Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland PPI Claim
It is no secret that payment protection insurance has been making waves in the news of late, and this is due to the insurance being mis-sold by a number of different financial institutes. Royal Bank of Scotland is among the financial institutes that have added PPI its customer’s credit agreements without them ever being aware, or not being fully advised about the insurance.
There are a number of reasons as to why PPI may have been mis-sold to you. In some instances, the service is added automatically, so many customers may not even be aware that it’s been added in the first place. In other instances, the customer may have had PPI with another service provider, making the insurance added by Royal Bank of Scotland unnecessary.
If PPI has been mis-sold to any Royal Bank of Scotland customer for any reason, then it most instances they would be due a refund of anything paid in relation to the insurance.
Our professional service not only finds out whether you are due a PPI refund, but also ensures that it is refunded in a timely manner. Claiming back PPI can be quite cumbersome for someone who’s not sure of the legal viewpoint, as well as the sheer amount of paperwork you will need to complete. We are able to take on the claim on your behalf and make all the necessary enquiries, meaning that the only thing you will have to do is advise us as to whether you agree with the final offer.