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Consumers Urged To Check For PPI as Deadline Date To Reclaim is Announced

By PPI Wise

The cost of the payment protection insurance (PPI) misselling scandal has reached £37.3bn

The final deadline has been set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in an effort to draw a line under one of the banking industry's biggest scandals.

Millions of people have already been compensated and banks have set aside more than £40bn to cover the payouts. It is believed that many more are yet to come forward.

 The FCA said it would run a two-year public awareness campaign, starting in August this year, in an attempt to flush out the remaining complainants.

The imposition of a deadline is likely to lead to a fresh wave of text messages and recorded calls by those offering to make claims on a customer's behalf. # 

People seeking compensation over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) will have to make their claims before 29 August 2019.

PPI was widely sold on finances — often without the customer's knowledge.

What is PPI? Payment Protection Insurance is a type of insurance designed to cover repayments on loans and credit cards in the event of an accident, sickness or unemployment. Often PPI was sold with a financial product without the customer's knowledge.

PPI was designed to cover repayments in the event of sickness, injury or unemployment. However, PPI was mis-sold because:

  • Consumers never asked for PPI
  • Consumers did not want PPI
  • Consumers did not know they were paying for PPI
  • Some consumers did not need PPI

If you have had any of the following, you may have had PPI:

  • Mortgage
  • Loan
  • Credit Card
  • Car Finance

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