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Going to a lender can really help you out of a tight situation. However, you must remember that any time you borrow money from a bank you are essentially setting yourself up for failure if you are not careful about the type of loan you take out and the interest rate attached to it. Never get in over your head and get stuck with payments you cannot possibly make. In addition, when your lender starts trying to fast talk you into what is called loan insurance then perhaps you better let the lender know that you are wise to what is going on with payment protection in the UK, and no thank you! If you are one of the unfortunates who've come to this website too late and are already paying for PPI then you are going to want to educate yourself on making PPI claims.

How Lenders are Selling PPI Incorrectly

From the perspective of an insurance company there should always be some kind of limitation on the type of people you'll cover. With this it seems natural that loan protection insurance would also have its own set of limitations. Insurance companies let the public and the lenders know exactly what their criterion is. The bad thing is that lenders do not use this information wisely. Rather, they do not use it at all. This means they pay little mind to whether or not a buyer meets the qualifications for cover, as long as the lender makes a little bit of money on the deal, all is well. Obviously consumers do not agree with this logic and that is why so many are making PPI claims at this time. They want their money back, and rightly so.

How Making PPI Claims Helps You

Once you've noticed that you are paying for a cover that you cannot even use then you probably want to try and see how you can get out of paying any more towards it. If it is attached the your total monthly payment then there will be no other way except for making PPI claims against the lender/lenders who have sold you the policies. Of course if you want to know how making PPI claims will really help you then you must realize that doing so can get you a refund for the money you've already paid into the cover. You may not get everything but even a little bit of a recovery is a good thing.

You can count on the fact that your lender is probably never going to sit you in an office and explain everything that occurred and why you were given PPI you did not ask for. In fact, your chances of seeing God are probably better! This is why making PPI claims with a company like Belmont Thornton backing you is the smartest way to get through the process of applying for a refund. If you are worried about the extra money you will spend getting us to represent you while making PPI claims, don't. We do not charge you a single solitary pound until the time comes that you actually get your refund, if you are to get one.


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