Payment Protection Insurance – PPI Claim

A change in the legal landscape for payment protection insurance (PPI) claims means that as many as 20% of customers who have already won compensation may now be due more. Major banks such as Lloyds Banking Group (which includes HBOS and Bank of Scotland), Clydesdale Bank and HFC have been fined millions of pounds for not handling PPI consumer complaints...

Payment Protection Insurance Compensation

Customers, who were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance by their bank when they borrowed money for personal loans etc or took out credit cards, will have until August 2019 to reclaim any compensation they are due. Many banks such as Lloyds TSB (which includes Bank of Scotland, Halifax, HBOS, and C&G) Clydesdale Bank, and CT Capital have been fined by the...

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)

Millions of borrowers and credit card holders in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, and Wales have been mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) and may be due compensation. So far about 12 million complaints have been made but 48 million policies were sold. Confidential PPI Claims are a claims management specialist and make no win no fee claims on behalf of customers....

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Health Check Screening

It’s often said we are fast becoming a nation of ambulance chasers. We lag behind our litigious American cousins, but we are catching up.  This has become something of a cliché, and cliché’s come about because they contain at least an element of truth. I have read countless headlines about the UK being consumed by a compensation culture, and operating...

Urgent News for PPI Claimants Previously Rejected

The Supreme Court legal claim of Plevin v Paragon Finance found that, amongst other things, commission was not disclosed at the point of sale. This established an ‘unfair relationship’ under s140 The Consumer Credit Act 1974. This means that if the law is applied, some previously rejected claims can now be upheld as mis-sold and full compensation paid. The FCA...

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