Claim PPI from Leeds Building Society before the upcoming PPI deadline in August 2019.
Payment protection insurance (PPI) was mis-sold by a huge number of banks and other businesses, including Leeds Building Society. It’s vital that a PPI reclaim is made as soon as possible, as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced that all PPI claims must be made by 29th August 2019.
The PPI deadline is in place to encourage the remaining people to make a claim, to finally put an end to the scandal. A two-year promotion campaign has started, funded by the FCA and the banks, to promote the deadline so that nobody is left unaware.
It’s important to note that Leeds Building Society is different to Leeds Permanent Building Society. Be sure that you are contacting the right company before making a PPI claim.
If you haven’t already contacted Leeds Building Society, now is the time to do it. Not sure how to get started? Don’t worry: as a PPI claims company with one of the lowest fees, we can contact the building society on your behalf. If you don’t think it’s worth the effort, the numbers say otherwise: the total amount repaid to consumers from the banks totals over £28 billion.
We’re here to help you every step of the way with a PPI claim. Read below to find out more about Leeds Building Society PPI and how you can start your claim as soon as possible.
How was Leeds Building Society Involved in the PPI scandal?
Building societies were involved in the PPI scandal just as much as banks. Although Leeds Building Society hasn’t been a huge offender, such as the likes of Lloyds and Santander, it did mis-sell PPI to consumers and is in the process of giving back their money.
PPI was commonly mis-sold on mortgages, loans and credit cards. If you have any of these products with Leeds Building Society, it is worthwhile checking your previous statements. However, even if you no longer have the paperwork, you will still be able to find out if PPI was on your account or product.
The Financial Ombudsman reported 93 PPI complaints about Leeds Building Society between January and June 2017. So, if you have ever done business with Leeds Building Society, you could be one of the many people owed a refund.
How to Claim PPI from Leeds Building Society
If you want to make a PPI claim to Leeds Building Society, it couldn’t be easier. Simply contact the building Society yourself with the details on the website, or, Canary Claims can get the ball rolling and make the claim on your behalf.
What are the benefits of working with Canary Claims? Simply put, we take the hassle out of the communication for you. A PPI claim can take time and plenty of resources to get right, so our experts look to control the process from the very start. Not only will we contact the building society for you; we’ll also find out if PPI was indeed added to your product, so you know whether you’re eligible to make a claim. We also work on a no win, no fee basis, [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] meaning if you’re ineligible or your claim is unsuccessful, it won’t cost you a penny.
We will keep you updated every step of the way with your claim and, if you do have a successful claim, the good news doesn’t stop there. Our service fee is one of the lowest at only 18% (inclusive of VAT)!
If you have an unsuccessful claim but believe that you were mis-sold PPI, you can refer the case to the Financial Ombudsman. It is currently dealing with a large backlog of complaints, however, so your result might still be two years away.
Making a claim can take up to six months, so start now and let the experts get you the money you are owed, as quickly as possible.
Claim PPI from Leeds Building Society now before it’s too late. Contact Canary Claims for a low fee of 15% + VAT (18% Total) on a no win, no fee basis [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].