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Every year it seems as if there are new hidden fees, penalties, and service charges being created by credit card companies in an attempt to increase profits. Card issuers and financial institutions not only charge fees for usage of the credit card and the attached account, but also for included insurance policies which are often referred to as loan protection insurance, payment coverage, or policy coverage. Payment protection insurance (PPI) is one of the most mis-sold types of policies, and is seldom known by the same name between various lenders or card companies. If you'd like to reclaim funds spent on your mis-sold PPI policy, consider the answers to the following questions to learn how to reclaim PPI on credit cards.

How Can I Reclaim PPI on Credit Cards?

If you were to ask the card company about PPI policies and fees they would probably tell you that the policy is necessary or beneficial because it would provide coverage if you were unable to make payments. In actuality, these are terms that are synonymous for PPI, and PPI policies are unnecessary for the vast majority of credit cardholders and borrowers. In fact, not only are these policies unnecessary, but most of the borrowers that are sold them are actually ineligible, which is why only 15% of policyholders are able to receive benefits in times of need. Since most credit card companies will be a bit reluctant in complying with any requests or negotiations you may have regarding the policy, the best solution would be to contact PPI claim company when trying to reclaim PPI on credit cards.

Are PPI Claims a Common Occurrence?

Yes. Last year alone more than 40,000 citizens of the United Kingdom filed PPI Claims and reclaimed funds spent on mis-sold PPI policies. In order for a policy to be considered mis-sold the lender must either persuade the borrower that the policy is mandatory, use deceitful language or tactics to convince them that it is beneficial for loan approval, or completely fail to notify them of the policy terms, conditions, and cost. Surprisingly, the majority of PPI policies are sold in this way, and although only a fraction of policyholders take action to receive retribution, the majority of those that do have their PPI claims honored. Ever since several financial authorities conducted a thorough investigation into PPI mis-selling in 2006 the number of PPI claims filed each year has been increasing steadily. It is likely that almost 75,000 citizens of the UK will reclaim PPI on credit cards during the 2011 fiscal year.

How Much Money Can I Receive through a PPI Reclaim?

The average PPI Reclaim on a personal loan of £10,000 usually ranges anywhere from £1500 to £3000, and the refunds received when trying to reclaim PPI on credit cards for larger amounts would increase within similar proportions (i.e. - a policy for an account with a £20,000 credit line could bring a refund of anywhere from £500 to £1000 or more). Although the exact amount of money that can be reclaimed will vary within each case, and no figures can be guaranteed with certainty, it should be noted that you'll never have to make an upfront payment, as a PPI claim specialists will only charge a fee after your claim is been successfully honored. Contacting a PPI claims specialist today is the best way to reclaim PPI on credit cards while minimizing hassle and avoiding upfront investments.

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