More PPI To Claim?
Time Is Running Out
Did you make a successful PPI Claim before 2014?
If you did, you might be due a refund.
Between March and September 2018, Brunel Franklin has recovered in excess of £5,000,000† for nearly 2,000 customers. On average, each customer was awarded £2,578†
|Additional Redress By Lender For Past Successful Claimants March to Sept 2018†|
|Lloyds TSB / Halifax / BoS||£1,932,435|
|Barclays Bank / Barclaycard||£839,723|
|Nat West / RBoS||£559,131|
|Marks and Spencer Bank||£178,878|
Things might have changed, it's time to take another look
We’ve been working hard this year to help clients, just like yourself, recover additional/new PPI refunds from their banks and lenders. In fact, between 1st March and 12th September 2018, we’ve recovered over £5m in redress (before fees & taxes) for clients who have had a previous claim before 2014. We’ll do all we can to make sure you’re handed back any money you’re rightfully owed.
Based on our recent success, the table on the right shows the redress Brunel Franklin has recovered in additional redress during 2018 for past clients. The biggest offenders were the main high street banks. Your original PPI claim might have been made several years ago. Since then, due to know how and experience, Brunel Franklin have made significant headway into ensuring that lenders fully disclose all accounts that might have been affected by their mis-selling tactics. If you had a successful PPI claim several years ago, we genuinely believe you may be entitled to more money.
What do I do now?
Either fill out the form on the next page or call Brunel Franklin on 0203 056 6033 and we'll send you some forms to check, sign and return to us.
What have you got to lose? Brunel Franklin offers a no obligation** PPI Check and we work on a no win - no fee service*. Complete the form on the next page or call us today on 0203 056 6033CLAIM NOW!
** There will be no cancellation fees payable if you cancel prior to the completion of the PPI check, and no obligation to continue with the claim should you cancel before the claim commences.