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Over the past six years there are growing numbers of UK consumers who have found that they have been mis sold PPI cover. During the early days in 2005, the Citizens Advice Bureau responded to a multitude of complaints on payment protection mis sold cover by issuing a super complaint. This resulted in investigations by the Financial Service Authority and the Office of Fair Trading that left several lenders facing substantial fines and cleared the way for victims of mis-selling to make a claim.

What Can Be Done about Payment Protection Missold Policies?

Those who have been the victim of payment protection mis sold cover are asking what can be done about it. Although they know they are entitled to a refund, they simply don't know how to go about getting it. Actually, there are a few ways to deal with lenders of payment protection mis sold insurance. The first step, though, is in proving that PPI was intentionally mis sold. In fact, even unwittingly mis sold PPI cover is grounds for a claim back since it is the lender's responsibility to put in place adequate processes to protect their customers. What can be done about payment protection mis sold cover once you can prove that it is, in fact, a case of mis sold PPI? Well, you can start by filing a claim against the lender!

How to Claim Back PPI

To start your PPI claim for payment protection mis sold simply complete our quick claim form or call our team on 0207 471 2000.

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