If you are not sure if you were ever sold a PPI policy, we can find out for you, even if you have no documentation of the credit or your account number.
Free, no obligation call
to discuss your options.
Not everyone is sure if they were even sold PPI. Don’t worry, you are not alone. We take calls from people everyday in the same situation. Here at It IS Your Money we are able to find out if PPI was put onto your credit for you and then make the complaint about it.
With a simple credit check it is possible to find out all the different lenders that you have borrowed from in the past. We recommend using a service like noddle.co.uk. Don’t be fooled by rival companies charging you to get what’s often free!
All we need to know is who you have borrowed from, more information can help, but as long as you know the provider, we can do the rest for you!
A personal service with the same claims manager looking after you throughout the claims process
A No Win No Fee Service*
A service where we aim to have the claim settled within 8 weeks†
The FCA has ruled that if you don't put in your claim for PPI compensation by 29th August 2019, it will be forever time barred. The financial institutions are expecting a big rise in the amount of complaints, get yours processing now to avoid a long waiting time. Don't wait until it is too late.
Your paperwork may not explicitly state 'PPI' or 'Payment Protection Insurance', it comes under many different terms.
†Once your credit provider has received the complaint with an account number, they must conform to the 8 week timescales set out by the Financial Conduct Authority to bring your case to conclusion. If you do not have the account number or they reject the complaint the process can take considerably longer.
Many people decide to try and complain about their policy on their own to then find it is much more difficult than they expected and their complaint is rejected. Once a complaint has been made, it is rare that a credit provider will allow that complaint to made again by an expert. It may be possible for an expert to refer the case to the Financial Ombudsman Service within six months but this could add years to the process.