narrow set of criteria. In fact, 95% of borrowers that filed a claim against their lender for mis-selling PPI were successful in reclaiming PPI payments and interest charges. When a lender sells a PPI policy they usually pay for the cost of the policy by charging a one-time premium addition to the original loan amount. Adversely, one credit card companies sell PPI policies they usually pay for the policy by charging a recurring monthly fee. If you'd like to learn more about reclaiming bank charges caused by PPI payments, consider the following information.

Loan Protection UK-Important Facts

Many consumers that are having financial difficulties that are desperate for assistance are so worried about the chance of being turned down for the loan that they may be willing to pay extra for a PPI Policy without reconsidering. Just about thirty percent of the claims brought before the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) involve debtors claiming back payment protection on personal loans or credit cards. Just about 60% of the events reviewed pertained to different kinds of loans, while the other forty percent pertained to credit cards and mortgages. While PPI policies might account for about fifteen to twenty-five percent of the total loan amount, only 15% of policyholders attain help with monthly payments.

Loan Protection UK Policies the Focal Point of Recent PPI Controversy

Anyone that was sold a PPI policy despite the eligibility requirements should endeavour to claim back funds spent on PPI immediately. As long as it can be shown that you were mis-sold a PPI policy you may be able to claim back personal loan protection payments. A lot of brokers simply dismiss eligibility guidelines and sell the policy in order to make a commission and increase the loan amount. In addition if the lender used deceitful misinformation to coerce you into buying the policy willingly, you're qualified to receive a PPI refund. Most people can secure a full PPI reclaim within eight weeks, a waiting period that is roughly the same how long it usually takes for a mere 15% of PPI policyholders to obtain minimal financial assistance.

Initiating the Loan Protection UK Reclaim Process

Belmont Thornton can provide a free consultation during which we'll comprehensively evaluate your situation by asking fairly straightforward questions pertaining to the amount borrowed, loan type, and the financial institution that mis-sold the PPI policy. After participating in a cost-free consultation you will be able to think about whether or not to attempt to reclaim PPI payments from your lender based on the counsel of the PPI claims team, after which the process of filing a claim would begin. But the best thing we have to offer besides a winning track record is our no win no fee* policy.


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