HSBC has made millions from selling HSBC PPI (HSBC Payment Protection Insurance) with HSBC Loans, but past and present borrowers could now be entitled to claim their money back with interest by making HSBC PPI claims.
HSBC have admitted they could have to pay back 6.7 billion pounds to borrowers who were mis-sold HSBC PPI.
However, you will not get back the money you paid for HSBC PPI just because you make a claim, it must be proved your PPI was mis-sold to you. People who try to use template letters or reasons found on the Internet and are often surprised when their claims are rejected.
Many people forget that Companies keep copies of the paperwork or recorded telephone calls. This information can prove borrowers willingly agreed to take out PPI with their Loan and to justify rejecting their PPI refund claim.
A nationwide firm of Solicitors who specialises in PPI disputes has warned that up to 80% of PPI claims are rejected by Lenders. This means that for every five people who try to make a PPI claim, only one person is successful.
However, our Company specialises in mis-sold HSBC PPI claims and has a 99% record of winning claims for clients who were mis-sold HSBC PPI.
We work for you on a completely No Win No Fee* basis. This means that we do not charge any upfront fees and if we do not win your claim, you will not have to pay us a penny, so there is absolutely no risk of you losing out.
We will take care of all the paperwork to ensure our Clients receive a full refund of the money they paid for PPI, the interest they have paid on it and up to 8% interest for each year since they took out the PPI. This is why our some of our successful Clients are awarded thousands of pounds of compensation, with some being awarded over £10,000.
Even if you do not have any paperwork, cannot remember if you took out PPI, have repaid your Loan or cancelled your PPI, we may still be able to help you claim back thousands of pounds.
To find out how much compensation we can arrange for you to receive for your mis-sold HSBC PPI CLICK HERE