Have you missed the PPI deadline or had an unsuccessful claim in the past?
A new ruling called ‘Plevin’ means you could still be entitled to compensation
What is PPI?
You will have no doubt heard about payment protection insurance before. The odds are, the commission rate was not disclosed and therefore PPI was mis-sold to you too, along with millions of others.
What is Plevin?
Plevin refers to Susan Plevin who was sold PPI at a 71% commission rate. Plevin argued that had she been aware of how high the commission was, she might not have taken out the policy. The Supreme Court ruled in her favour, resulting in a refund. We assess your claim to see whether or not you qualify
With this in mind, can you afford not to claim?
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How it works
You could be eligible to make a Plevin PPI Claim if:
Does this sound familiar? If so, you’re probably eligible to claim compensation
How do I know if I have PPI?
PPI is often sold alongside other financial products such as credit cards or mortgages to cover payments in case of illness, death, accident or redundancy. However, full information regarding the commission is not often disclosed.
If your assessment shows that you’re eligible, you may be due £1,000s in compensation.
If your claim is successful, your payout will include:
We offer our services on a no-win-no-fee basis to ensure every person, regardless of their financial circumstances, is accepted.
In the unlikely event that your claim is unsuccessful, you will not pay a penny.
No matter the circumstance, we’ll help you claim what you deserve