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What is a Plevin Claim and how does it affect me?

What is Plevin?

Plevin claims are directly related to Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), which was a type of personal cover on credit agreements such as loans, mortgages, and credit cards. The purpose of PPI was to provide repayment support in the event of cashflow issues.  

PPI was often mis-sold, with providers claiming hidden commission on each policy. The PPI deadline has passed. However, you can now claim back the lender’s commission; a claim often referred to as a Plevin claim (named for Susan Plevin, the first successful claimant) 

How much is a Plevin claim worth? 

Your Plevin claim could pay out as much as 80% of the original PPI Policy. Factors affecting your claim valuation may include contractual and compensatory interest (which may increase the offer value) and any instances of the lender having already paid back a % of the commission (which would decrease the offer value). 

 Whereas successful PPI claims were grounded in mis-selling, Plevin may be awarded even where mis-selling was not necessarily an issue.  

 We encourage you to check whether you may be entitled to claim your Plevin award. The check is free. 

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