If you’re paying a fee with your bank account, credit card or mortgage and you’re not completely sure what it’s for then you may have a mis-sold financial product and you may be able to claim a refund.
Payment Protection Insurance
PPI is a protection insurance sold to cover your monthly payments in case you have an accident, become sick or are later unemployed. PPI was sold on secured / unsecured (personal) loans, credit cards and mortgages.
To find out more about PPI Claims, click here to download our information sheet.
Packaged Bank Accounts
A packaged bank account (PBA) is also known as a ‘packaged’ or ‘premium bank account. These are current accounts where you pay a monthly fee in return for a variety of extras including travel and mobile phone insurance, breakdown cover and preferential rates on other financial products.
To find examples of PBAs and more information on the mis-selling of this products, click here to download our Information Sheet.