>PPI Claims Template Letters

When dealing with PPI (Payment Protection Insurance) in the UK, there are many resources that one can use, including specialist companies that may be able to help. However, these work on a commission, which means part of your claim will got to them – how much will depend on their fee structure.

However, there are steps you can carry out to try the process for yourself first off. The first being sending out your own PPI Claims Letter to the company that miss-sold you PPI. It’s advisable to check out our PPI Miss-Selling Reasons to see if you could be eligible and check list before you do though.

Once you have gone through the guide, and feel that you are indeed owed money through miss-sold Payment Protection Insurance, use one of the templates below, which are also available to download. In order to reclaim your premiums, this is probably the first step you should take before consulting professional PPI reclaim sites.

We have split the letters into 6 key Status Categories

Self Employed

Self Employed

Unemployed

Unemployed

Retired

Retired

Working Part Time

Working Part Time

Contractors

Contractors

Temporary Workers

Temporary Workers

Letters by Type of Claim

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Loan Insurance

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Loan Insurance

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Credit Card Insurance

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Credit Card Insurance

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Store Card Insurance

PPI Claim Letters for Mis-Sold Store Card Insurance

Further Help

Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice Bureaux give free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to help you solve problems. To find your nearest CAB, including those that give advice by e-mail, search for your nearest CAB, or look under C in your phone book.

Financial Ombudsman

Consumers may prefer to contact the financial Ombudsman consumer helpline on 0300 123 9 123 for guidance on the procedure for complaining about payment protection insurance (PPI).