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How do I find out if I have paid PPI?

How do I find out if I have paid PPI?

It’s possible that anyone who has had a mortgage, loan, hire purchase agreement, credit card or store card from as early as the 1980s is eligible for compensation or a PPI refund.

Because Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) has been sold for many years, it’s understandable that lots of people would have lost their credit agreement paperwork or account numbers. However, if you want to make a claim, this is not a problem. We have partnerships with a huge number of providers who can check to see if you were sold it without needing any paperwork or account numbers.

Even if you didn’t ask for Payment Protection Insurance with your credit agreement, it is possible that you still purchased the payment protection. Banks and financial providers used numerous tactics to sell it, so it’s possible that you may not be sure whether you purchased payment protection insurance or not. If this is the case, don’t worry.

How can Your Money Claim help?

We can help you to understand if you have paid for payment protection insurance and if you’re entitled to a refund or compensation. We will even go to the Financial Ombudsman if your claim is rejected by your bank.

Use our PPI calculator to help estimate how much you are owed and start the process to reclaim PPI today.

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