Barclays PPI Claims
Barclays Bank PPI Claims
If you have had a loan, mortgage or credit card with Barclays between 1985 and 2010 you could be owed refunds and compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
The PPI mis-selling scandal has cost Barclays almost £8 billion in refunds and compensation so far, and they recently set aside a further £400 million for further customer PPI claims.
We make PPI claims easy
We’re experienced in making successful PPI claims against Barclays, and we can make the process simple.
Submit the form on the right and we will send you a claim form and freepost envelope, or if you have a printer download a claim pack to get started. We don’t need statements or other paperwork to get started on your application, just return it to us at: Your Money Claim, Victory House, The Sidings, Whalley, Lancashire, BB7 9SE, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once this form is completed we can get started on your Barclays PPI claim. If you have any question or queries about our process or your claim please contact us by phone, email or using our online chat feature.
About Barclays PPI
Payment protection insurance was sold with all sorts of credit including mortgages, loans, credit cards, car finance, hire purchase agreements and store cards. Many customers were not properly informed about the PPI payments they were making as part of these credit agreements.
Barclays are currently the most complained-about UK bank according to the Financial Conduct Authority, and PPI is the most complained-about product. Find out if you qualify for PPI refunds and compensation using our checklist or estimate how much your claim could be worth using our PPI calculator.
Barclays bank were the first to offer a credit card in the UK, introducing Barclaycard in 1966, and installed the UK’s first cash machine in Enfield the following year. They currently enjoy an 80% customer satisfaction rating according to the British Bank Awards.
In 2015 over 1.5 million people made claims against Barclays for mis-sold payment protection insurance, with 86% of complaints upheld.