Ppi Questionnaire Cover Letter

Millions of people have already made claims worth hundreds - and sometimes up to tens of thousands - of pounds for missold payment protection insurance. 

Even so, there are thousands of people who have yet to claim who could be owed money. 

It is hard to escape cold calls, recorded messages and advertisements from companies asking or telling you to make a claim for missold PPI. 

However you don't need to go through one of these claims management companies, some of which are making millions of pounds out of this scandal. 

It's very easy to make a claim yourself.  

First, read our guide to see if you have been a victim of mis-selling.

Then use one of these two letter templates to send to your insurance provider and reclaim your premiums.

Letter number one Use this letter if you were mis-sold the policy because you were self-employed, unemployed or retired.

Letter number two Use this letter if you were forced to buy a policy when you took out your loan.

Easy process: Read our guide, print of a letter and send it to your insurance provider to reclaim premiums

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Summary

PPI isn’t available to new customers.

However, if you feel that you have previously been mis-sold PPI, here’s how you make a complaint.

  • We currently do not have a Payment Protection Insurance product to offer alongside new products.

You can get advice on Payment Protection Insurance and other insurance products by visiting the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), Money Advice Service (MAS) and Citizens Advice.

We recognise that some customers feel concerned about PPI, especially if they believe it was mis-sold as part of a loan, credit card, overdraft or mortgage.

At The Co‑operative Bank, we are committed to dealing with your complaint fairly and promptly. We will try and resolve your complaint straight away, when you first contact us and will keep you informed of our progress throughout.

Complaining about your PPI is your legal right. A PPI complaint will never affect your relationship with us or negatively affect your credit score rating.

What is PPI?

Payment Protection Insurance is designed to cover unsecured loans, credit cards, overdrafts or mortgages.

The Co-operative Bank and its subsidiaries, smile and Britannia, sold PPI for loans, credit cards, overdrafts or mortgages.

We no longer sell PPI, however we still advise customers to consider how they’ll make repayments in the event of redundancy, unemployment or an accident.

Am I able to make a PPI complaint or enquiry online?

You can use our online PPI form to:

  • make a PPI complaint for the first time.
  • check if you have had PPI.
  • have your complaint assessed again under new Plevin guidelines.

We're Digital Accessibility Centre (DAC) accredited, if you need any further information please visit our accessibility page.

You can make a PPI complaint or enquiry online if you’re a UK resident, and hold or held a Co‑operative Bank or smile product, or a Britannia mortgage.

Alternatively if you’re a non-UK resident, or you’d like to complain about PPI relating to a Platform mortgage or Britannia Loans / Credit cards, then please download the FOS consumer questionnaire, complete it and send it to:

The Co‑operative Bank
PPI Operations
1 Balloon Street
Manchester
M60 4EP

If you need your PPI correspondence in a different language, or you’d like some help, please contact us on:

or you can visit your nearest Co‑operative Bank branch.

What is the deadline for making my PPI complaint?

A deadline of 29th August 2019 has been set to complain about the sale of your PPI policy and you will not be able to complain after this date.

It is also important to note that we will not be able to consider complaints about issues we have previously written to you about, where this letter was sent more than three years ago. All customers can however still make a Plevin complaint up to the 29th August 2019, even if we have written to you in the past.

Not satisfied with our response?

We’re committed to ensuring all complaints are fully and fairly addressed. However, if you’re unhappy with our response - or if you haven’t heard from us in 8 weeks or more - you can take the matter further to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

The Financial Ombudsman Service

The role of the Financial Ombudsman Service is to help settle individual disputes between consumers and businesses providing financial services in the UK. To find out more about the Financial Ombudsman Service, visit www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk or contact them by writing to:

The Financial Ombudsman Service
Exchange Tower
London
E14 9SR

Telephone: +44(0)300 123 9123 or +44(0)800 0 234 567 (Call charges)

Email: complaint.info@financial-ombudsman.org.uk

Making a complaint will not affect your legal rights.

Existing credit card and overdraft customers

If you’ve already purchased PPI for either a credit card or an overdraft, your cover will remain unchanged.

Complaints reporting

Every six months we submit information to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) about the complaints we've received from our customers. This information is summarised on The Co-operative Bank website.

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