In 2015, millions of people were sent letters that told them they were owed money due to having been sold payment protection insurance that was worthless to them. Unfortunately, many of these people will throw these letters into the bin, assuming it’s spam, and lose out on the money they deserve.
It’s not too late to get this money, but time is fast running out. A deadline for claims, although not set in stone, is looming over us, with many predicting it to be in the spring of 2018. This means you have to get your PPI-claim in before that date for it to be accepted.
But did you know that this may not be the only way you could be entitled to money wrongfully taken from you? Below, we’ve listed a three non-PPI related ways you could regain money that shouldn’t have been taken from you in the first place.
Millions of people who paid monthly fees for packaged bank accounts are due thousands of pounds. These accounts often offer you a “free” incentive for using the service such as phone or travel insurance. If you changed bank account because it was upgraded, upsold, or were given no other choice but to take the change, you may have a case on your hands because of potential miss-selling.
If you’ve switched energy provider within the last five years, some of your money might still be in your account. Many energy firms won’t notify you if you were in credit when you left them, but you are still able to get it back. If you con tact your previous energy provider, they should be able to tell you if you have any money still in your account.
Tax code errors are causing millions of people every year to overpay the amount of tax they owe. It doesn’t take long to check, simply go to the government website and use their tax code checker. You never know, you may be owed hundreds of pounds.
If you think that you’ve been mis-sold PPI, you may well have a case to claim. We’re here to make this process as smooth and easy as possible.
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