6 Ways To Get Your Mis sold PPI Payments Back [Infographic]

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6 Ways To Get Your Mis sold PPI Payments Back [Infographic]

Until recently there were only two ways to get a mis sold PPI refund from your lender:

1. Claim back PPI yourself; or

2. Through a PPI Claims Company

But after a little brainstorming we reckon there are a few more methods to get your money back, although it’s fair to say that four of them will definitely get you in a spot of bother with ‘the law’…

FINAL-6 Ways to Get Your PPI Payments Back


So there you have it; six ways to get your mis sold PPI payments back, although we heartily recommend Method 6 as it’s completely legal! For advice on PPI, how to seek a refund and things to consider when claiming, visit www.oraclelegal.co.uk/advice.

Huge thanks to Luke at Little Robot Design for the excellent work.

By John Gregory

John writes for a OracleLegal.co.uk as well as a number of financial blogs, he also create content for infographics, FAQ’s and personal finance sites. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter, get in touch – he doesn’t bite. Unless you’ve been mis-selling financial products.


MARCH 23RD 2020

At this time we are continuing business as usual however our team will now largely be working from home. This limits our phone contact availability. Customer support remains available Monday to Friday but please email in to info@oraclelegal.com with your query. We aim to get back to you within 48 hours. On receipt of PPI refunds our fees remain payable and can be paid via our website www.oraclelegal.co.uk/payments/ or via BACS. We are also working on some other areas of potential claim for you in connection with your PPI and will be in touch shortly where applicable to present this to you.

IMPORTANT:The last day we can accept a new claim is Friday 23rd August – midday – to ensure the paperwork is properly processed and lodged with your lender before the cut-off time.