Nobody searches harder for your Mis-Sold PPIÂ than us!
Did you know that we can search back 35 years for PPI claims? We help Consumers across the UK - Low cost feeÂ of only 20% + VAT (No Win - No Fee).
At My Money Claims we work on a strictly no-win, no-fee basis.
Our fee of 20% (+ VAT) of any payment received is only payable if your claim is successful.
That means if you donâ€™t win, you donâ€™t pay a penny.
We can help recover the full cost of your PPI policy and an additional 8% in compensation for the inconvenience caused to you. If youâ€™ve previously been sold a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) policy there is a chance you may have been mis-sold and have a right to reclaim Â£1,000s in compensation. In most cases,Â to start your claimÂ all we need is the name of your Bank or Credit Card company.
Our team of experienced, approachable Claim Handlers will analyse your circumstances and how your Policy was sold to assess if your claim makes a strong case. Weâ€™ll then build a case of mis-selling evidence and present it to the Lender. If they reject the claim and we believe you have been mis-sold, we are on hand to offer expert advice and help you get the financial justice you deserve and reclaim your money.
PPI Policies were mis-sold alongside Loans, Mortgages and Credit Cards by Banks and Lenders. An estimated Â£50bn worth of PPI policies were sold over the last 10-15 years, and the PPI Judicial Review in May 2011 ruled that Lenders should refund those Customers who had been mis-sold PPI Policies. Since this ruling Lenders have set aside a reported Â£26.7bn for redress and admin costs.
My Money Claims - The Financial Claims Experts.
We are a respected and knowledgeable firm of Solicitors, which has been helping Consumers across the UK for more than 25 years.
Our highly qualified team is friendly, approachable and ready to deal with all your PPI claims today.
With a fee of just 20% (+VAT) and no Upfront costs to you, you can feel safe in the knowledge that YOU get to keep most of your compensation.
Make a claim enquiry today.