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Contents © PPI Claim Letter . me.uk 2019

PPI Claims Companies


All PPI claims companies are subject to stringent regulation by the Ministry of Justice. Each claims management company has to abide by strict conditions as to how it conducts its business. This includes no cold calling on potential customers. However, some PPI Claims Companies have been subject to investigation by the financial ombudsman as to whether they are adhering strictly to the guidelines laid down.


It should always be remembered that you should not feel pressurized into using their services and that you are not required to employ the services of any 3rd party to pursue your claim. Many PPI providers are at pains to point out that yout claim will not be handled any differently whether you utilise the services of a PPI claims company or make your claim yourself. If you do engage a 3rd party to make your claim for you, make sure that you understand fully their fee structure.

From 2013, all claims companies dealing with missold PPI will be regulated by the Financial Ombudsman who will be able to fine companies for wrongful practices. This should improve the quality of service provided by PPI claims handlers.



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.