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Alliance & Leicester PPI Claim letter


Alliance & Leicester came into being in 1985 with the merger of the Alliance and Leicester building societies. Like many building societies it de-mutualised in the late 1990's and was then swallowed up by Santander bank in 2008.

How do I claim for Alliance & Leicester PPI refunds?

Santander are responsible for all claims for PPI made against A & L and you should send your Alliance & Leicester PPI claim letter to them.

There is a high chance that your claim will succeed. Alliance and leicester have a reputation as being one of the worst offenders for mis-selling PPI and were fined £7 million by the FSA for serious failings in there telephone selling of PPI to people who took out loans, mortgages and credit cards with them.


To make a claim you need to contact Santander at:

Alliance & Leicester PPI Claims
PO Box 6197
Milton Keynes
MK10 1UY

You can either write a letter to them in your own words explaining why you feel you have a valid claim or you can use a PPI template form or questionnaire from the Ombudsman's website. You do not need to employ a no win no fee claims company - the process for making your own PPI claim is simple.











Alliance & Leicester PPI claims

Beware of using downloadable forms. You don't need to download our forms - just copy and paste the text into your own Word Document.

When you make your PPI claim against make sure that you remember to keep a copy and it's always best to send it by registered post.

If you do not hear with the outcome of your claim from Santander within 8 weeks or if you feel your claim has not been dealt with fairly you should contact the financial ombudsman.