Between 2006 and 2019, you were probably in the same boat as me.
Feeling a lot of disarrays around the fact that lenders had mis-sold PPI packages to us over the years, and many managed to beat the banks and claim compensation.
The chance to claim on mis-sold PPI vanished back in 2019. However, a new beast of PPI claim has emerged.
You thought claiming on PPI was closed? Think again…
Enter the Plevin PPI ruling.
This is a game-changing new category of PPI mis-selling.
You probably know, in the past, you had to be mis-sold PPI to reclaim PPI. Now, the doors have opened to this new form, and now, you simply just need to have had PPI since 2008.
The ruling is based on a 2014 court case brought to the surface by a woman named Susan Plevin.
A court ruled that the relationship between herself and the lender was unfair as she wasn’t told about the 71% commission taken from her PPI payment – therefore – she was mis-sold it.
So, the Plevin rule says that if over 50% of your PPI’s cost went to the lender as commission to the lender, and that wasn’t explained to you, you will be due the extra percentage above the former.
Even if you were sold PPI correctly, millions are due to some kind of money back.
MyPlevinCheck operate on a no win no fee basis, meaning if you’re not eligible to claim on Plevin, you pay them absolutely nothing.
If you’re given the green light to claim, they take care of everything for you from start to finish, allowing you to carry on with life’s important matters.
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