No Win No Fee PPI Claims
Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority - SRA ID 403088

Have you been mis-sold PPI? We can find out for you!

  • No Documents Required
  • Old Credit Cards And Loans Qualify
  • You May Have Been Mis-Sold PPI And Not Even Realise It!
  • No Win No Fee, No Hidden Charges

thousands in compensationWe've already claimed back thousands in compensation for consumers just like you.

Have you been missold ppi?Millions Of People Have Been Mis Sold Payment Protection Insurance - Have You?

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) or Accident, Sickness and Unemployment Cover (ASU) has been sold alongside credit agreements for years.

Whether you have a Secured Personal Loan, a Credit Card or Mortgage the purpose of this insurance was to ensure loan repayments were paid if you were unable to work through illness, made unemployed or become incapacitated.

It has been found that many policies were mis-sold. If you can answer yes to one of the following questions then it is highly likely you were mis-sold PPI and we could claim back THOUSANDS OF POUNDS in compensation.

Finally, whilst you may have even requested that Payment Protection Insurance be added to your loan, it certainly does not necessarily follow that the insurance was suitable for you.

Get Your Money BackWhat Can You Do To Get Your Money Back?

The good news is we’re here to help you. You deserve your money back and we’ll help you get back what you’re owed.

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 Success Story
succesful PPI claim
We recently successfully claimed a substantial amount from Santander (1 Loan and 1 Card) for a client. Plus we claimed it back within 6 weeks for a now very happy client.
Mrs B. Essex
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