Barclays PPI Claims
Barclays Bank is one of the major big four banks in the UK. Barclays was the first major bank to introduce Payment Protection Insurance also known as PPI. These optional policies were often sold with Loans, Mortgages and Credit Card Agreements. The purpose of the policy was to protect the consumer’s repayments in the event of the being unable to work as a result of accident, sickness or unemployment.
Barclays sold millions of PPI policies between 1990 to 2016. During this period a significant number of these policies were miss sold to customers who would never have been able to make a successful claim. In other cases, the policy was simply added to their credit agreement without their consent.
Barclays is one of the biggest banks for personal unsecured loans. These are typically in the range of £2000 to £20,000. If you took out a personal loan from Barclays, there is a good chance that it included Barclays Loan PPI.
Barclays & Woolwich Mortgage PPI
Many homeowners found themselves paying for Barclays Mortgage PPI that they neither wanted nor needed. In the case of Barclays, this may have occurred if you took out either a Barclays mortgage or a Woolwich mortgage. If you had or still have any of these mortgages then there may be a chance that you may have been paying.
DUE TO OUR INTERNAL DEADLINES, WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT ANY NEW PPI CLAIM REQUESTS FOR THIS LENDER. PLEASE GO TO THE LENDER’S OFFICIAL WEBSITE DIRECTLY THE LINK IS PROVIDED BELOW PLEASE ENSURE YOU DO THIS BEFORE THE 29TH AUGUST 2019