Could you have multiple loans that have payment protection insurance attached? Perhaps. For those of you that are just now tuning into the PPI issue, here’s what you need to know in a nutshell: people were robbed. People had their money taken from them and held for years and years, without any chance of getting it back. Now that the High Court has made a clear decision, there’s a rush to get that money back. There are already trusts and funds set aside to pay that money back to consumers. This is definitely a good thing. The voice of the consumer was heard…to a point. We say “to a point” because you still need to find the courage to claim that money.
Debt is a strong motivator, and many people have it. Don’t think that you can fight the companies that are holding your money? Stop and think about all of the money that’s being held away from you. That’s money that could be taking away your debt. A debt free life is a goal that many of us have. A debt free life allows us to work a little less and have a lot more fun in life. If you’re stuck in debt, then all of your waking hours have to be consumed by debt. All of your time has to be caught up in chipping away at a mountain of debt that never seems to stop growing. If you’re smart, you identified this and you’re going to make sure that you push forward even though you’re afraid.
You want to get the power of a claims company on your side. This might sound scary, because you have to work with another organization and tell them about your situation. That’s okay — they’ve talked to thousands and thousands of people. They can help you out too. You don’t have to be brave at all — you can let them take over and handle everything for you.
There’s something to be said about getting things done in a powerful way. Some people feel that they just can’t figure things like that out, but it’s okay. Take little steps now. PPI claims are handled by companies that have already “been there, done that”. All you need to do is make the phone call and let them know your situation. They will take your case based on a no win no fee basis — which is actually what it sounds like! Good luck!