Mortgage Mis-selling & PPI Claims

Countless mortgages that have been mis-sold by lenders & brokers weren't in their clients' best interests

If the Financial Service Authority's (FSA) rules were not followed, homeowners may be eligible for a claim for compensation.

Many thousands of homeowners have experienced poor advice given by their lender & broker, resulting in them taking out an unsuitable mortgages.

Check A Claim provide a service for people who are in this situation, to make a claim for compensation.

Are you eligible for a Mortgage Mis-selling claim?                     

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The Financial Ombudsman believes that millions of consumers have been mis-sold PPI

If you have arranged a form of credit borrowing in the last six years then it is likely that you will have been offered Payment Protection Insurance alongside it as a secondary product. The FSA have published figures that suggest millions of consumers may have been mis-sold a policy.

Check A Claim provide a service for consumers who were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance with their credit agreements to enable them to claim compensation. As there are over 20 million PPI policies running in the UK the chances are high that you  have probably arranged credit with a PPI policy yourself. Taken at face value they offer peace of mind and are seen to be the choice of the responsible borrower.

What is PPI?

Payment Protection Insurance is usually sold as a linked or secondary product associated with the arrangement of credit of some form, for example;

Mortgages
Personal Loans - secured and unsecured (i.e. Home Improvements, Holidays)
Store cards
Motor Loans
HP Agreements

The policy is taken out by the individual to ensure that loan repayments can be maintained in the event that they are unable to meet payments due to sickness and accident, death or unemployment.

Do you have a claim?

It is not the product itself that is called into question here, but the way it has been sold to you. Many credit providers have been fined for providing poor product information, failing to notify lenders that they have included PPI in the lending agreement and leading lenders to believe that their application for credit will be seen more favourably if they take PPI as well. To find out if you have a claim either contact on 0161 777 1115 or email us and we can call you back!

What happens next...

If you feel that you have a grounds for a claim then Check A Claim will consider your information and advise you appropriately. If we believe that you have grounds for a claim then on your instruction we will pursue a claim for compensation on your behalf. A strong, experienced team will take on your case and you will be free to place the matter in our hands with confidence.