Many people who bought a PPI policy also paid commission. If you made a successful claim for mis-sold PPI you will have got your commission back, if your claim was not successful you may still be able to claim. This type of claim is sometimes called a ‘Plevin’ claim.
Get in touch today – you may have an unfair commissions claim to make.
This refers to new grounds for getting compensation around your PPI. In 2014 a Supreme Court judgement ruled that you can now claim if the person who sold you the PPI policy earned a high level of commission and this wasn’t made clear to you.
This means that, subject to when your credit agreement was in force, you may be able to make a claim if your lender earned a high level of commission when your PPI policy was sold and you weren’t told about it.
Yes it does. Even if your PPI policy was sold to you correctly, if a high commission was earnt, then you could still be able to pursue a claim.
We will conduct searches for you to see if you have grounds for a Plevin complaint. This service is completely free of charge and there is no obligation to continue with our services after the free check is completed. If you decide to proceed, we will talk you through your options for making a claim, including any fees that will be charged.
No. But don’t worry, any previously undisclosed commission earnt would have been included in the PPI refund you received. So you won’t have lost out.
The FCA deadline is 29th August 2019 for all new PPI complaints made through a Claims Management Company, or direct from you. This also includes complaints around an undisclosed commission.
The value of the claim will depend on what you paid in the first place. If you successfully make a claim either by yourself or via Stanton Fisher, you will get back some of the commission paid. However, here at Stanton Fisher we can refer you to one of our panel of solicitors who are able to claim back ALL the commission you paid.
Please note, if you want to deal directly with the company who sold you the PPI, you can bring a claim to Court yourself, or instruct a solicitor to operate on your behalf.