Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) was sold with products that you need to make repayments on such as Credit Cards, Mortgages, and Loans. In the event of an accident, sickness, or unemployment you would be covered on from making the payments.
The scandal is that banks and lenders often sold us PPI - without telling us. If you have any of the following you many have been paying for PPI
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The final deadline has officially been set by the FCA to ensure that all are being held accountable under one of the biggest banking scandals in the country’s history.
There have already been millions of UK citizens that have been awarded substantial compensation from the pot of £40bn set to cover the payouts.
You could go back and check through each account that you opened from Credit Cards and Finance Agreements, to any Loan or Mortgage. You would then need to contact each company separately, make sure you have all the right documents, and start the correspondence process collecting all of your evidence. Or You could do it the quick, easy, and painless way by having us do it for you.
PPI was most often sold by adding it onto policies and without asking people if they wanted it or not.We work closely with top Claims Management Firms to provide a FREE PPI Checking Service Remember…if you’re not checking you could be missing out on your chance to claim back thousands. Simply answer the question below to Get Started
We are committed to protecting the personal privacy of its clients and users of this site. We value your privacy in respect of all personal information you send to us, as a result of your use of this site.
We will treat all and any information received confidentially in accordance with the Data Protection Act and will only use that information to allow us to deal with your enquiry, with the exception of where the law requires us to disclose it, or where it is necessary to disclose the information to comply with a regulatory or legal process.
If you wish to see the information we hold on you, you are within your rights to make a request. Please note that there is a standard £10 administration charge and we your details will be submitted within four weeks from payment being made.
Please contact us via telephone if you are in any doubt or wish to check the status of an email sent to us.
The Company needs to collect and use certain types of information about citizens and other individuals who come into contact with the Company. This personal information must be dealt with properly however it is collected, recorded and used – whether on paper, in a computer, or recorded on other material – and there are safeguards to ensure this in the Data Protection Act 1998.
The Company regards the lawful and correct treatment of personal information as very important and therefore ensures that personal information is treated lawfully and correctly. To this end the Company fully endorses and adheres to the Principles of Data Protection, as detailed in the Data Protection Act 1998.
Specifically, the Principles require that personal information:
The Company will, through appropriate management, strict application of criteria and controls:
In addition, the Company will ensure that:
This policy will be updated as necessary to reflect best practice in data management, security and control and to ensure compliance with any changes or amendments made to the Data Protection Act 1998.
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The content of the website concerns our services and is for general information and guidance only. Specific and individual cases may require a unique approach, as circumstances of and particular situations can and will differ from person to person. We will be happy to discuss the specifics of your situation with you, if and when you instruct us to act on your behalf. You should always consult a legal specialist, before deciding to take, or not to take, legal action. In some cases we will refer you to an appropriate solicitor as set out in paragraph 9 below.
By using this website and the information contained within, you agree to be bound by our terms and conditions of use. In particular, we will not be liable for any losses, damage (whether direct or indirect and including without limitation, loss suffered as a result of breach of these terms which is not a foreseeable consequence of the breach, lost profits, lost opportunity, goodwill, loss of contracts, increased costs or expenses) arising out of the use or inability to access the information on this website, or as a result of any errors or omissions on the website.
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For some types of claim we have a referral relationship with solicitors from whom we may receive a referral fee for passing them details of your claim. Please refer to paragraph 9 for our additional terms for referred claims.
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WHAT IS IT THAT DIRECT REDRESS LIMITED WILL DO FOR YOU?
WHAT IS IT THAT DIRECT REDRESS LIMITED WILL NOT DO FOR YOU?
WHAT IS IT THAT WE REQUIRE YOU TO DO?
Non Payment of Invoice (Cash) Without exception, all invoices must be paid in full within 14 days of issue. The costs of any telephone calls and invoice reminders may be added to the outstanding debt:-
Non Payment of Invoice (Reduction) Without exception, all invoices must be paid in full within 14 days of issue. The costs of any telephone calls and invoice reminders may be added to the outstanding debt:-
Debt Recovery The cost of any County Court action (£30-£108) will be added to the outstanding debt together with statutory interest, pursuant to Section 69 of County Court Act 1984 until the debt is paid in full.
HOW DIRECT REDRESS LIMITED WILL COLLECT OUR FEES
You are responsible for the immediate payment of our fees. These fees must be paid from the amount you are awarded.
PPI (Loan or Credit Card)
Again, the total amount recovered could amount to around 30% of your loan. If this is the settlement that you receive, our fees will be calculated from a combination of the amount recovered in a cash sum and the amount we have reduced your loan by. We expect our fees to be paid out of the lump sum you receive. If you benefit financially by way of a reduction of an existing debt (such as arrears); Direct Redress Limited require our fees settling on this matter, as set out in Clause 4 of the Terms of Engagement.
Credit Card Charges
Packaged Bank Account
CANCELLATION OF THIS AGREEMENT
THE COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
The Company operates a complaints procedure, full details of which are available upon request.
We will hold, control and process your personal information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. By providing your personal information to us, you explicitly authorise us to process the information for the purposes set out in this paragraph. You can, at any time, request a copy of all information we hold relating to you by writing to us (a written Data Subject Access Request in accordance with the Data Protection Act). You will be charged an administration charge of £10.00 for this. We will use the personal information you provide to assess your claim and carry out our duties in accordance to this Agreement. We may share your personal information with other companies if necessary during the process of your claim for compensation, or any financial matters we believe may be of assistance to you. You have the right to opt out of having your details shared and any request for this should be made by either telephone or in writing