About Claims Advisory Group

Claims Advisory Group successfully reclaim millions of pounds in payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation each month on behalf of our customers.

The company was formed in 2007 and from our head office in Manchester, Claims Advisory Group employs hundreds of claim professionals dedicated to reclaiming compensation for consumers that were mis-sold PPI policies.

PPI Claims

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) was originally sold alongside an array of credit agreements, (including personal loans, mortgages etc.) and was designed to protect customers if they were unable to maintain the monthly payments on their loan. Around 34 million PPI policies have been sold in the UK. However, it has since transpired that many PPI policies were mis-sold by lenders.

The most common ways that PPI was mis-sold by lenders include:

  • telling customers that PPI would improve their chances of a loan application being accepted
  • failing to adequately explain the terms and conditions of the PPI agreement
  • informing customers that PPI was a mandatory requirement
  • insisting that PPI had to be taken out for the loan to be accepted
  • failing to notify the client that PPI had been added to their loan
  • adding PPI without the customer's knowledge or consent
  • adding PPI cover to the loan application as a “protected” loan

If you have taken out any type of credit agreement (such as a personal loan, mortgage, or other credit agreement) in the past, then you may have been mis-sold PPI. As described above, many customers only discovered that PPI was added to their original loan agreements after we had done some initial investigations for them – as the PPI was added without their consent.

For further information, or if you think you may have been mis-sold PPI, then don’t hesitate to contact us. Claims Advisory Group can find out if PPI was added to a loan and submit a claim on your behalf, working on a no win, no fee basis. This means that there are no upfront fees so you have nothing to lose by enquiring.