Mis-sold Car Finance Insurance

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If you have taken out car finance, there is a good chance that you will have been offered payment protection insurance (PPI) which is intended to protect you in the event that you are unable to keep up repayments. However, many people have found that they have in fact been mis-sold car finance insurance or were even unaware that they were making payments for it on top of their monthly instalments.

If you think that you may have been mis-sold car finance insurance or payment protection insurance (PPI), then you may be able to reclaim back some, if not all, of the money you paid out.

You may have been mis-sold car loan insurance if you fit into one or more of the following categories:

  • You have been paying for a policy which includes ‘unemployment’ cover but told your insurance provider that you did not need this when you first took out the policy or you were never asked for your employment status
  • You have suffered with medical problems in the past but were not informed that the policy could be affected by medical problems or were never asked about your medical history
  • Your provider has already been fined for mis-selling PPI
  • If you were not given full details of the insurance – including being told that insurance was mandatory or you were unaware that you had even purchased PPI when you initially took out your loan

If you feel that you were mis-sold your car finance insurance policy for whatever reason, you could now begin the process of reclaiming the money by filling in our quick enquiry form.

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