PPI on Loans
Taken out a loan in the past? You may have been mis-sold a payment protection insurance policy and could be entitled to the thousands incompensation.
PPI on Mortgages
If you arranged your mortgage in the past then you may be paying Payment Protection Insurance - even if weren't told so by your broker
PPI on Credit Cards
If you've taken out a credit card in the past, there's a chance you could be paying Payment Protection Insurance - if mis-sold, you can reclaim.
PPI on Overdrafts
Sales of PPI (Payment Protection Insurance) has been widespread over the last ten years. Some customers are still unsure if they have paid for ppi.
How Can We Help You?
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MAKING A CLAIM
If you have taken out a loan, credit card or mortgage in the past you may have been mis-sold PPI. Contact us today - all we need is the name of your lender.
If you had or have a packaged bank account and weren't aware of or eligible for the policies, speak to us today.
There are millions of people who have already successfully claimed for mis-sold PPI. PPI is commonly known as payment protection insurance and it was sold on a number of loans and credit cards and other forms of borrowing such as mortgages..
PPI was developed to assist customers in making payments on their credit agreements if they became sick or ill. However, many people who were sold a PPI policy weren’t eligible in the first place.
Our wealth of experience assists us in providing the most efficient service we can. Starting a claim with Parkliegh's is simple; just fill in our form to get started.
Number of new complaints about PPI
Amount of PPI paid to customers since January 2011
Monthly figure on refunds and compensation paid to customers who were mis-sold PPI.
(FOS - Financial ombudsman service FCA -Financial Conduct Aauthority)
PPI – facts and figures from the 'biggest mis-selling scandal of all time'
Some £44bn of PPI policies, which tacked on insurance to a loan product, were sold between 1990 and 2010. However, it is not clear how much was mis-sold.
£23bn of PPI redress has been paid back to customers since January 2011. But the FCA figures include statutory and account interest which is typically half of the total redress figure paid back. ”
Banks face at least another £22bn in payouts over payment protection insurance in a big blow to high street lenders as they try to draw a line under Britain’s costliest consumer mis-selling debacle