PPI Calculator

Are you wondering if you can claim back mis-sold PPI charges. If so, did you know that you can use an online PPI calculator to get a good idea of how much you may be entitled to? It is only a guide, of course, but with the current average repayment standing at £2750 you may be surprised how much you are owed. It may be that you are not sure what the PPI scandal is all about; if so you are not alone, for many people are confused by the jargon involved. Let’s try and simplify things for you.

Explaining PPI

Payment protection insurance – PPI – is intended to keep up the repayments on a mortgage or loan if you should find you are out of work through no fault of your own. Many people have been found to have been mis-sold PPI policies and have turned to a PPI calculator to see if it is worth their while claiming back the fees. To start your PPI claim today or to find out more about claiming compensation, simply fill out the form above or give us a call for free on 0800 840 7292 and speak with one of our advisers.

Who Can Claim PPI Fees?

If you have been mis-sold a PPI policy then you can make a claim. You should have been given a full reading of your rights to choose a PPI policy from other than the lender when you were granted the loan. Many lenders did not do this, and simply sold the borrower their own, highly priced, policy. In other cases where a PPI calculator has come in useful the customer was sold a policy that was not applicable to them, or was not even told that they were being sold a PPI policy. Such cases are far from unusual.

How to Claim Back PPI Fees

If you think you have a case for a claim you should contact a solicitor with expertise in PPI claims. You can use an online PPI calculator to see how much you may be owed, and the help you get from a no win, no fee solicitor will be absolutely invaluable. To start your PPI claim today or to find out more about claiming compensation, simply fill out the form above or give us a call for free on 0800 840 7292 and speak with one of our advisers.