Unsure Whether You Was Mis-Sold PPI or Not? Here’s How to Find Out

Payment protection insurance can be a difficult subject to understand but it’s good to know that you can file a claim for compensation if you have been mis-sold PPI, but how can you really find out? Are there certain steps that you must go through in order to check your eligibility?

Well, throughout this article we’ll be giving you an overview of the general claims process, letting you know how you can easily check your eligibility of a claim, and in addition to this we’ll also be advising you on how you can get further help on your case to ensure that everything gets handled properly.

Going through Your Documents

First and foremost, you’ll want to gather all of your old documents and paperwork together and go through these one by one, searching for the ones that you have been mis-sold payment protection insurance alongside. This might take some time but it will be worth it – it’s difficult to file your claim without the necessary documents and paperwork.

After you have gone through these documents and searched through the terms and conditions to check your eligibility on the case – you will then want to go ahead and file your claim. There are two ways to do this, you can either do this yourself or you can contact a claims management company who will be able to file your claim on your behalf and ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible – we’ll be giving you some more information on this in the next section.

Getting Professional Help

Many people go through a claims management company for a number of reasons – most commonly because they don’t have the time to file the claim themselves, but also because they don’t understand the process very well and would like professional help on the matter to ensure that everything goes smoothly.

Going through a claims management company couldn’t be any simpler, all you have to do is submit the documents to them and they will be able to look over your case and give you any necessary advice on the matter, they should also be able to answer any of your questions and concerns to ensure that you are comfortable with the process.

If you are unhappy with the way in which your bank or lender has treated either you or the case, you can always complain to the Financial Ombudsman Service – they regulate the financial industry