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Mis Sold Payment Protection UK

 Mis sold payment protection UK has become a huge issue as the number of payment protection insurance claims continues to grow. Some of the large UK lenders have processed hundreds of thousands of claims with more expected in the coming months.

Filing a Mis Sold Payment Protection UK Claim

One of the confusing aspects of filing a claim against PPI in the UK is that the claim is actually filed first with lender who mis-sold PPI. The odd thing is that in most cases you have an insurance claim you file with the insurance company but PPI differs in that the claim is filed with the lender who mis-sold PPI.

Going through the Appeals Process

When mis-sold payment protection UK claims are denied the consumer has recourse in that he or she can file an appeal with the Financial Ombudsman Service. Whilst no one really wants to go through the appeals process at least this gives the customer the opportunity to have their case reviewed by an independent third party. The good news is once the claim is approved on appeal payment protection refunds are ordered to be issued.

Professional Claims Companies in the UK

In the UK consumers have the option to file on their own with the lender for a PPI refund or they can work with a professional PPI claims company. Depending on whether or not you have the time on your hands you may want to file on your own.  A professional claims company is well-versed in the legalities and can resent your claim with a minimal amount of confusion.

If you are looking for a professional company to handle a claim on a mis sold payment protection UK policy try to find one that is registered with the Ministry of Justice and that will work on a no win no fee contingency. Belmont Thornton meets both of those requirements and has thousands of satisfied customers. To speak with a claims representative today call 0207 471 2000


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