RBS PPI Claims
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) PPI Claims
Millions of Royal Bank of Scotland customers have been impacted by mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). RBS have set aside £4.3 billion in PPI refunds and compensation, with £3.3 billion having been claimed so far.
If you had any form of credit with RBS between 1985 and 2010 then you could be entitled to PPI compensation, even if you have an existing account or outstanding credit agreement.
We’re experts in making RBS PPI claims and our process is simple. We can handle all the paperwork on your behalf. We know the tactics that banks use to complicate the process in order to avoid paying the refunds and compensation that is owed.
Make Your RBS PPI Claim Today
THere are two ways to initiate your PPI compensation claim against the Royal Bank of Scotland:
- Complete the claim form on the right of this page and we will post a paper form for you to complete and return using a freepost envelope. Once this completed we can make a start on your claim.
- If you have access to a printer you can download the claim pack, print out the form, fill out your details and return it to us so we can get started. You can find the address on our contact page.
Our expert team is available to handle any question you may have via our live chat, telephone or email.
About Our PPI Claims Service
PPI was sold on many different types of credit including store cards, credit cards, car finance, hire purchase agreements, loans and mortgages.
We have an electronic system that allows us to check your credit agreements without requiring your bank account number or related paperwork.
RBS PPI History
The Royal Bank of Scotland was founded in 1727. With Natwest and Ulster Bank they now form the Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
RBS was bailed out by UK taxpayers during the financial crisis, and it has been a significant player in the PPI mis-selling scandal.