Natwest PPI Claim
Natwest is a financial institution that provides customers with a plethora of financial services, and in the past these services included payment protection insurance, also known as PPI.
Natwest is part of The Royal Bank Of Scotland Group with its PPI Division based in Manchester.
The Royal Bank Of Scotland Group including RBS and Natwest have received various fines relating to PPI including £2.8m by the FCA (Formerly FSA) over PPI Complaint.
There has been much controversy in the media, as to how PPI was sold to Natwest customers. In some instances, customers signed credit agreements with the PPI already added, in other instances it could be that the service was not explained correctly.
Many people may have not put forward a claim for a refund, as they are unsure as to whether it was mis-sold in the first instance. Fortunately, our professional service can locate any credit agreements and determine as to whether PPI was added to these agreements in the wrong way.
All our customers have to do is provide what details they do have, and give us authorisation to act on their behalf, and we will do the rest.