PPI Claimback, part of Investor Compensation, has been helping people claim back mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) since 2007. Our team of experts knows the PPI industry inside out and over the years has helped more than 600,000 people claim back almost half a billion pounds.
If you’ve ever had a mortgage, credit card, loan or store card, you could be entitled to compensation. Simply having PPI now means you could be owed thousands. Many policies were sold without the customer’s knowledge so even if you think you don’t have a claim, it’s worth checking. And, thanks to the Plevin ruling, if you’ve checked before and been rejected by your bank, you could now be entitled to claim again based on hidden commission charges.
We know that claiming back your mis-sold PPI can feel like a hassle but that’s why we’re here. We take on all the hard work so all you have to do is follow our simple three step process and let us do the rest. Our service is no win, no fee – so you have nothing to lose – if you don’t have a claim, you won’t pay a penny.
The deadline to submit your claim is just around the corner, so don’t put it off, start your claim today.
Starting your PPI check with PPI Claimback is simple just fill in our form to get started and we’ll do the rest.
Remember, if you don’t have PPI, you won’t pay a single penny!
Our claims consultants are experts in their field and have helped thousands of people claim back millions in mis-sold PPI. We never cold call and won’t hound you with unwanted calls and texts – we’ll only contact you if we need information to further your complaint.
In August 2017, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) imposed a deadline on PPI claims. You have until 29 August 2019 to make a PPI complaint. If you do not claim by the 29th of August 2019, you will lose your right to get compensated. Remember, this is money that you shouldn’t have been paying out and is rightfully yours to reclaim. The banks have admitted fault and have set aside billions of pounds to reimburse customers who were mis-sold PPI policies as part of their loan agreements. If you miss the deadline, they keep your money, so don’t put it off.