We are offering a 'Free PPI Check' which only requires your contact details and the name of your lender/s.

Start Your Claim

No account numbers or paperwork are required.

You do not need to know whether you had PPI or not as very often it was added without the customer knowing.

If you want us to check whether you had PPI or not please reply 'CHECK' to members@ritewayclaims.co.uk or enter your contact details in the "start your claim" form.

Our sales team at Riteway will call you as an introduction and confirm your contact details and ask which banks are involved.

We will then be able to send you our Solicitors' retainer pack which has to be signed before we can approach the lenders on your behalf.

Once the pack is returned ( we supply a FREEPOST envelope) we will do the PPI check with each bank and claim back your money.

This is your last chance before the deadline closes in August 2019. Act now with Riteway!

Have you had a loan or credit card in the last 10 years? If the answer is yes, you may have been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI). Riteway Claims Limited can claim back what is YOURS on a no win no fee basis.

Simply complete our form to start the process

Our solicitors work on a strictly no win/no fee service at 20% (+VAT) that is only taken from the claim if we are successful. There are absolutely no up front costs whatsoever and in the unlikely event that we are not successful then there is nothing at all to pay so there is no risk whatsoever to you.

No Win No Fee

Our solicitors work on a strictly no win/no fee service at 20% (+VAT) that is only taken from the claim if we are successful. There are absolutely no up front costs whatsoever and in the unlikely event that we are not successful then there is nothing at all to pay so there is no risk whatsoever to you.

Our SRA solicitors and ourselves have over 20 years of experience in the claims market and will deal with everything on your behalf.

The original enquiry will only mean that we will then contact you to see if you would like to proceed and there is no commitment on your side.

What Is PPI

Payment Protection Insurance is a form of insurance designed to cover your repayments for a given period in the event of an accident, sickness or unemployment. If you've taken out a loan or had a credit or store card, it's likely you would have been offered Payment Protection Insurance with it. Typically PPI was mis-sold if:

  • • You didn't ask for the policy but it was sold to you anyway
  • • It wasn't made clear to you that the insurance was optional or a cheaper policy could be found elsewhere
  • • You weren't told about significant exclusions under the policy e.g. pre-existing medical condition(s)
  • • You had to pay for the PPI as a single payment and it wasn't made clear that the insurance cost would be added to the loan and you would be paying interest on it
  • • You bought PPI after 14 January 2005 and were advised to take it out but weren't issued with a 'demands and needs statement' to show why a particular policy had been recommended and its suitability for you.
  • • You had a Civil Service or Public Sector employment contract e.g. NHS, Police, Armed Forces, Fire Service, Education, Postal Service.

How It Works

Simply complete the form above to start the process, one of our solicitors will contact you.
The next step is where our solicitors gather all the relevant information from you about the accounts and the fees you have paying for the services associated.
This is stage when we assess your case and determine if there is a good chance of getting PPI reclaims based on the facts given by you.

FAQ

Check your agreements in detail, and look for any mention of an insurance payment. Look for words such as 'payment cover', 'protection plan', 'ASU', 'loan protection' 'loan care' or similar. If you find you've been paying for PPI you didn't know about, it's worth investigating
The FSA have found that some customers have been sold PPI even though they would never be eligible for the cover. This would be the case if at the time the policy was sold to you, you were:

  • • Unemployed
  • • Retired
  • • Employed on a temporary or contract basis
  • • Worked less than 16 hours a week
We operate on a No Win No Fee basis. If you do not get your refund, you do not pay us anything.
Yes you can! Don't worry if you no longer have the paperwork. Banks and other lenders are legally obliged to retain information relating to finance for a period of 6 years.