If you bought a PPI policy and the information you were given was misleading or insufficient, and the firm that gave you that advice has since failed, you may be eligible to claim compensation. We can help you claim – there’s no deadline for this.
What is PPI?
Payment protection insurance (PPI) is an insurance policy that lets you keep making loan repayments if life changes mean that’s no longer possible. Examples might be if you became ill, were made redundant, or had a serious accident.
PPI can be taken out against almost any type of loan, but it’s usually bought to ensure credit card or mortgage repayments can continue. In some cases, people were mis-sold PPI and have tried to get a PPI refund.
You could also get compensation if the firm earned commission for the sale of PPI and didn’t tell you about it. This is called a Plevin claim, named after the court case about this issue. If you’ve already made a successful PPI claim and received compensation from us, you can’t make a Plevin claim against the same firm.
Can I still claim PPI?
Yes. The deadline for PPI claims was 29 August 2019, but this does not apply to us. This is because the deadline applies to claims against companies that are still trading, while through this legislation compensation is given when financial firms have failed.