Showing posts with label ppi money claim. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ppi money claim. Show all posts

November 22, 2013

How to Calculate the Refunded Amount of PPI – Reclamation of Your Money

PPI is the short form of Payment Protection Insurance. You can apply for PPI loans when you are running short of funds in your bank accounts and even the current assets are undervalued for your debt. The PPI is given along with the loan you take. However, you can reclaim your money any time, if you feel that the PPI claim was overvalued and you were sold without your knowledge. You can get back all the money you have paid for PPI.

September 22, 2013

Claim against Mis-sold PPI, Affecting your Financial Situation

PPI is an insurance policy designed to cover the monthly repayments on mortgages, loan or any financial products. A number of claims have been filed for the mis-sold PPI, which is a constant issue for the past few years. Banks and other lenders assure you for paying back all the payments made towards the policy, but the question is how you will know that you have been mis-sold a PPI policy.

It is always recommended that you research before applying for the best PPI plan. Also, some of the people were sold this policy without giving any information and others were unknowingly paying for it, even when they could not use the insurance in anyway.

July 31, 2013

Understand the Importance Filing PPI Claims

In order to claim your PPI with less hassle, you can always take the help of a Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). For any individual it becomes quite important to adopt the right and easy process to claim the money back. FOS is an independent body which is formed and governed by the government. The main purpose of setting up of this body was to resolve any sort of grievances between the complainant and financial organizations.

May 31, 2013

File a mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance Claim and Get Your Money Back

When Payment Protection Insurance was introduced by the financial services industry to consumers, it seemed to be such a blessing as it was designed primarily to protect them by covering the monthly repayments of their loans, mortgages, or credit cards in times when they cannot fulfill that obligation due to sickness, accident, redundancy, or even death. However, there have been too many instances where consumers were sold the policy by keeping them in the dark as to what it entails. Some of them were really unaware that they actually paid a hefty sum for it.