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The PPI Deadline for new claims has now Passed!
We are now taking on Rejected PPI and Partial Refund PPI Claims

  • PPI Deadline
  • Rejected PPI Claims
  • Partial PPI Refunds
  • Mis-sold Packaged Bank Accounts

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) imposed a deadline to make claims against banks of 29th August 2019.

 

However, this does not stop claims being made via the courts.

 

If you have ever had a PPI claim rejected, never made a PPI claim, or you did not receive a refund of ALL of the PPI premiums then we can now review your case with a view of issuing legal proceedings on your behalf via our panel of trusted solicitors.

 

All we require from you in order to carry out the free, no obligation, check is a signature or two from you, depending on whether or not you still have a copy of the banks response.

 

Likewise, if we believe your case can be taken down the legal route, all we would require from you is your signature should you wish to proceed. The choice is yours.

 

We are asked many questions every day so we’ve compiled a list of the most asked questions, along with the answers to those questions here.

If you have had your PPI case rejected by either your bank or the Financial Ombudsman Service, there is still hope for your case.

 

The Ombudsman is reliant on highly controversial rules when making its decisions, and evidence shows that courts often take a different view.

 

We are currently working with our trusted panel of solicitors with a view to issuing a large group action in the High Court for cases that have been rejected via the banks and Ombudsman.

 

This action relates to banks failing to disclose to its customers the obscene levels of commissions it retained for selling PPI policies.

 

This failure / refusal to disclose the commissions, which on average were 67% of the amount paid by the customer, means that the customer was not provided with enough information to consider whether the policy represented value for money.

 

Therefore, it is our opinion, which is evidenced by the ever growing number of successful court cases, that the overwhelming majority of PPI policies were mis-sold for this reason alone

 

If you have ever had a PPI claim rejected, we can review your case for free with a view to issuing legal proceedings on your behalf via our panel of trusted solicitors.

 

All we require from you in order to carry out the free, no obligation, check is a signature or two from you, depending on whether or not you still have a copy of the banks response. That’s it!

 

Likewise, if we believe your case can be taken down the legal route, all we would require from you is your signature to give us the ‘go ahead’. The choice is yours.

 

We are asked many questions every day so we’ve compiled a list of the most asked questions, along with the answers to those questions here.

The highly controversial rules that were implemented by the Financial Conduct Authority in 2017 have, in our opinion, only served to benefit the banks.

 

The rules basically state that, based on certain criteria, banks only have to refund a small portion of the PPI premiums and associated interest, and the banks have arguably taken full advantage of this.

 

On average, banks made an obscene 67% commission for selling PPI policies on behalf of insurance providers.

 

Banks, for obvious reasons, did not disclose to its customers how much commission it was making as a result of selling the PPI policy.

 

This, as stated by the Supreme Court in 2014, created an unfair relationship, as the customer was not provided with enough information to decide whether the PPI policy represented value for money.

 

Despite this, the FCA implemented rules that stated banks only had to refund the commission that was over 50%.

 

It is our opinion, which is evidenced by the ever growing number of successful court cases, that these rules are unfair.

 

If you believe you may have only received a partial compensation offer, all we require from you in order to carry out the free, no obligation, check is a signature or two from you, depending on whether or not you still have a copy of the banks response. That’s it!

 

Likewise, if we believe your case can be taken down the legal route, all we would require from you is your signature to give us the ‘go ahead’. The choice is yours.

 

We are asked many questions every day so we’ve compiled a list of the most asked questions, along with the answers to those questions here.

Packaged Bank Accounts, or Paid For Bank Accounts as they’re sometimes referred to, have been mis-sold to MILLIONS.

 

With BILLIONS potentially due in compensation, Your Money Claim are the industry experts in beating the banks.

 

With at least 1 in 5 UK consumers having been sold a Packaged Account we can carry out the checks and deal with the claim every step of the way.

 

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