PPI (Payment Protection Insurance)
This mis-selling of PPI applies to all loans, credit cards and mortgages.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently fined a number of high street banks and lenders over the mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). If you have ever taken out a loan, a mortgage, a credit or store card, then there’s a good chance you’ve paid additional insurance to cover repayments. This insurance is often referred to as PPI, but is also known as Accident, Sickness & Unemployment (ASU), Mortgage Payment Protection, Credit Card Repayment Protection or Personal Loan Protection.
To find out if you have a case simply enter your details in the boxes below and click the “Start My PPI Claim” button when complete. We will then send you our no-obligation claims pack which will be sent at no cost. For the more tech-savvy you can bypass this by going to www.hidenda.com/qa and click on the “Potential new clients click here” button where you can start your claim process immediately.
Credit Card Charges
It is estimated that over 14 million people in the UK are issued with unfair credit card charges every year. Often these add up to £1000s.
If you have been charged unfair penalty fees for making late payments or exceeding your credit limit, then let our team of professionals claim these charges back for you on a No Win No Fee basis*.
In addition to claiming the penalty charges, we will seek to add both statutory and compound interest to the claim. This additional interest can sometimes double the value of your claim.
Credit card providers can charge you where appropriate, however these charges must be no more than the amount required to cover their costs. If they make a profit from charges, they are acting unfairly and you have the right to claim your money back.
To find out if you have a case simply enter your details in the boxes below and click the “Start My PPI Claim” button when complete. We will then send you our no-obligation claims pack which will be sent at no cost.
* If you cancel on request after 14 days then you may be subject to a cancellation charge (see our Terms and Conditions)