If you think it’s too late to get your money back, think again:
You have until 29 August 2019 to complain about mis-sold PPI
If you have taken out a loan, credit card or mortgage in the last 15 years, there is a good chance that you have been mis-sold PPI and you could qualify to make a claim for compensation. Our Scotland PPI claim service can help you get the compensation you deserve.
Although the 29 August 2019 is the last possible deadline for consumers to make PPI complaints, for some people time will run out before this date as it can take time to identify some of your older accounts that may qualify for compensation.
Whatever you do, make sure that you are not disappointed by missing the FCA deadline for making your claim.
Don’t delay, make use of our expert PPI Scotland advice today and ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
Think about all the loans, credit cards and mortgages that you have had in the past; you could have been mis-sold PPI on these cards and loans, and in some cases Payment Protection Insurance could have been added to them without your knowledge.
Recent recordings show that at least £18 billion has been allocated by the banks to settle these cases, with millions remaining unclaimed due to those who are yet to take action on their mis-sold PPI.
If you don’t know if you have wrongly been mis-sold PPI or if you don’t know how to make a claim, as part of our PPI Scotland reclaim service, we will be happy to help you. To find out if you have been an unwilling victim you can download a copy of our free guide ’How to Reclaim mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance’ and take advantage of our PPI claims Scotland advice today.
Our PPI checking service, which has helped us to successfully locate PPI on many client accounts is completely free. If as a result of investigations, no PPI is found, we will advise you of this and close your case and no charges will apply for the work completed.
If, as a result of our investigations, your lender/lenders confirms that PPI was applied to your account/accounts, we will contact you you with a view of submitting a formal complaint to your creditor/creditors.
In the event of us discovering PPI on your account/accounts, should you decide not to proceed with our PPI reclaim service, we will close your case and no charges will apply for the work done.
Should you decide to use our services in pursuing your claim/claims, our fee of 18.5% of the total redress amount is payable if your claim is successful. That means if we don’t recover you anything, you don’t pay us a penny.
If you are not confident of making a PPI claim by yourself or you don’t have the time to do so, we are ready to step in and help you reclaim the money that’s owed to you.
With each individual claim being unique, compensation can vary. However, to give you an initial indication, the average successful claim using our Scotland PPI claim programme has been approximately £2,800, with a number resulting in pay-outs in in excess of £25,000.
There are many Claim Management companies out there – so why should you choose us?
We specialise in claiming for people living in Scotland, and we have extensive experience of dealing with creditors on behalf of our clients as well as providing quality PPI advice. With our PPI claims Scotland services, we guarantee the following:
We offer a comprehensive reclaim service for those individuals who wish to secure the services of a professional organisation to claim on their behalf.
Our organisation can save you time by removing the burden of submitting your claim yourself and ensure that you receive your compensation in as quick a time as possible.
For more information regarding our PPI claims Scotland services, or for other general enquiries regarding Payment Protection Scotland, please get in touch with us today, either by phone, email, or by filling out our fast and simple online form. We look forward to helping you get started with your claim for mis-sold PPI.
You can, if you prefer submit your claim(s), directly yourself to your lender(s) free of charge. Should your claim be rejected by your lender(s) you can contact the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme (free of charge) if you wish for them to review your case.
Debt Advisory Services (Scotland) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in respect of regulated claims management activity FRN: 671573