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Payment protection insurance (PPI) may be one of the least talked about types of coverage, despite being commonly sold with unsecured personal loans, mortgages, business loans, and credit cards. Surprisingly, a lot of consumers have never been educated about PPI eligibility and coverage, and many are not even aware that this type of coverage exists even though they may be paying for it on a monthly basis. There are several ways a PPI policy can be mis-sold - the lender may neglect to inform the borrower of the terms and conditions of the policy, or they may convince the borrower that the policy is mandatory for loan approval. Furthermore, a policy is considered the mis-sold if the lender enrols the borrower for coverage without their consent. If you feel you've been mis-sold a PPI policy, you may want to try to recover loan insurance payments with professional assistance.

How to Recover Loan Protection Payments

By filling out a quick claim form and contacting Belmont Thornton you can start and loan protection payments all of the money spent on your PPI policy. After submitting basic details about your case a specialist will analyse your situation and give you the advice needed to assist you in receiving financial assistance in the form of a complete PPI refund. Regardless of whether the policy was paid for with a one-time premium, or are continuously making monthly payments, you can reclaim the full amount spent on the policy, as well as additional interest on bank charges caused by the mis-sold PPI.

Who Will Allow You to Recover Loan Protection Insurance?

It should be noted that the insurance companies that supply PPI policies are not responsible for providing reimbursement to borrowers that are sold policies unnecessarily. Instead, it is the responsibility of the lender or broker that sold the policy to provide complete compensation for all payments that were allocated towards the policy premium. Many clients are confused in this matter because they don't understand why the lender should provide repayment assistance even though the payment protection insurance company was supposed to provide policy benefits. However, it is the duty of the lender to ensure that all applicants are eligible for PPI before enrolling them for policy.

How Much Time and Effort Will It Take to Recover Loan Insurance Payments?

Most payment protection refunds can be received within just 4 to 8 weeks, and a response is usually offered by a PPI claim company within 24 hours of your inquiry. Furthermore, A £10,000 business loan can have attached policy that costs as much as £2,000 to £5,000, so it is obvious why so many consumers in the UK are trying to recover loan protection insurance payments. Considering the fact that Belmont Thornton has facilitated thousands of successful payment protection insurance claims, choosing to utilize our services may provide a better chance of receiving compensation.


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