PPI claim rejected? You still could claim £1000s
If you have had a PPI claim rejected, you could still claim £1000s under a new legal ruling called ‘Plevin’.
Banks have been paying out thousands of pounds to people reclaiming under a new court ruling known as Plevin. This new rule means that if more than 50% of your PPI policy’s cost went as commission to the lender without you knowing about it, then you’re due a refund for that commission – plus interest. This applies even if you’ve had previous PPI claims rejected.
Allay Claims Ltd is a claims management company, We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN: 838865. You do not need to use a claims management company to pursue your claim. You can make a complaint to your lender direct, to the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme yourself for free
To find out if you could be eligible for a Plevin payout, simply fill out our quick and easy form below…
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Plevin (Plevin v Paragon Finance Limited) is a legal case that considers whether the levels of commission paid on PPI premiums are proportionate and reasonable. It additionally takes a look at whether consumers were misled by brokers who neglected to reveal high commission levels during the sale of PPI.
If you have had a PPI claim rejected, this ruling implies there is a new opportunity to commence a legal case to obtain a PPI refund. Our specialist team can guide you through the process if you have a case like Susan Plevin, just complete the form below and we will get in touch or call us on 0191 462 0000