Money Back Helpdesk

Missed the PPI Deadline? You Could Still Be Owed Thousands

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Do you think you missed the PPI Deadline?

Do You Qualify? Check Now

Did you have a Loan or Credit Card with Capital One?

Select Which Banks or Lenders you may have had PPI on? (Loan, Credit Cards and Store Cards)

Are you currently in an IVA or Bankrupt

Your Date of Birth

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We are just running the free check to see if you're eligible to be accepted for a claim based on the questions answered so far.

Good news.. based upon the details so far you are likely to be accepted for a claim.

Your Details

Please make sure you give us your previous address linked to your lenders in the fields below. If you do not have one click Continue.

Please read Claim Lion Laws Letter of Authority and their Terms of Business. In order to be able to submit a claim we just need your signature. By signing below, you are giving us authority to act on your behalf and to attach your signature to the Letter of Authority and Terms of Business.

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Additional Questions

If you could answer the below questions it can help with the processing of your claim, if not click Continue.

What happens next?

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Missed the PPI deadline? You could still claim...

You do not have to use a claims management company to pursue a claim. You can always contact the organisation directly and make use of the Financial Ombudsman Scheme if dissatisfied. Please note: Plevin Claims can only be pursued through litigation.

This means your claim will go to court and you will be charged a success fee from the compensation you receive. Please read our ’No Win No Fee’ section for more information on this.

How is Money Back Helpdesk Paid?

Money Back Helpdesk is a brand of Lead Insight Ltd who act as an introducer and help to connect you with trusted Service Providers, who are experienced in pursuing financial claims on behalf of consumers. When you submit an enquiry via our websites, your data will be securely transferred to a named Service Provider (as outlined in our Privacy Policy). We get paid by the Service Providers we work with, but the payment we get will never make any difference to the service you receive.

Online Service

No need for phone calls, and your application can be done all online and signed for.

Quick Response

Complete the 60 second form above and we'll get started on your claim!

No Win, No Fee

Not sure if you'r eligible? Complete our short form above and find out!

What Charges Apply to ‘No Win No Fee’?

How a solicitor gets paid if a ‘No Win No Fee’ case is successful

If your solicitor is successful in winning the claim process, you are entitled to receive 100% of the awarded compensation, Now, out of that compensation amount received you can pay your solicitor fees and cost as agreed upon which usually is capped at 36%. So it’s in the best interest of the solicitor to fight for the highest amount possible. At Plevin PPI Helpdesk our panel solicitors will only take a case on if it has more than 50% chance of winning.

It is important that all essential points of agreements are written down as proof in writing before the trail and the objective is clear at both ends without the risk of losing.

Plevin PPI Helpdesk always assign a solicitor you can trust for the complete process and they can guide you the best with your claim. At Plevin PPI Helpdesk, our solicitors work on ‘no win, no fee’ basis. In UK we have the best expert solicitors aligned with us that helps the claimant make their free will choice.

Termination Fees

If you cancel your claim after 14 days the solicitor reserves the right to charge you a termination fee, please see the solicitor's terms & conditions for more information.

More information on ‘No Win No Fee’ can be found on our No Win No Fee page.