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Payment protection insurance (PPI) is specifically designed to provide coverage for mortgage holders, credit card holders, and other borrowers in the event that they are unable to make repayments due to unemployment or health problems.  When underhanded tactics are used to persuade someone into purchasing a PPI policy this is known as mis-selling. If you believe you may have been a victim of mis-selling you can make a PPI claim.

How Can Filing a PPI Claim Form Help You?

While filing a claim against the actual PPI policy may not give you a high chance of success in receiving repayment assistance, you may be able to file a claim against the lender that wrongfully sold you the PPI policy. This would effectively allow you to reclaim the funds spent on the unnecessary insurance policy. Many people who choose to take this route also choose to use a professional PPI claims company. These professional companies are equipped with experienced personnel that are able to assess the information provided within your PPI claim form. Instead of representing yourself or hiring an attorney that is experienced in matters related to payment protection insurance, consider utilizing the services of a PPI claims company.

How Much Compensation Can I Receive?

Although the exact amount of compensation that will be awarded to you will vary depending on how much you've paid towards the policy in the past and mis-selling being proven, you can be sure that filling out a PPI claim form is the first step in recovering funds lost due to unnecessary PPI policy. In general, a payment protection insurance policy costs about 13-25% of the total loan or mortgage amount. Thus, the amount of money spent on a payment protection insurance policy that covers a £200,000 mortgage could be as expensive as £50,000. A good PPI claims company will attempt to recover all of the money that you spent on the policy.

What Information Do I Need for PPI Claim Forms?

Most PPI claim forms ask for basic information such as name, address, phone number, e-mail address, and any additional comments that may pertain to your case. When consulting with a PPI claims company it is important to mention all information about the policy, including when you purchased it, the company from which it was purchased, and any questions you may have related to the claims process. PPI claim forms are usually simple web interfaces that allow you to establish simple contact with a PPI claims company via webmail. Most forms will facilitate a response within 24 hours of your inquiry, and are therefore one of the easiest and fastest ways to begin reclaiming the money lost due to a mis-sold PPI policy.


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