Payment Protection Insurance or PPI is usually sold alongside loans, mortgages, credit cards or any other financial agreements as a form of cover in cases of accident, sickness and unemployment where you can no longer afford to repay your lender. However, in many instances people have been mis-sold this type of insurance, leaving them unable to even claim against it.
In 2011 a ruling by the High Court - now fully accepted in the industry - means that banks must pay back mis-sold PPI along with any interest charged on premiums. This has left well over a million customers in a position to reclaim sums of money that can total thousands of pounds.
At Writefully Yours we’ll help you find out how much you can reclaim from mis-sold PPI and our professional, friendly staff will help you at every step.
If you believe that you may have been mis-sold PPI on a loan, mortgage or credit card, click here to learn about the steps of the claim process
If you've got a question about the PPI claims process, from how to claim PPI to what happens when your claim is resolved, you may find the answer here in the Frequently Asked Question section