That’s not surprising with so many people being sold PPI without their knowledge. If you suspect that you may have been sold PPI then contact us, let us know you’re unsure and we can find out for you.
Quite simply there is a good chance that you do have PPI because the majority of loans taken out in the last 15 years included some form of Payment Protection Insurance. Payment Protection Insurance is also known as Personal Loan Protection (P.L.P.), Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance (M.P.P.I.), Accident Sickness and Unemployment Cover (A.S.U.), Life & Accident, Sickness and Unemployment Cover (Life and A.S.U.), or Credit Card Repayment Protection (C.C.R.P.).
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