Yorkshire Bank PPI Claims
If you took out a loan, mortgage, or credit card with Yorkshire Bank between the early 1980s until as recently as 2013 there’s every chance you’ll have been paying for PPI.
It does not matter if the credit agreement(s) are still running or have been settled.
We’ve made claiming easy, taking the stress out of you having to deal with the paperwork, the stress, and the tactics employed by the bank to try and wriggle out of paying.
Start your Yorkshire Bank PPI claim…
Option #1: Fill in the ‘Start Your Claim’ form on this page. We’ll send you out a form in the post for you to complete. Once we’ve received the form back in the freepost envelope we provide, we’ll make a start on your Yorkshire Bank PPI claim.
Option #2: Click the ‘Download Claim Pack’ button. Simply print out the form, complete it and send it back to us. Our address and email address can be found here.
Our experts are on hand to answer any questions you have via telephone, email or our live chat facility.
So….why wait, let’s get started!
About PPI & Our Service
PPI was sold on all forms of credit, such as mortgages, loans, car finance, hire purchase agreements, credit cards and store cards.
Not sure whether you’ve been sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)?
We have electronic systems set up with almost all banks and lenders, which means we can check all of your agreements, past and present.
We don’t need account numbers or paperwork.
Not sure whether you qualify? Check here to see whether you may.
Want to know how much you may be owed? Why not try our PPI calculator.
Yorkshire Bank PPI Claims & Brief History
Yorkshire Bank is a division of Clydesdale Bank which is owned by National Australia Bank.
The Yorkshire Bank was originally established on May 1st 1859 by Colonel Edward Akroyd of Halifax and was originally called the West Riding Penny Savings Bank.
Both Yorkshire Bank and Clydesdale Bank have been found guilty of mis-selling PPI on a gigantic scale, so much so that the owners, National Australia Bank, are actively looking to dispose of the two.
With a compensation bill standing well above £1 BILLION the scale in which these two banks took advantage of their loyal customers is staggering.
Indeed, the bank were issued with the biggest ever PPI fine at the time in April 2015, a whopping £20.7m.