Do you want to know how to claim PPI from Bradford and Bingley? Read our guide to find out if you’re owed money and the steps to reclaiming it!
Have you heard about the upcoming PPI deadline? August 29th, 2019 is the official deadline for making a PPI claim. The aim of the deadline is to flush out the remaining claims and make sure that everyone has received their money. If you believe that you might have been mis-sold PPI from Bradford and Bingley, our guide can help you to make a claim.
Consumers were mis-sold PPI in a variety of ways. Many customers were not asked the correct questions beforehand (such as employment status) or told that it was compulsory.
The banks have paid out astronomical fees, with the current total repaid to customers amounting to over £28 billion. You could be owed thousands of pounds from a PPI refund and not even realise.
If you don’t know how to claim PPI, we will tell you everything — including what to do if you no longer have the paperwork. Canary Claims are here to help you with every step of your PPI claim.
How Were Bradford and Bingley Involved in the Mis-selling of PPI?
Bradford and Bingley have had a turbulent existence. Starting off as a Building Society in Yorkshire, they were very popular and were once the eighth biggest building society in the UK. In 2000, they became a bank under the trading name of Bradford and Bingley Plc. But, after the financial crash in 2008, the bank then became government owned. The network branches were taken over by Santander.
Like many banks, Bradford and Bingley mis-sold PPI to their customers. If you bought a mortgage or loan with the bank or building society, you could be due a refund. If you are concerned about how to claim PPI now that the bank is no longer functioning, this isn’t a problem. It is still possible to make a PPI complaint to the bank, who have a phone number and PO Box based in Durham.
How to Claim PPI from Bradford and Bingley
Making a Bradford and Bingley PPI claim is an easy process. However, it’s important to start as soon as possible because of the PPI deadline. The banks are expected to have a surge in complaints, so the sooner you start your claim, the sooner you can receive the money.
If you have your paperwork, this is a great start as you will be able to check for any added insurance, If not, we are able to conduct a PPI check to find out if PPI was added to your loan or mortgage.
Don’t want the hassle of making a claim over Christmas and New Year, Canary Claims are here to help. We will contact Bradford and Bingley on your behalf and check if PPI was indeed mis-sold to you. We’ll keep you informed every step of the way. Don’t fret about how to claim PPI — we can take care of it for you.
If your PPI claim is unsuccessful, you are able to refer the case to the financial ombudsman (FOS). In the first half of 2017, the FOS received 400 complaints about Bradford and Bingley. Of that number, 340 were about PPI. Don’t delay. Start your claim as soon as possible.
Canary Claims are regulated by the Claims Management Regulator. This means that your claim is in safe hands with us. Offering a low service fee of 15% + VAT and a no win no fee policy [Cancellation charges may apply only if the claim is cancelled after the 14 days cooling off period. The fee would be based on the work done at the time of cancelling at a rate of £120 per hour and up to a maximum total of £180] we’re the best choice for your Bradford and Bingley PPI claim.