Tesco PPI Claims
Tesco PPI claims
Tesco Bank (previously known as Tesco Personal Finance) offered insurance, loans, credit cards, mortgages and travel products. If you held any of these products between 1985 and 2010 you could be entitled to a refund and compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance or PPI, even if the credit agreement is still running.
We’ve managed many PPI claims and we have taken all the pain and stress out of the process. We can manage your claim on your behalf, using our expert knowledge of the tactics and tricks used by banks to avoid paying out.
Making a PPI claim is easy with Your Money Claim
Simply enter your details in the form on the right and we will send you a claim pack to fill out as well as a freepost envelope so you can return it to us.
If you want to get started right away you can download and print our claim pack, fill this out and return it to us at X in order for us to get started on your claim. We don’t need your bank account numbers or any other paperwork from you in order to get started on your claim.
Unsure if you qualify for PPI refunds? Try our PPI qualification checklist. Use our PPI calculator to get an estimate of how much your claim could be worth.
About Tesco Bank PPI
The supermarket giant, with a slogan of ‘Every Little Helps’, helped themselves to money that it shouldn’t. As well as being a high street supermarket giant, Tesco also branched out into banking, and with that came their involvement in the PPI mis-selling scandal.
Tesco Personal Finance was a partnership Between Tesco supermarkets and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). In 2008 Tesco bought out RBS and the following year it became Tesco Bank.
In 2012 Tesco set aside an additional £85 million for PPI refunds and compensation, taking their total to £222 million. If you believe you may have paid payment protection insurance then you could be entitled to thousands of pounds in refunds and compensation. Contact us to find out more on how to get started.