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PPI Claim Letter download - choose the letter that matches your circumstances

PPI was added to my loan without me knowing

I was told that PPI was mandatory

The only quote I received for the product included PPI

I was already or about to become unemployed or retired

The length of the PPI agreement was different to the length of the loan

"Send off a ppi claim letter and receive your cash within weeks"

Contents © PPI Claim Letter . me.uk 2019

Top 5 Reasons that PPI was mis-sold

1. You were self-employed, unemployed or retired when you took out PPI

If you were self-employed at the time you took out a PPI policy or were out of work, check to see whether your policy includes cover for unemployment - most do. If yours does cover one or either of these situations then this part of the insurance is effectively worthless - you are being covered for an eventuality that can never happen.

If the person who sold the PPI didn't ask about your employment status when you first took out PPI or it was clear to them that you were either not working or were self employed and they still sold the product to you anyway, then there is a strong chance that you have a case for claiming back the premiums that you have paid.

In addition, many PPI policies include an upper age limit beyond which they will not pay out. If you were too old to make a claim when you first took out the policy you almost certainly have a claim. If you passed the age threshold during the course of the policy then you can probably reclaim any premiums that you have paid since that date.

If this applies to your case then you can use this form.



Beware of downloadable forms. You don't have to download our form - just copy and paste it into a Word Document

Remember you can adapt these claim letters to best suit your circumstances

Remember to keep a copy and it's best to send it by registered post.