Without realising, you might be eligible to claim back PPI if it was mis-sold to you by your lender - even if you are in arrears - it's what MMT specialise in.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced that the PPI Deadline will be the 29th August 2019.
If you believe you were mis-sold PPI, you must submit your complaint to your bank/lender by this date.
Money Management Team can complete a Free PPI Check* for you to see if you had PPI on any of your loans, credit cards, store cards, and mortgages.
We will complete this check with each of your lenders and if we find you did have PPI we will contact you. We can complete a claim pack with you to determine if you may have been mis sold PPI and we can submit a complaint on your behalf to your lender if you authorise us to do so.
You can submit a claim directly to the lender yourself for no charge. You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme for free to review your case, providing it falls within their remit and you have approached your lender first.
Without realising, you might be eligible to claim back PPI if it was mis-sold to you by your lender – even if you are in arrears – it’s what MMT specialise in to help you with your financial future.
We can reclaim mis-sold PPI on your:
If you have multiple accounts, the amount refunded could be quite significant if you were mis-sold – it all adds up.
Money Management can assess if there’s a chance you were mis-sold PPI and we can assist you to get that money back. We can even help you claim it back if your debt is in arrears, so you can use it to get your finances back in order. You might not be in as much debt as you think.
You can claim back PPI even if you are in arrears with your loan repayments. Don’t be afraid to ask your bank or credit card company for the money – it’s yours by right.
There are 2 ways a PPI refund can help contribute towards a debt free future. If you are entitled to a refund from a bank or lender you currently have outstanding arrears with, this money may be used to reduce/wipe this balance.
Alternatively, if you receive a cash lump sum for your PPI refund this can be used to negotiate settlements with any outstanding debts you have.
Millions of people complained about being mis-sold PPI and billions of pounds have been repaid. However, it seems every few months the banks increase the payments that they expect to make and billions of pounds are still to be recovered!
Based on 10% of customers receiving a refund of more than £4,500 between July 2018 - Sept 2018, prior to fee & tax deductions (20% + VAT = 24%)
Between Jan 2018 - Dec 2018, prior to fee & tax deductions (20% + VAT = 24%)
Offer received June 2018 prior to fee & tax deductions (20% + VAT = 24%)
You've already completed the first easy step!
One of our friendly advisors will call you from
0800 470 0208
Read, sign and return the documents in your pack to complete the check and we will assist you with a potential claim if PPI is present!
The PPI Deadline date has been set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). You now have until 29th August 2019 to submit your PPI claim.
If you were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance on your loan, credit card or mortgage, you must submit your claim before this date or face being unable to recover any money you may be rightfully entitled to.Start PPI Check
Money Management Team is a member of the Professional Financial Claims Association (PFCA). Members of the PFCA undertake to work to the highest ethical and professional standards when dealing with consumers, financial institutions and other parties associated with the process of Financial Dispute Resolution Management.
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