FIRSTPLUS PPI Claim
FIRST PLUS has been a major loan provider for many years. Ever since the early 1990’s FIRST PLUS sold many Payment Protection Insurance policies aka PPI on their loans. Loan PPI was designed to protect the consumer in the event of a sudden loss of income resulting from an accident, sickness or unemployment.
The problem was that these policies often came with a long list of exclusions. This meant that some of the people that took out these policies would not have been able to make a valid claim. FIRST PLUS sold hundreds of thousands of these policies sometimes miss selling PPI.
At Claimspower we are dedicated specialists are recovering compensation for miss-sold FIRSTPLUS PPI loan policies.
We can investigate on your behalf for free. We work on a no win no fee basis, there are no upfront fees of any kind and if we win your case all you pay is our low modest all-inclusive settlement fee of 18%. Unlike other companies, all our fees are very transparent so there are no unpleasant surprises. With Claimspower our aim is to recover as much money as possible for you. If your loan was miss-sold FIRST PLUS PPI we will ensure that you get all your premiums refunded plus 8% interest as compensation.
If you have lost or destroyed your statements, don’t worry we can investigate without any statements.
If you have had the FIRSTPLUS loan between 1990 to 2013 contact us today by completing the short form below and let us help you recover your FIRST PLUS PPI refund. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
- Claim back as far as 32 years (not the standard 6 years)
- Free PPI Check-Up
- We can tell you if you were Mis-sold
- Dedicated account manager
- No old paperwork is necessary
- Great track record
- We can fast track your claim
- We maximize your payout with other lender searches
- EXPATS can claim with us – contact us wherever you are in the world.
So why wait? Complete the form below and one of our agents will contact you soon. Or fast track you’re claim by 2 weeks complete the online PPI claim form.