If you have ever bought a home, you may have heard about complaints against PPI mis selling or even had insurance companies send you information on payment protection insurance. This insurance can be useful if it is sold and executed properly. As a homeowner, your agreed mortgage monthly repayment costs will be paid in the event you are unexpectedly not able to work for a period of time. When you take out payment protection insurance, you will make repayments that will cover your mortgage payments when you are unable to work. Sometimes a person may be unaware they are enrolled in a payment protection insurance because it is possible they may have been involved in a PPI mis selling plan by their mortgage company unknowingly.
Over the years there have been many complaints from consumers that were victims of PPI mis selling. There was a large number of people who were unaware they were sold a PPI policy. PPI, as with any insurance product can provide invaluable cover, however there should be no pressure placed on customers to accept PPI from the lender and you can shop around and find a payment protection insurance policy that is right for you. If you feel you may have been pressured and a victim of PPI mis selling, you should make a PPI claim.
"I would never have had the knowledge or confidence to claim for PPI from start to finish....They helped me a lot which, in my case, led to a settlement payment of over £80,000. I would urge anyone else in the same situation to get in touch and get the ball rolling.."
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