Reclaim PPI Against Catalogue Accounts
If you ever shopped via catalogues in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, there’s a good chance that you had a PPI policy to go with your account. If this is the case, Beat the Banks would like to have a chat with you. We’ve helped a considerable number of consumers in recent times who had Payment Protection Insurance with their catalogue agreements, and we can do the same for you. All you have to do is call 0800 193 1234 to find out more.
During the credit boom, banks, building societies and other credit providers sold PPI on a massive scale, and in far too many cases the policies themselves were of little or no use whatsoever. Consumers, keen to make sure they had protection in place should anything go wrong, signed on the dotted line in the belief that they now had the peace of mind they craved.
While many people now tend to think of the PPI scandal in terms of banks and credit card providers, it’s worth noting that a number of catalogue companies decided to get on the gravy train as well. Famous retail names such as Freemans and Littlewoods offered a tempting escape from the traditional way we shopped for consumer goods, and this proved popular with millions.
Get the latest things now and pay for them later
Instead of saving months or even years for the latest fashions, the best furniture and the most technologically advanced domestic appliances, we could simply have the products now and pay for them in regular instalments instead. It all seemed so simple and so convenient, and we were generally happy to pay a little more for the privilege.
The catalogue companies introduced PPI policies as a way of increasing their income and boosting their profits. This add-on was a very effective money-spinner, and the fact that you may not have even needed it didn’t seem to matter at all. The more customers that said yes to PPI, the higher the profits became and the happier the owners, directors and shareholders would get.
Beat the Banks can help you get the compensation you deserve from the catalogue providers. Unlike other claims management companies, we don’t just ask for the basic information before making a claim that resembles little more than a stab in the dark and the hope of a quick win. We ask for all the facts, dating back many years, before submitting a comprehensive claim based on the bigger picture.
It may be that it’s now many years since you ever bought anything from a catalogue, but that doesn’t mean you should ignore the possibility of compensation. The catalogue providers should not be allowed to get away with that they did in the past, and that’s why Beat the Banks will continue to fight for the consumer’s rights up until PPI deadline day and beyond.
If you even slightly suspect that you may have a case, why not get in touch today? We’re available now on 0800 193 1234 and we’re very much looking forward to hearing from you.