Ppi claim on an old mortgage?

I had a mortgage with Leeds permanent building society and paid ppi, how do I make a claim?

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago
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    If you feel that you were mis sold PPI then you can contact them direct. make sure that you collect together all the relevant paperwork first, tell them the policy numbaer and date of your policy, the amount you have paid and the reason that you claim it was missold. You can use a template letter to make it easier.

    http://www.ppitemplateletter.org.uk/leeds-building...

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  • 4 years ago

    So that you took out a loan 12 years in the past where you claim you needed to have ppi in order to get it, but you cant prove it, and you want halifax to do all the work to make your claim for you (possibly while you just take a seat again and wait) As before - develop up through all way ask halifax if they've any information to your loan,.And then in case you consider you had been missold ppi (and it had to be sold immediately by halifax, no longer through a personal loan dealer, its what HALIFAX advised you that issues, now not the loan dealer) and are in the cut-off date for making a declare, then go forward and make out your own declare, however DONT expect someone else to do it for you totally free

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Should you feel that you simply were mis sold PPI you can certainly contact them immediate. Ensure that you gather all of the related paperwork together first, let them know day and the policy quantity of one's plan, the total amount you've compensated and also the cause that you simply claim it had been mis sold.

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  • Kerry
    Lv 6
    8 years ago

    go back to leeds and ask them/they'll have the details

    or google the subject/see what it hands you ...

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