Types of PPI Claim :

Loan PPI Claims

If you have taken out a bank loan at any point in the last ten years, there is a good chance you were mis-sold PPI. PPI is an insurance policy designed to cover your outgoings in the event of you being unable to work through illness or injury. However, a great many of these policies were mis-sold, meaning customers were left paying for unnecessary, useless and expensive insurance.

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Credit Cards PPI Claims

If you have had a credit card in the last 6 years, you may have been mis-sold PPI. PPI was an insurance policy designed to cover your credit card repayments if you became unable to meet them, if, for instance, you were made redundant or took ill. However, these policies were often mis-sold – making them all but useless to most customers.

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Car Finance PPI Claims

If you have purchased a car at some point in the last ten years, you may have been mis-sold PPI. Payment protection insurance was routinely mis-sold alongside car loans. As such, you may be entitled to claim compensation for mis-sold PPI.

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Store Cards PPI Claims

If you have taken out a Store card in the last 6 years and were sold PPI at the same time, you may entitled to compensation.

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Mortgages PPI Claims

If your mortgage was taken out in the last ten years, you may be able to reclaim PPI. Payment Protection insurance was routinely mis-sold alongside mortgages as a means of protecting the repayments if the borrower was unable to work through illness or injury. A policy was mis-sold if you didn’t need it, want it or you had no use for it.

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CBC Solicitors - Expert PPI Claim Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

If you have any questions about making a payment protection insurance claim in Scotland or would like to make an appointment to talk about your situation, please contact Colin Carr on 0141 647 9851. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form.