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It seems as though there is so much attention being given to a PPI letter that most people are not understanding there is more to filing a PPI claim than writing a simple letter. A letter is good; no doubt about it, but a PPI letter should not, and cannot, substitute for a PPI claim. Also, there may be times when more than one letter will be in a PPI claim file so it is important to understand the different types of PPI letters which can, and should, be used in conjunction with filing a claim.

PPI Letter of Introduction

As we learned in school, any formal communication with a business entity should be accompanied by a formal letter of introduction. A PPI letter of introduction needs to state clearly and briefly the point of filing the claim, in this instance that would be reclaiming PPI. You could briefly state your reasons for believing you were mis sold PPI cover as well as a summary of what you believe to be fair compensation for what you paid into mis sold PPI along with any compensatory monies due to hardships caused as a result of the mis sale of payment protection insurance. Thank the lender for his/her attention in this matter and end with a formal closing. Don't forget to note the loan number and any contact information in the heading at the top of the page. The letter will be the first page of a claim packet submitted to the lender and will be accompanied by any supporting documents along with a financial statement of what is a fair and equitable settlement.

PPI Letters throughout the Claims Process

At different times throughout the claims process it may become necessary to write another PPI letter as a reminder that you are waiting to hear from your lender. A 'gentle' reminder never hurts, especially when you are waiting to recover bank charges that are due you. You may also need to write a PPI letter to the Financial Ombudsman Service as a preliminary to the appeals process .

Many consumers  hire the services of a professional PPI claims management company. Belmont Thornton Limited, Belmont Thornton, has been filing claims on behalf of UK consumers numbering in the tens of thousands. With a staff of experienced claims handlers you can be certain your claim will be handled with due diligence. For further information or to speak with a claims handler today, call 0207 471 2000.

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