Packaged Bank Accounts (PBA)
Thousands of people in the UK have fallen victim to the mis-selling of Packaged Bank Accounts (PBA).
A Packaged Bank Account (PBA) is a bank account that offers various benefits, such as car breakdown cover, mobile phone insurance and travel insurance, in return for a monthly fee. Many bank customers were pressured into taking out a PBA even if it was unsuitable, unnecessary or unwanted. It’s thought that as many as 1 in 3 people in the UK today are due a PBA refund – could you be one of them?
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
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Read the answers to some of our most asked questions below.
Packaged Bank Accounts (also known as Added Value Accounts or Premium Accounts) are current accounts that have a set monthly charge for additional benefits such as mobile phone insurance, car breakdown cover, gadget insurance and extended warranties. The account fees vary in price from around £6 to £35.
In most instances, people who have a PBA will have been sold the account either over the phone, on the internet or in their high-street branch. However, on some occasions, bank accounts have been upgraded to a PBA without the client’s knowledge. To find out if you have a PBA, check your bank statement for a set amount leaving your account on a monthly basis.