Claim back some cash this Christmas with our free PPI check service

Published: 28/11/2017

You could have PPI, even if you’ve already checked.

If you took out a loan, credit card, store card, mortgage, insurance or many other financial products in the last 15 years, you could have PPI – and who can keep track of all of that!

Furthermore, the Courts recently made a ruling that means even people who previously had a complaint rejected could still be entitled to a refund of thousands.

Estimates suggest that there are over 50 million claims still to be made! It absolutely cannot hurt to at least check, or double check, that you don’t have PPI lurking somewhere.

It won’t cost you a penny to search - even if you don't have PPI

Easy Three-Step Process

  1. Submit your details, to verify your free PPI search. We’ll give you a quick call to confirm everything.
  2. We’ll take your address details so we can send you a claims form in the post. All you need to do is sign it (which will give us permission to access your bank account history) and send it back using a free-post envelope.
  3. We do the work! We’ll thoroughly check your financial history to see if there is any PPI.

How much money will I receive?

That depends on your circumstances. Refunds can range from a few hundred pounds to thousands.

In total, we have claimed almost £70million for our PPI clients.

Can I check for PPI myself?

Yes, you can. However, it’s common knowledge that dealing with banks and lenders can be difficult, time-consuming and stressful. Our claims handlers are extremely experienced in this area, so can thoroughly check through years and years of your financial history, without causing you any stress.

What our clients say

“I was extremely impressed from the very first contact that was made. Everyone that I spoke to at every stage of our claim was professional, friendly, courteous and efficient and a credit to your company. I would have no hesitation in giving this reference, using your company again and in recommending to friends and family”

Mr Redmond, financial claims client.

Content correct at time of publication.

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