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Many people in the UK may have been mis sold PPI cover, but many may be unsure how to go about filing a claim. As a matter of fact, there is a process you can follow when reclaiming PPI, but it can be a bit confusing if you don't know the steps involved and just how to prove that you were mis sold PPI in the first place. However, once a claim is filed with the lender and approved, it is possible to get a payment protection plan refund for everything you spent on the cover.

What is the Process for Filing a PPI Claim?

At first you will need to verify that you were mis sold PPI cover. You will need to have the original copy of your loan documents on hand although you are urged not to send them to the lender. (These will come in handy if you need to fight for your payment protection plan refund through the appeals process.) Once it has been determined if your PPI was mis sold and payment protection plan refunds are in order, you may then receive bank charges refunds.

Filing Through a PPI Claims Company

Although you can choose to make a mis-selling claim yourself, many people decide to pursue a payment protection plan refund through a payment protection claims company. A PPI claims company will handle your claim on your behalf and will guide you through the whole process.

To find out more about making a claim through Belmont Thornton, call our team on  0207 471 2000. We work on a no win no fee* basis and will not charge you a fee unless we win your claim.

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