Plevin PPI

We’ve all heard of PPI claims, but what about Plevin PPI?
You may be owed a refund and not realise it!


What is a Plevin claim? Find out if you’re owed up to £40,000* for Plevin PPI for Free!

Your lender may have incorrectly taken money from you – time to get it back! It’s being called ‘Plevin PPI’, and it means anyone who ever had a policy – even if they already claimed – could be owed a considerable refund from their lender.

You could STILL be owed up to £40,000 if: • You’ve already claimed for a PPI policy – you could now be owed even more!* • You ever had a PPI policy, even if you didn’t feel it was ‘mis-sold’. • You don’t remember if you had a PPI policy – a lot of people had these without knowing it!

A new PPI court ruling in April 2021 revealed how the banks used YOUR MONEY to earn hefty commissions for themselves. Strangely, they forgot to mention the secret commissions they kept when the original PPI rulings came out. Now the Courts have said that any commission they have earned by selling PPI policies is potentially YOURS.

This ruling saw the complainant awarded £7,954 in compensation for the commission alone. This includes fees and interest that accrued over the years. And it’s estimated that other people who had PPI policies will be owed from £1,000 up to £40,000 in compensation. We can find out if you’re owed money – for free! Just fill out the enclosed form and return it in the envelope provided, or you can do it online at:

About our service

Claims Advisory Services are a Claims Management Company. We offer a free PPI checking service. You don’t have to use us to check if you had PPI, you can contact the lender direct. There is no charge to cancel the PPI checking service. Please visit our terms and conditions page to view our Terms and Conditions for this service. Where we identify that you may be able to make a Plevin PPI claim we will recommend you to one of our panel of law firms. You are under no obligation to make a claim using the law firm we recommend; you can make a complaint through a law firm of your choice or you can approach the Financial Ombudsman Service for free advice or you can contact your lender. If you pursue a claim with one of our panel of law firms, they will charge a fee if your claim is successful, The law firm will ask you to sign their documentation (which includes information about their fees and cancellation policy) before they start your claim. For example, typically customers pay 40% plus VAT (48% in total) of the amount recovered although this will be subject to your individual circumstances. If you cancel after the 14 day cooling off period they may charge a cancellation fee. We will receive an introducer fee from the Solicitor if you go ahead, this fee is not payable by you. *The facts and figures provided come from reputable news websites and other sources:

Sources *You won’t be able to make a further claim if you have already received a full and final settlement.