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PPI Complaints Scotland

Payment Protection Scotland (PPS) is an expert in representing clients making payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints against the main banks and lenders.

Why make a PPI claim?

Payment protection insurance (PPI) is a phrase that has been all over the news for many years now but the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), the independent body that helps resolve complaints between customer and their bank or lender, estimates that the vast majority of customers who are entitled to make a PPI claim for compensation have yet to do so.

Have you made your PPI claim yet? If you haven’t, then Payment Protection Scotland can help you and here is why you should make a claim:

1. PPI was mis-sold to you

The practice of selling products along the main financial product is now frowned upon as many consumer groups believe that this places unfair pressure on the consumer. Applying for a loan, mortgage or other form of lending is an emotional decision for the customer such as applying for a mortgage to buy a much needed larger family home.

Many banks and lenders took advantage of this, throwing in an array of additional products, some were useful and others were not.

2. The likelihood of you being able to make a claim on the policy was low...

The terms and conditions of the PPI policy that the bank or lender ‘sold’ to you had such a narrow set of terms and conditions that you were unlikely to have made a claim that was successful.

Estimates are that the banks or lenders who offered this policy, paid out in approximately 15% of claims – one of the lowest rates of successful claims in terms of insurance policies offered across the UK.

3. Poor value for money product

Customers were sold a product, with many believing that they were unable to shop around for a better deal, frequently being told that the banks ‘own brand’ PPI policy was the only was acceptable. The amount customers were paying in monthly premiums was high in many cases, but in return, the cover offered was incredibly poor.

4. PPI is an optional product

You do not, and did not need, to take out any form of PPI on any financial product. The best way to decide if you need some form of protection is to make an appointment with an independent financial adviser. As they are independent, they are not tied to one or two companies with only a narrow set of financial products to sell.

5. The money is yours!

If you had known that the premiums you were paying were for a financial product that was of no use or very little benefit to you, would you have carried on paying it? And making payments month after month?

Don’t miss out on the PPI compensation that your bank, credit card provider, store care provider etc. could owe you. Why not contact Payment Protection Scotland today and discuss your options when it comes to making a claim for PPI compensation.

PPI Claims in Scotland

Payment Protection Scotland reclaims PPI for clients across Scotland, including the following areas:

Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Paisley, East Kilbride, Livingston, Cumbernauld, Hamilton, Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Ayr, Perth, Kilmarnock, Inverness, Greenock, Coatbridge, Glenrothes, Airdrie, Falkirk, Stirling, Irvine, Rutherglen, Dumfries, Motherwell, Wishaw, Clydebank, Bearsden, Cambuslang, Newton Mearns, Bishopbriggs, Musselburgh, Arbroath, Polmont, Elgin, Renfrew, Bellshill, Alloa, Blantyre, Dumbarton, Kirkintilloch, Clarkston, Bathgate, Stenhousemuir, Peterhead, Barrhead, Grangemouth, St Andrews, Kilwinning, Giffnock, Viewpark, Buckhaven, Penicuik, Johnstone, Erskine, Larkhall.

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Payment Protection Scotland is a trading name of Payment Protection Services Ltd. regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in respect of regulated claims management activities (SC404848). Its authorisation is recorded on the website at www.fca.org.uk/firms/financial-services-register (Temp Auth No. FRN 837088). Registration with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO); registration number Z354206X. Registered as a company in Scotland; Company Number (SC404848). Registation Address; 272 Bath St. Glasgow G2 4JR

No Win No Fee – charges may apply if you cancel after the 14 day cooling off period, see website at www.paymentprotectionscotland.co.uk for full Terms of Engagement. Fees are 24% (VAT Inclusive) for all contracts entered into after 1st April 2019. Contracts entered into prior to 1st April 2019 are chargeable at the rate outlined in such contracts. Our fees are subject to regulatory change.