What we'll do for you
When it comes to providing us with information, we like to keep our process really straightforward. In fact, all we need from you is some basic information. We don’t even require account numbers, just the name of your lender. Remember: 60 million policies were sold, so if you had any type of finance agreement such as loans, credit cards, store-cards or mortgages between the late 80s and 2010, and you know the identity of the lender, get in touch and tell us about it.
Once you’ve done that, we’ll send you a very simple ‘claim pack’ in the post. All you need to do is sign the documents (these allow us to approach your lender) and return them to us via the FREEPOST envelope provided. Should you need any help completing your forms you can read our online guide.
While you wait, you can activate and log in to your online account on our website. Here you can track the progress of your claims and even take advantage of our exclusive customer discounts and offers from our trusted partners.
Having received your signed forms, we can tell you in around 15 days if you were ever affected by PPI, and this is all done free of charge, with no obligation to continue with our service.
If you were mis-sold PPI, and want us to pursue your claim, then we’ll speak to you again to gather some further information around your circumstances at the time you were sold PPI. This allows us to produce a strong legal argument to fight your claim. Best of all, we’ll only charge you for fighting your claim if we’re successful in reclaiming your money***.
What we charge
Our initial investigation into whether you’d been sold PPI is completely free, and there’s no obligation to continue with our service beyond this.
If you were affected by PPI and want us to proceed with your claim, we’ll only charge 39% (including VAT) if we win. If we don’t win, you owe us nothing***. What’s more, we’ll never ask you for payment until you’ve received yours.
Remember, it’s your money, not the banks’, and we believe it’s worth fighting for.
But other companies charge less...
Some do. Some don’t. These companies tend to offer a wide range of services, and their prices reflect that.
It’s your choice, and only you can decide what you want. Consider these points though: Will the company you choose just send some forms to fill in yourself? How far will they take your case? How much do you think they really want to win for you?
The advice we’d give you is to make sure your lender is presented with a strong, comprehensive case, by a company that’s as committed to fighting and winning your case as you are.
What’s important is value for money – and that’s what we offer. We’re proud of what we do, and of the great results we get. But the choice has to be yours.
Can I do it myself?
You could, yes. We’ll even tell you free if you were affected by PPI, and then you can proceed with the claim yourself. Before jumping in though, ask yourself this: Would you choose to represent yourself in a court of law, or would you use a specialist to submit your evidence and represent your case? We know what we’d do.
Remember, it was the banks you trusted in the first place and despite them being the ones who are supposed to treat customers fairly, they were the ones who grossly mis-sold PPI. So do you trust them to be transparent and fair when it comes to paying it back along with any interest that might be owed?
Whatever method you use to pursue your claim, what’s important is that your lender is presented with a strong and comprehensive case to explain why your policy was mis-sold. That’s what We Fight Any Claim specialise in.
But don’t just take our word for it; see what our customers say by clicking here.
Of course, if you do choose to continue with your claim yourself, you can always come back to us if it’s rejected, because through our approach we may still be able to help you reclaim what’s owed.