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Have You Been Mis-sold PPI in Scotland?

Have You Been Mis-sold PPI in Scotland?In July 2012, customers who successfully received a payout for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) from their bank, mortgage lender or credit card company received a massive £512 million!

That brings the total paid out in mis-sold PPI claims so far since January 2011 to a staggering £5.9 BILLION Pounds!

How Much Have the Banks Set Aside for Compensation Payments?

High street lenders including banks, building societies and credit card companies have set
aside over £10 billion to be paid out in compensation for their customers who they mis-sold
PPI to. In the last few months major high street banks have set aside £100’s million more for
compensation.

You could be due thousands of pounds back in compensation.

You may not be sure if you ever had PPI, which is part of the reason that it was mis-sold to many
people when they took out a loan, credit card or mortgage. If you are not sure if you ever had
PPI there is no harm in trying to pursue a claim though our NO WIN NO FEE service.

Have Your Been Mis-sold PPI?

You may have been mis-sold a PPI policy, which you may even still be paying for but do not
need or for some people would never be able to make a successful insurance claim. If you
had a car insurance policy which you could never claim on, would you want a refund? YES!
If you have a PPI policy which you may never be able to make a claim for, you may be eligible
for a refund of the premiums which you have paid, plus interest!

Click here to find out if you have been mis-sold PPI

At PPI Claims Scotland.org we do all of the leg work to pursue a claim for compensation
on your behalf. We operate a NO WIN NO FEE service and have expert knowledge which
ensures we get the maximum compensation for each of our customers. All you need to do is
fill out our short registration form and we will start your claim today.

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