It is a totally new category of mis-sold PPI that was introduced with the backing of the FCA.
It means that if you had PPI with a bank or another lender on a credit product that has been active since 2008, there is a good chance you are owed some money.
This is based on a court case brought by Susan Plevin in 2014.
If you’ve previously checked for PPI and had your case rejected, don’t give up. Thanks to the Plevin ruling, there’s still a chance you could get some money back. Start your free* check today and find out if you’re entitled to a refund.
The clock is ticking to find out if you are owed Thousands
The PPI Deadline date has been set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). You now have until 29th August 2019 to submit your PPI claim. After this date you will loose your right to claim