Mis Sold PPI for HSBC

If you have been Mis Sold PPI for HSBC you could be due a refund of thousands of pounds.

There are an estimated 2 million mis sold ppi claims to be processed in the UK over the next 2 years. If you have been sold PPI on a loan, mortgage or credit card from HSBC you might have been ripped off and mis sold ppi.

If you think you have been Mis Sold PPI for HSBC we can help you get your premiums plus interest calculated at 8% back.

How do I find out if I was Mis Sold PPI for HSBC?

Can you answer yes to any of the following statements…

• You have been Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if the full costs of the policy were not explained to you
• You have been Mis Sold Sold PPI for HSBC if you did not know you had it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if they told you it was compulsory
• You have been Mis Sold PPI for HBS if they pressurised you into taking it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if you were self employed when sold it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if you were under 18 or over 65 when sold it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if they did not ask your medical history when they sold the policy
• You have been Mis Sold PPI for HSBC if the terms and conditions were not explained to you

If you have answered yes to any of the above you have been Mis Sold PPI for HSBC.

We have been helping clients Mis Sold PPI for HSBC since 2008. Our average refund is £3,000 and we can get this for you on a no win no fee service.

Don’t let your lender keep onto money which is rightfully yours. Contact us now ….

Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards

Have you been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards? If so we can help you claim every penny back plus interest calculated at 8%.

Across Britain there are hundreds of thousands of consumers who have been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards. lenders were greedy and Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards so that they could earn generous commissions. They did not care that they were selling policies to people that did not need them, they only cared about how much they were earning. This has now all changed. Lenders have to repay Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards that they sold incorrectly.

If you have been sold payment protection insurance on any credit card you could be entitled to thousands in compensation. Our average refund is currently £3,000 and this is something we can reclaim for you on a no win no fee basis.

How to find out if you have been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards?

Do any of the following statements relate to your case?

• You were Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if they told you it was compulsory
• You have been Mis Sold Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if you did not know you had it
• You have been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if they were pressurised you into taking it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if you were self employed when sold it
• You were Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if they did not ask your medical history when they sold the policy
• You have been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if the terms and conditions were not explained to you
• You were Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if you were under 18 or over 65 when sold it
• You have been Mis Sold PPI for Credit Cards if the full costs of the policy were not explained to you

If you have answered yes to any of the above you have been Mis Sold PPI.

Don’t let your lender keep onto money which is rightfully yours. Contact us now ….

Mis Sold PPI From Lloyds TSB

Do you think that you have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB? If your answer is yes please keep reading this article. You might be entitled to thousands of pounds in compensation and you might not even know about it.

If you have been sold Payment Protection Insurance on a loan, mortgage or credit card with Lloyds TSB you could be entitled to thousands of pounds in compensation.

Right now there are thousands of consumers across the UK that have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB. If you are one of these unlucky customers you should contact us immediately.We can help you claim compensation if you were Mis Sold PPI from LLoyds TSB and our average refund is £3,000.

How do I know if I have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB?

Do any of the following statements relate to you?

• You have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if they were pressurised you into taking it
• You were Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if you were self employed when sold it
• You were Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if they did not ask your medical history when they sold the policy
• You were Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if they told you it was compulsory
• You have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if the terms and conditions of the policy were not explained to you
• You have been Mis Sold Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if you did not know you had it
• You were Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if you were under 18 or over 65 when sold it
• You have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB if the full costs of the policy were not explained to you

If so you might have been Mis Sold PPI from Lloyds TSB.

Don’t let your lender keep onto money which is rightfully yours. Contact us now ….

Mis Sold PPI From MBNA

If you have been Mis Sold PPI from MBNA you will be entitled to reclaim all the premiums you paid towards the policy plus interest calculated at 8%. Thousands of consumers across the UK have been Mis Sold PPI from MBNA but now they have a chance to claim it all back. It is expected that lenders will have to repay as much as £12,000,000,000 in compensation for Mis Sold PPI

Have you been Mis Sold PPI from MBNA?

