Claim back YOUR MONEY today!
Have you taken out a loan from your bank in the last six years?
Thousands did, and just like them you could have been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance, meaning that you could be entitled to a refund of thousands of pounds!
We are specialists in reclaiming your money quickly, with no up-front-fees and no hassle!
Welcome to Creditline Financial. In discovering our site you may have made one of the most fruitful decisions of your life!
If you think you may have been mis-sold loan protection over the last six years or more on any loans or credit cards you may have arranged we can claim back your PPI insurance quickly and easily. Often we will have the cheque in your hands within an average of 12 WEEKS or sooner of your initial contact! It COSTS YOU NOTHING to start your claim, so what is there to lose? For fee details see the FAQs page.
To find out if we can help you simply fill in the short contact form on this page and one of our PPI Claim Back team will get straight back to you to explain how the process works.
We look forward to hearing from you and claiming back what is rightfully yours.
Creditline Financial Managing Director
You can claim in 4 easy steps:
What our Customers are saying
"For any person wishing to find a reputable company to act for them in obtaining a refund of any Payment Protection Insurance premiums which have been miss-sold, we could not recommend a better company to act on your behalf than Creditline Financial, based in Peterborough."
Maria & Henry, Tyne and Wear
So far, banks have earmarked over £22bn to compensate the people they wrongly sold payment protection insurance to
Lloyds Banking Group’s extra £1.8bn provision to compensate customers for past mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) has taken the amount banks have set aside for the scandal to £22.2bn – enough to pay for the 2012 Olympics twice over.
Posted by Jay Beecher on 05 Feb 2014
More than £2bn was wiped from the value of Lloyds shares yesterday as investors baulked at another huge provision for PPI mis-selling and the delay of dividend payments.
In a pre-emptive move ahead of its full-year results next week, the state-backed lender said it expected to post a £6.2bn profit for 2013, before the write-offs.
But it also revealed it has been forced to set aside another £1.8bn to compensate customers mis-sold payment protection insurance.
Posted by Jay Beecher on 04 Feb 2014