no win no fee

If we agree to take on your claim for mis-sold PPI it means that we are so confident we can arrange for you to receive your money back, that we will work for you on a commission only No Win No Fee basis, this means:-

We will work on a 100% No Win No Fee basis, so if you do not receive money back it will not cost you a penny.

We guarantee your relationship with RBS will not be affected in any way.

You will not have to pay any upfront fees, so it's free to start your claim.

We guarantee your credit rating will not be affected in any way.

We take care of the paperwork, the phone calls and use our specialist knowledge to claim a full refund of the money you have paid for your PPI, a full refund of the interest you have been charged on your PPI and 8% interest per year for every year you had or have had the PPI. We know how RBS PPI claims are assessed. Therefore, we are able to make sure you receive the maximum compensation.We win 99% of claims for people who have been mis-sold PPI. Some of our successful Clients are awarded thousands of pounds of compensation, with some being awarded over £20,000.

The only way you could only ever be out of pocket is if you change your mind and decide to cancel using our services part way through the claim process. Only in these very unusual circumstances, will we charge a fee for the work we have already conducted.

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RBS ppi news
   HSBC who owns EPF sets aside an extra £352 Million to pay out PPI on top of the £2.46 Billion already set aside.
   Sky News estimate the Banks PPI mis-selling bill will be more than £22 Billion.
   The FCA is forcing lenders re-open over 2.5 Million PPI cases.
   The RBS Natwest group sets aside a further £100 Million taking their PPI provision to £3.3 Billion.
   £22 Billion is set aside by Banks to compensate for PPI
   Barclays sets aside a further £170 Million taking their PPI provision to £5.02 Billion.
   FCA confirm mis-selling PPI bill totals over £352 Million in September 2014 alone.
   HSBC who owns EPF sets aside an extra £352 Million to pay out PPI on top of the £2.46 Billion already set aside.