Below are a selection of statements. If you can answer yes to any of them you could be entitled to compensation…

• You were Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if you were told it was compulsory
• You have been Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if you were pressurised into taking it
• You were Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if you were self employed when sold PPI
• You have been Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if the terms and conditions of the policy were not explained to you
• You were Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if they did not ask your medical history
• You have been Mis Sold Sold PPI from MBNA if you did not know you had it
• You were Mis Sold PPI from MBNA if you were under 18 or over 65 when sold it

If you feel you case relates to one or more of the above statements then you might have been ripped off!!

To get a free no obligation review of your case contact us now…

Lloyds Report £3.9bn Loss from PPI

The Lloyds banking group has reported a loss of £3.9bn for PPI settlements in 2011. These figures calculated up until the 30/09/11 confirm the huge number of settlements that Lloyds are reporting to pay to victims of mis-selling. Lloyds confirmed that during the 9 month period they spent £3.2bn covering the ppi settlements and that is why they have reported such alarming losses.

Not only have Lloyds lost significant figures for the mis-selling of ppi but it’s total business also fell 15% to £15.3bn indicating a decline in overall business transactions. These figures are certainly interesting ones considering the current economic climate. It is expected that Lloyds will now conduct an internal review into their operating procedures in an attempt to reduce costs and maximise revenues.

PPI Complaints Falling

The number of complaints in regards to PPI mis-selling have dropped significantly. The FOS has has received 19,259 cases in the third quarter of this year which is down 66% from the previous quarter.

It is anticipated that the number of ppi complaints has reached it’s peak due to the mass media attention it has received in the last 12 months. Once lenders abandoned their high court action as a result of the ppi judicial review outcome a back log of over 200,000 cases had to be processed and this is why figures are now starting to decline. This was always anticipated by the FOS. One very positive thing to note however is that the FOS have confirmed that the percentage of complaints upheld in favour of consumers has increased to 92%.

It is expected that approximately 2 million ppi cases will be processed in the UK so if you haven’t already started your reclaim process now is your chance to do so. With effect from the 1st of January 2012 all cases will take no longer than 8 weeks to process and payout.

Lenders Abandon Judicial Review

As expected a number of banks have followed the decision of LLoyds Banking group not to continue their legal battle to obstruct ppi claims. Today Barclays, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS ) and have joined Lloyds and set aside provisions to pay out current and future ppi claims. Barclays has set aside a provision of £1bn and HSBC has set aside £269m respectively. Tax payer backed RBS has not released official figures yet but experts estimate that over £1bn will be set aside for PPI claims.

Other lenders and stand alone credit card companies are expected to soon follow suit with the lending institutions finally after giving up the fight against PPI claims. This is a great day for consumers as banks and lenders now must start to process PPI claims which have been on hold for the last number of months whilst the high court case was being fought. It is estimated that there are in excess of 20 million mis-sold PPI policies in the uk. Some figures have estimated the actual number to be somewhere closer to 60 million. There has never been a better time to process ppi claims then right now. If you have any doubt on whether you have been mis-sold PPI now is the time to check.

Lloyds Reports £3bn Loss

LLoyds banking group has reported a first quarter loss after setting aside £3.2bn for the mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance. Lloyds have decided not to appeal against the recent high court ruling which will pave the way for millions of UK consumers to reclaim mis-sold PPP. Lloyds released a statement stating “We do not want to continue a long-standing debate of this with the regulator,”. This is a fantastic outcome for the millions of uk consumers who have claims currently in progress or those just about to submit new ppi claims. Lloyds currently has thousands of cases currently on hold. These ppi claims were put on hold whilst the recent high court case came to a conclusion.

It is likely that many other UK banks and lenders will follow the decision of Lloyds and simply set aside a reserve to refund the vistims of PPI mis-selling. If you have ppi claims there has never been a better time to submit them for compensation.