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Contents © PPI Claim Letter . me.uk 2019

Lloyds TSB PPI Claims

Lloyds TSB have put aside £3 billion to pay PPI compensation claims. More and more people have discovered that they have being paying for something that they did not need or want, and are starting the process of making PPI claims from Lloyds TSB.
Making PPI claims from Lloyds TSB can only be paid out if the consumer did not want, need or agree to the policy. For instance, if the policy was simply added to a loan agreement without the knowledge or understanding of the customer, then the individual did not express a want or need for the service. For this reason, they will have a PPI claim against Lloyds TSB and will be able to start the claims process to try and get as much money back as possible.


Here are some questions to help you decide if you might have a LLoyds Bank PPI Claim:


Note: Lloyds and TSB are now separate entities.

The ombudsman also offers a PPI advice line number -
0300 123 9123 for people wanting guidance on making a PPI claim.




You don't have to download our PPI form with the attendant risks of downloading something harmful to your PC - just copy and paste our forms into a Word Document


Make sure you keep a copy of everything you send to the bank or other lender and it's always best to send it by registered post.

It is important that making PPI claims from Lloyds TSB are only possible if the person did not agree to the service, want or need it. Many people have agreed to use and pay for the service, but after their loan agreement finished, they realised that they did not need it or use it. Just because an individual did not use it during the period, does not necessarily mean that they are due a refund of any kind, so it is important to speak to an advisor who can offer advice on whether a claim can be made.