Beat the claim deadline!

 
 

The PPI Deadline set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is 29th August 2019.

Start your PPI check today!

STEP 1

Post your signed and dated claim.

STEP 2

After carefully checking all the information, we will let you know what information is needed from your lender and do all the negotiations for you.

STEP 3

Success! Now get your refund.

No Win No Fee PPI Claims

Reclaim PPI on Loans, Mortgages & Credit Cards

Have you taken out a loan in the past, paid towards a mortgage or credit card? Chances are you could have been mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI). Our dedicated UClaim4Me team have helped clients claim back over £127 million yet. Experts believe hundreds of millions of pounds in mis-sold PPI are still to be claimed, despite a jaw-dropping £34.4bn already paid out. The deadline to claim PPI is now set to 29th August 2019 by the Financial Conduct Authority

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Reclaimed Packaged Bank Account Fees

PBA Claims – Are You Owed Money?

Packaged Bank Accounts (PBA) were introduced by lenders to make it easier to upsell financial products to customers in one package, and for a fixed fee. These include travel insurance, mobile phone insurance and breakdown cover – products customers may never have thought of buying. If you ever paid a monthly fee for your bank account, you may be able to claim back bank account fees worth £100s or £1000s. Learn more about PBA and how to reclaim bank charges no win no fee.

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Our claims specialists will be able to help you with your query.

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About UClaim4me

UClaim4me has extensive experience of claiming back mis-sold payment protection insurance and credit card charges. Our expert 3-step approach is designed to remove the stress from the process, allowing you to sit back and relax while we do all the legwork for you.

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Disclaimer

You are able to submit the claim directly to the lender for no charge. You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme for free if you wish for them to review your case, if you have approached your lender first, and if it falls within their remit. Please refer to our FAQ for other commonly asked questions.