How does it work?
No win, no fee. No upfront fees.
If your claim is not successful or you cancel within 14 days there is nothing to pay. If you cancel after this, we may charge you something based on the work we have done. Click on the tick above for details.
Fairer, low fees
Low 15%+VAT (18% total) and no hidden fees. We’ve always been cheaper than the new fee rate cap. Click in the circle above to compare fees.
It’s super easy to check if you have a PPI claim. If you do, an advisor will get a bit more information from you and then handle the hard work from there.
Fairer Claims Limited trading as FairerPPI is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in respect of regulated claims management activities; its registration is recorded on the FCA register website register.fca.org.uk with reference number 833798.
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Our customers come to us
We don’t cold call, spam or blast out texts. No expensive TV ads. and we don’t pester if you request a pack. People come to us because they want a fairer way to get their PPI back.
Simple as ... A, B, C
- A. Use the form to get a claims pack
Even if you're not sure if you had PPI or don't have documents. You'll only need to say which companies you think you had any credit with (loans, cards etc). Then sit back.
- B. Fill it out and return to us
Nothing to pay upfront (not even the postage).
- C. Relax - one more thing off your list
An advisor will keep you informed and let you know if you had PPI. If appropriate they'll then handle your claim dealing with lenders and the ombudsman if needed.
Still have questions? Check out the FAQs and PPI Guides sections for more help or get in touch.
PPI Claims Advice and News
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We’ve always said that you don’t have to use a claims company, but there are some reasons you may want to. You can take a look at the pros and cons of each option in this post. This time we want to look at a real example of what can happen and why it’s sometimes not[…]