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There are many different types of mortgage loans and the one you are approved for will depend on your circumstances. In addition, there are a significant number of things to consider when going for a mortgage. One thing to beware of is that when taking a mortgage misselling of PPI or mortgage protection insurance policy, those situations can create a lot of hardships. If you are not aware of this now then you should definitely do some homework on the matter before walking into the mortgage company and applying for a loan. If you have been paying attention, there thousands and thousands of cases of mortgage miselling PPI out there right now. Payment protection claims are at an all time high and people are struggling to find solutions to messes they have gotten themselves into as a result.

Unfortunately, many loans are sold with some kind of payment protection insurance cover but most people are not informed correctly about this cover and as a result are forced to file mis sold payment protection claims. When you are sold any kind of cover that you will never be able to benefit from, this is considered to be mortgage misselling of PPI. Because PPI companies have so many restrictions on cover, the average person cannot claim for benefits using one of these policies and when they do are often turned down as a result. This leads to people trying to get refunds for money they have paid into these policies.

The best way to handle mortgage misselling of PPI is to file a claim using the services of Belmont Thornton, Belmont Thornton. Our claims team is highly skilled at dealing with complex matters such as PPI claims and reclaims. We work for your advantage and to the best of our ability to try and help you secure a refund as painlessly as possible. If you have already been a victim of mis sold PPI then we are the right company for you to come to. We handle thousands of mis sold PPI claims a year and have a track record of success which can't be beat.

It is also important to remember that even if you did know you were being sold PPI and knew of most of the restrictions but any vital information was left out, this still constitutes misselling of payment protection insurance. A couple of situations that are quite common are those of back injuries and age restrictions that have not been explained properly. For example, a 70 year old will not be able to receive cover with most PPI policies but that has not stopped the lenders from selling those polices anyway.

In addition, a person who injures his/her back while on the job is also an automatic exclusion under most PPI policies. If this information was not clearly explained to you then you do have grounds to request a refund. As well, if the government deems it necessary, they may very well slap a nice, hefty fine on your lender on top of requiring them to pay back money you have spent on mis sold PPI.

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