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William Robb is one of the 32 million credit card holders in the UK and after hearing about the mis sold PPI scandal, he wanted to know if he had an unfair PPI policy.

Oracle Legal helped Mr Robb reclaim back a final total of £53,015.46 in mis sold PPI payments and unfair credit card charges. Read Mr Robbs complete story...

PPI Refunds UK

PPI Refunds UK is a team of financial fighters guided by one strong belief: that Britain should have a fair financial system. We believe in a system that should help the public get the support they need in a manageable way from responsible lenders.

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PPI Claims UK

We’ve been doing this for three and a half years now (which is a long time in this industry!) and over that period we’ve perfected the PPI claims process to make sure your refund is processed as efficiently as possible. Your claim is handled by experienced PPI complaint handlers; you’ll speak

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At BankCharges.com we specialise in helping you get your money back from the banks, mortgage lenders and credit card companies when they’ve taken your money unfairly. Banks and lenders in the UK make money from account fees every year and our aim is to make it as easy

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Mis Sold PPI Claims Co

Have you taken out a loan or credit card in the last ten years? If so you could be owed thousands. You may have been mis-sold PPI, even if your loan or credit card has been paid off you can still make a PPI claim.

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PPI Claims Adviser

The sharp increase in PPI claims in recent years has revealed millions of PPI policies that have been mis sold along side loans, credit cards and mortgages. Given the number of mis-sold PPI policies it is entirely possible that you may have also been sold a PPI policy.

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PPI Claims Co

Mis Sold PPI, or Payment Protection Insurance to give it its full name, has become a controversial subject lately, with an increase in mis sold ppi claims. There are many reasons for this, not least the evidence of mis-selling of policies uncovered by the recent FSA investigation.

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