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If you have been mis-sold payment protection insurance you are probably keen to start making a claim and recovering your money. Before you start, it is wise to find out as much information as possible about mis-selling and the claims process. In cases like this it can be helpful to contact a payment protection agency.

The Loan Protection - what is it?

Loan protection is supposed to protect a borrower in the event they become sick, have an accident or are made redundant by stepping in to take over repayments. The trouble is it can be very expensive - leaving borrowers with significant extra bank charges - and is often not suitable for everyone. The high number of exemptions also means that many customers who try and get a payout from their policy are refused.

Difficulty Reclaiming PPI

Some customers have reported having difficulty reclaiming PPI with some banks rejecting a high number of claims. This is why it is particularly import to arm yourself with the maximum amount of information before you make your complaint and why a payment protection agency might be useful.

Working Together to Reclaim Bank Charges

Together with a payment protection agency you can make a claim for mis-sold loan protection insurance. A good payment protection agency will guide you through the whole process and will explain everything clearly.

What You Need to Apply for a PPI Refund

To beginning making your claim you will just need a few simple pieces of information including the name of your lender and your loan agreement or reference number. It may also be useful to have a copy of your original paperwork or loan agreement to refer to. If you don't have this you can request a copy from your bank.

 

If you would like assistance making your claim or would just like more information on mis-selling and the claims process 0207 471 2000


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