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If you feel like you have been mis-sold a payment protection plan, especially if you have been paying on it for quite awhile, you may want to see if you could be entitled to a payment protection insurance claim back. There are a lot of reasons that people may be mis sold policies. For example, there is a long list of circumstances that would make someone ineligible for coverage. However, people are being sold loan protection insurance policies even when they meet one of the criteria that would render them unqualified for coverage. This is like paying for car insurance when you do not even have a car. It is frivolous and nonsensical to pay for a policy that you are not even eligible for yet thousands of people may be doing it. Fortunately, there is a way to make a payment protection insurance claim back. Depending on your case you may be entitled to a full refund on any money you have spent on the policy.

Who is Mis-Sold Payment Protection Insurance?

There is a broad range of circumstances that may disqualify a person from being covered by payment protection insurance. If a person has a pre-existing medical condition it is unlikely they could be covered by payment protection loan insurance. People working in temporary jobs such as those that are secured through a temp agency are also unlikely to receive benefits from loan protection insurance. The reason for this is that the person is at a greater risk of becoming unemployed at some point in the future. These are only a couple of the reasons given. Payment protection claim back UK seems to be a very popular thing today as a result.

Seeking Help

If you have been mis-sold a policy you did not want or need and you believe you are entitled to a payment protection claim back call our customer care team today on 0207 471 2000.


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