just wanted to check if this is a legit PPI claims company

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Found 29th Jul
Hi, seen this on Microsofts MSN sight to say check your PPI, wanted to know if its a legit company

instant.ppifreecheck.com/ins…php
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Not gonna click on the URL but if you don't want to give away 24% of any potential claim then look elsewhere, where the elsewhere mentioned in first post is an excellent starting point.
We had ppi, tried going back to the lender who obviously said that it wasn't mis sold and ended up going to the ombudsmen. It might take a while (ours took over a year) but if you have paper work etc go to the ombudsmen and keep 100% of it. Like the other comment said most if not all take a rather large chunk
What I recommend is going through Resolver for all the cases of PPI that you remember. Then, once all of those claims are done, go through a claims specialist who will find any policies you have forgotten about.

This is what we did, after doing all the claims we remembered, we then got Gladstone Brooks involved and they found more cases, so we got more money (though there was a high fee of course, it was better than nothing)!
Its very easy to do yourself if it was from a bank they usually have a website where you apply if you search.
In answer to your original question - yes it is a legitimate company. You might choose to use a company to deliver your shopping or do your legal work for example, all of which you could do yourself, but don't and pay a fee for the pleasure.... not everyone has the time, or the inclination to do it themselves.
Look on Which website they had some letters you could copy and paste your information in its very easy to do it yourself and you will save a lot of money
valleyman41647 m ago

In answer to your original question - yes it is a legitimate company. You …In answer to your original question - yes it is a legitimate company. You might choose to use a company to deliver your shopping or do your legal work for example, all of which you could do yourself, but don't and pay a fee for the pleasure.... not everyone has the time, or the inclination to do it themselves.


It's laziness IMO, takes 20 minutes to do it through Resolver to get £100s extra
thewrecker747718 h, 43 m ago

We had ppi, tried going back to the lender who obviously said that it …We had ppi, tried going back to the lender who obviously said that it wasn't mis sold and ended up going to the ombudsmen. It might take a while (ours took over a year) but if you have paper work etc go to the ombudsmen and keep 100% of it. Like the other comment said most if not all take a rather large chunk


Lots of people worry about reclaiming PPI because they don't have full details or can't remember, but they shouldn't let this put them off.

If you don't have any documentation or simply can't remember which lenders you've borrowed from, you can actually check your credit report. It lists loans, mortgages or other debts that were live within the last six years, even if they're now closed.

The article I posted above gives a full explanation, including template letters.
jamie0151 h, 3 m ago

It's laziness IMO, takes 20 minutes to do it through Resolver to get £100s …It's laziness IMO, takes 20 minutes to do it through Resolver to get £100s extra


Does Resolver help to trace documentation and lenders you may have forgotten you borrowed from?

If not then I would also agree, the free route may not be for everyone. Some people may prefer to pay for the convenience in that case. And as he points out, not everyone has the time or the inclination to do it themselves.

If you don't have a copy of your agreement or T&Cs you'll need to contact your lender to ask for a copy Though this can take time and a lot of effort.
Edited by: "LemonHead" 30th Jul
LemonHead10 m ago

Does Resolver help to trace documentation and lenders you may have …Does Resolver help to trace documentation and lenders you may have forgotten you borrowed from?If not then I would also agree, the free route may not be for everyone. Some people may prefer to pay for the convenience in that case. And as he points out, not everyone has the time or the inclination to do it themselves.If you don't have a copy of your agreement or T&Cs you'll need to contact your lender to ask for a copy Though this can take time and a lot of effort.


As I said above, I think people should go through Resolver and if that doesn't work, then use the claims specialist.
jamie0152 h, 33 m ago

As I said above, I think people should go through Resolver and if that …As I said above, I think people should go through Resolver and if that doesn't work, then use the claims specialist.


I would also recommend people read the article from MSE then make up your mind what you intend doing. If you think what they are asking is too much then maybe consider going via a PPI claims company.
Ah yes, laziness. I'm glad I'm a more rounded individual (in every sense) that doesn't judge people with pejorative insulting language! You lazy person asking someone to clean your windows, deliver your shopping, fix your roof, build your fence... I mean how utterly lazy.

Pathetic.
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