How does it work?
No win, no fee* No up front fees.
You don’t need to pay us anything up front to look into whether you have a PPI claim or to pursue your PPI claim. You only pay if we win you compensation*.
Fairer, low fees
Low 15%+VAT (18% total) and no hidden fees. We’re up front about our fees – compare to other companies charging 2x or more in their small print for PPI claims.
It’s easy to get us to check if you have a PPI claim. If you do, we’ll guide you to tell us what we need and then we’ll do the hard work from there.
Fairer Claims Limited is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities; its registration is recorded on the website www.gov.uk/moj/cmr. Authorisation number CRM42337.
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Our customers come to us
We don’t cold call, spam or blast out texts. And we don’t spend money on expensive TV ads. Our customers come to us and many will be referred by friends who are delighted with their PPI claim result.
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 just need to tell us which companies you had any credit with (loans, cards etc) and we can do the rest.
B. Fill it out and return to us
We'll pay the postage and there's nothing to pay up front.
C. Relax - one more thing off your list
We'll find out if you had PPI (if needed) and then handle your claim if you choose.
Still have questions? Check out the FAQs and PPI Guides sections for more help or get in touch.
PPI Claims Advice and News
Time left to start your PPI claim.Countdown The PPI deadline for claims is now just a year away. Sounds like ages right? The real question should be “what’s stopped you so far?”. Most of us will have found that dates creep up on us much faster than we think. Sorting out your PPI claim might[…]
Perhaps we’ve watched a bit too much daytime telly on our week off, but that ad – you know the one – with the feller asking why you haven’t got it “sorted it out” yet. Then he says that you could be owed up to £7,000. It’s nonsense and it’s annoying that this sort of[…]
We’ve put together a quick video which answers the most common PPI questions we hear. There’s just a year to go before the deadline for re-claiming PPI. We think that anyone who has not claimed so far may have PPI questions and be worried about things which are really not an issue. This is based[…]
We know from talking to our clients, that many people have put off looking into PPI for one of the following reasons: 1. No paperwork This is not a problem in reality. You don’t need any. If you have some it may speed things up sometimes. If we find PPI, paperwork can sometimes help answer[…]
…or how a bank and the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) treated a customer unfairly until we helped them see the light. You’ve probably read that you can ask the FOS to take a look if a company rejects your PPI complaint. They should be fair and impartial in their handling. Is this always the case?[…]
Last week, the Claims Management Regulator announced that they will introduce a fee rate cap for PPI of 20% + VAT. This follows a vote in the House of Lords. It won’t happen until Parliament votes and that is expected around March 2018. The cap may not come in for a further 2 months after[…]
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[…]
DO NOT CALL US IF YOU NEED HELP WITH GETTING OR COMPLETING YOUR R40 UNLESS YOU ARE A FAIRERPPI CLIENT – THANK-YOU. Unfortunately we have had to remove this article which we provided as a service due to a high number of calls from people seeking help from HMRC.
If you have had an IVA in the past, you need to read this before beginning any PPI complaints. On 2 March 2017 the Court of Appeal decided that you cannot keep any PPI redress you win EVEN if you have completed your IVA . The Court reversed an original ruling and a later appeal[…]