PPI Most Common Questions

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Below we detail some of the most common question which UK consumers have regarding PPI and how people can reclaim what is rightfully owed to them and potential effects on their reputation with their bank and also other financial bodies:

  •  Why should I make a claim?
    If you have been mis-sold PPI you are legally entitled to every penny of your money back, plus interest. You are only claiming back what is rightfully yours. This is money that should not have been taken from you in the first place
  • How much will it cost me to claim back my PPI?
    The majority of claim management companies provide a “NO WIN, NO FEE!” basis. If they are un-successful it costs you nothing. Therefore, you have nothing to lose!
  • Who is entitled to re-claim mis-sold PPI?
    Anyone who was mis-sold a PPI policy is legally entitled to a refund of the full amount plus interest

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  • Will reclaiming my PPI affect my relationship with my bank?
    No, the banks fully accept any wrong doing and have set aside billions to pay back their customers.
  • How long will it take to get my money back?
    Our aim is to have your refund, in your bank, within 8-12 weeks. However, any claims we send onto FOS are likely to take a bit longer
  • Which banks are offering refunds?
    In short, all of the major banks have set aside money to repay any mis-sold PPI. Check out the information on our website to see just how much each bank has set aside
  • How can I make a claim?
    It’s easy!! Just simply complete the quick online check on our website and your claim will be initiated. We will need to obtain some information from you to establish whether we can help you, if we can, we’ll send you a pack out that day. It really is that simple!!

You Can Review Historical PPI On Any Of The Following:

Simply Click Your Product To Reclaim

Bank Accounts


Credit Cards


Free PPI Check

There are nationally stored bank records of previous PPI account holders and all UK residents are eligible to check their eligibility to reclaim these historical fees on the PPI Register for free and begin the reclaim process. Should PPI be discovered and you wish not to continue the claim this is completely at your discretion as the service is completely free of charge and with no obligation. The service enables UK consumers to easily begin the reclaim process and join the £28.32 Billion** the banks have already paid out.

*FCA Figures based on Jan 2016 payouts to date from the big 5 UK banks

Did you have PPI? Are you owed £1000, £2,500, £6,000 or even more?
Check for free today….It could be the most profitable 30 seconds you use all year!

Here’s how to check

    1. Click your location on the map below to get your FREE PPI Check.
    2. Simply enter your details.
    3. It’s easy and only takes around 30 seconds to do.

What’s more You

    1. Don’t need any old statements.
    2. Won’t receive nuisance unsolicited calls.
    3. Won’t miss out on claiming what is rightfully yours.



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This advertorial is sponsored by PPI Register. PPI Register is a trading style of Red Star Financial Management Ltd.
Red Star Financial Management Limited, St Georges House, Peter Street, Manchester, M2 3NQ, is registered in England (Company No:07044178) and is regulated by the Red Star FM Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities (CRM22115); its registration is recorded on the website www.gov.uk/moj/cmr

*When we tell you that we have located your PPI we will send you some further paperwork to complete to start the claims process. Once you return the paperwork or confirm over the telephone that you wish us to proceed with your claim we will commence the claims process and if the claim is successful our fee of 35% +VAT will be payable as per the Terms of Engagement or you can complete the claim yourself.


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