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Forces Members Missold PPI

It has emerged in the last week that members of the British Army have lost millions in missold payment protection insurance (PPI), because they should not have even been offered it in the first place.

Forces members are the latest in a long line of people who have been missold payment protection insurance, and Creditline Financial are here to help you to reclaim what you are owed.

Members of the army are classed as civil servants and this means that their employer covers repayments on loans, credit cards, car finance and mortgages in the event of any injuries, redundancies, sickness or death that many occur.

This means any PPI policies are worthless to army members and that they have been shelling out payments on a monthly basis unaware of the fact that they did not need to be paid.

Members of the forces are entitled to claim all repayments, along with 8% compensation on any payments made to the banks, which include Barclays, HSBC and Santander.

To work out just how much you are owed because of missold payment protection, you can use our online calculator by clicking here.

You definitely have a claim for missold payment protection insurance if you have been making these monthly payments, so for more information take a look at the Creditline Financial website by clicking here, or give us a call now to find out how we can help on 01733 393399.

Posted by Chris White on 12 Aug 2011

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