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Some PPI claim facts
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What is a Plevin PPI claim?
Historically, when lenders sold PPI they failed to disclose the commission they received, which was taken out of the PPI premiums paid by consumers. So whilst consumers may have thought the premiums were for their cover, some of it was actually commission paid to the lenders for the sale of the PPI policy. A lender’s failure to disclose commission may have created an unfair relationship with the consumer. Following a court ruling, commonly known as the Plevin ruling, if this applies to you, this money can be claimed back.
You can find out more about Plevin, and how a Plevin PPI claim differs from a mis-sold PPI claim, in our handy Plevin FAQ
Is there anything else I should know?
A Plevin PPI claim differs from a financial mis-selling claim as the basis of the claim is the potential unfair relationship created by the lender’s failure to disclose commission. Currently, the only way to make a Plevin PPI claim is through a litigated claims process, which may involve a firm of solicitors making a court claim against your lender on your behalf.
This type of claim has become increasingly common over the last 18 months and a claim against your lender will not affect your relationship with them or any products you hold with them. Please note, your lender may cancel your PPI policy as a result of your claim.
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