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PPI Claim Letter - 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"

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How to choose the best PPI claim company


Some people are happy to handle their own PPI claim and to lodge their claim with the bank or building society that sold payment protection insurance themeselves. Others people prefer the security of knowing that their claim will be handled for them by a professional ppi claims management company or solicitor.

Most such companies offer a no win no fee business. However you need to remember that if you win your claim then the refund that you eventually receive will be reduced substantially by the amount of fees that your claims handler charges. It is important therefore that you check out the small print carefully and are fully aware of all the charges involved. Pay particular attention to how fees levied on future PPI payments are dealt with in the fee structure.

You are strongly advised not to deal with a compoany that has cold called you, sent you an unsolicited text or which asks for fees up front.

All PPI claims companies are regulated by the Ministry of Justice and should adhere to certain minimum standards as to how they operate. If you have a complaint about how your case has been handled, in the first instance you should deal with them direct. If you are still not satisfied then contact the ministry of justice.



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 claim 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 within 8 weeks you should contact the financial ombudsman.