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Good vs. Evil

The concept of payment protection is actually quite good. In a continual struggle of good vs. evil, it would be ideal if someone finally created something good for the average working person in the UK. Payment protection insurance was touted as being the protection that would save the working class from defaulting on loans if they suddenly became too ill to work or became unemployed. But the good didn't last very long as evil reared its ugly head in the form of mis sold PPI. There were so many exclusions that the working class may never get to benefit from cover.

Record Numbers of Payment Protection Claims

Now that the dragon has been cornered in his cave, UK citizens are at long last free to come out and take a stance against this thing called greed. Record numbers of payment protection claims are finding their way to lenders so that they can be, once and for all, bank charges reclaimed. Extra workers are being called in and it is even anticipated that as many as 6,000 new hires will enable banks to get those claims processed quite quickly. Or at least they will be reviewed quicker than they would have been without the extra help.

If you are having difficulty with getting bank charges reclaimed, contact the claims team at Belmont Thornton to help you file a claim today. You can be sent a claims packet as early as 24 hours and within days your claim will be on its way to the lender who mis sold PPI. Whether you want to fill out a contact form online for a call back or would rather phone 0207 471 2000, you can speak with a claims handler who can help you determine if you have been mis sold PPI and if you have he or she can help you get a claim to your lender. With a little luck and a lot of hard work on the part of your claims handler, you too can have a file that is stamped 'bank charges reclaimed.'


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