HFC PPI Claims
HFC PPI Claims
If you have had a credit card or loan provided by HFC there is a good chance you are owed compensation for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).
HFC is part of HSBC, and was fined £1.09 million by the Financial Services Authority for mis-selling PPI. The regulator highlighted that between 2005 and 2007 HFC sold PPI with 75% of their loans, resulting in over 160,000 customers paying for PPI without consenting.
Making an HFC PPI claim
We’re experts in making PPI complaints, we know the tricks and tactics used by banks to avoid paying out. Let us take the inconvenience out of making a PPI claim. There are two ways to get started:
- If you have a printer then download our claim pack, fill it out and send it to us at:
Your Money Claim
- If you don’t have a printer then complete the online form on the right. We will send you a form with freepost envelope for you to complete and return to us. Once this form is complete we can proceed with your PPI compensation claim.
You can contact us at any time via email, telephone or using our live chat, to find out more about our services or how your claim is progressing.
About PPI and HFC PPI Compensation Claims
PPI was sold with many forms of credit including mortgages, credit cards, store cards, loans and car finance. Financial regulators have found that many banks and credit providers mis-sold PPI and have been fined and ordered to pay compensation as a result.
We have an electronic system with most banks to check if you are eligible without the need for account numbers or other sensitive details.
HFC PPI History
HFC is a division of HSBC bank and is a provider of store credit cards and loans, and were fined heavily by the financial regulator for selling PPI along with 75% of its loans between 2005 and 2007, meaning 163,000 people paid PPI without agreeing to it.
It’s time to make your claim against HFC for mis-sold PPI.