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Many consumers are only now becoming aware of the fact that lenders have been mis selling PPI cover for more than a decade. In fact, some of those who were mis sold PPI are just learning that they can get payment protection money back if they are successful in filing a claim against the lender! Following two high-profile investigations, consumers who were mis sold PPI are entitled to a refund to compensate for money they paid toward the cover. Have you been mis sold PPI in the past six to ten years? If so then you can apply to get payment protection money back!

Why Are Banks Giving Payment Protection Money Back?

In 2006 the Financial Services Authority and the Office of Fair Trading investigated the sale of PPI and  loan insurance and found many failings in the way it was being sold. As a result some lenders were fined and now anyone who has been mis-sold a policy has the right to make a complaint. 

What You Can Do to Get Payment Protection Money Back

For those who have had the misfortune of being mis sold PPI there is a solution. You have the right to make a claim for your mis-sold loan protection insurance and could be awarded compensation. Even if you complaint is at first rejected you still have the right to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service for review.

If you would like assistance claiming your payment protection money back call our team on 0207 471 2000 we work on a no win no fee* basis and often resolve claims in just 8 weeks.

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