|Bank or Credit Card||
|Lloyds Banking Group†||£93 MILLION||51,125||£76,449|
|Royal Bank of Scotland||£10 MILLION||6,249||£39,335|
|Black Horse||£9 MILLION||5,135||£27,728|
|Alliance & Leicester||£4 MILLION||2,665||£20,759|
|Capital One||£3 MILLION||6,313||£24,809|
These figures are correct as of 31st July 2017
If you took out a loan, credit card or mortgage in the last 15 years you could have a claim for mis-sold PPI. Think about all the loans, credit cards and mortgages you have had, as they could well have had PPI added to them without you even knowing.
Even if you had a policy in the 1990's, you could still claim (although it must either still have been active in the last six years or you will need to provide evidence to support the payment of PPI).
If you don't know whether you had PPI in most cases we can find out for you.
Not knowing they had PPI attached to their policy is a large contributing factor to a lot of our customers having had successful claims.
Usually we don't even need your credit card number or your loan agreement number, just the name of your bank or credit card company to check if you had PPI. We have a 85% customer success rate if you had PPI!
If you don't have PPI, it won’t cost you a penny!
Why put it off? - start your potential claim today.
Find out if you could be awarded up to £7,000^.