Attention: Possible PPI Deadline…Do You Know If You’ve Ever Had PPI?

Banks continue to set aside further money to refund customers

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What could this mean:

  • A date by which all PPI complaints must be made
  • PPI claims now face a deadline of 29th August 2019 under FCA plans
  • YOU will be unable to make a claim after this date

What is PPI?

PPI, or Payment Protection Insurance, is a type of insurance designed to cover repayments on loans or credit cards in the event of an accident, sickness or unemployment. For example, if you have a mortgage and lose your job, PPI should cover the payments on your mortgage so that your family does not lose its home.

Calculating PPI on finances

Ever felt confused about PPI? We could check for free* and find out if your lenders sold it to you!

How do I check for PPI?

Some claims management companies are now offering a FREE PPI Check*. The service aims to put individuals in a position of complete clarity over whether or not they had PPI on their finances.

With PPI being so widely sold and a time limit** coming into place in 2019, now would be a good time to find out if you even had PPI. PPI Checker could help you.

What happens when I enquire?

Once you enquire, PPI Checker will refer you to one of a number of claims management companies (CMC’s) or solicitors. You will then be contacted by one of the CMC’s or Solicitors to arrange a PPI check on your finances. It is important to find out what kind of PPI you have had before making any claims for compensation.

Regardless of the results, you will be advised of the outcome of your check. If PPI is found, you will be advised by our partner on the options and the possibility of making a claim.

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