Payment Protection Insurance, commonly referred to as PPI, was designed to cover credit repayments in the event of accident, sickness or redundancy.
PPI was added to all types of credit agreements such as mortgages, loans, hire purchase agreements, car finance, credit cards and store cards.
Due to the HUGE profits generated for banks and lenders, MILLIONS of policies were mis-sold to MILLIONS of people right across the UK.
This is the biggest financial scandal that has ever hit the UK and you could be entitled to a share of the £30+ BILLION compensation fund.
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What if you are unsure of your account numbers?
What if you’re unsure you were sold PPI or a Packaged Bank Account?
We don’t need account numbers, dates or paperwork. All we require is the name of your bank or lender. We can carry out all of the necessary checks.
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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Simply complete the online claim form at the top of this page, or on our claim now page, with your details and we’ll send you out a claim pack.
Alternatively, you can click on the Download Claim Pack button which can be found on every page of this site.
Once we have your completed pack back with us, we’ll carry out all of the necessary checks.
If the checks confirm you’ve had PPI / Packaged Bank Account we will build a case based partly on your experience of how you took the agreement, coupled with a more technical argument based on consumer contract law and insurance sales regulation. This ensures the strongest possible case is put forward.
We’ve probably all seen the media attention surrounding the scandal, but have all of your questions been answered?
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.
We hope this answers your questions, but if not we’re on hand to assist you with anything you want answering so feel free to get in touch!