Dodgy Brokers Offers No-Win No Fee Assistance for Mis-Sold Mortgage Claims
For those in the UK struggling with mortgage payments, DodgyBrokers.com helps clients identify their eligibility for making a compensation claim for mis-sold mortgages and Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).
Manchester, England (I-Newswire) March 13, 2013 - As global economic turmoil unfolds, issues originating from irresponsible lending have begun to surface. In a recent investigation from the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the report has revealed that questionable mortgage lending practices have occurred within the lending sector. Some of these loans can be categorized as being "unsuitable" for the home owner. As a result, home owners may be struggling to meet payments.
Offering assistance in determining mis-sold mortgages, Dodgy Brokers helps its clients understand if they are a victim and should be compensated for the losses suffered. One of the tools available from Dodgy Brokers is its calculator that helps analyze how much mortgage may have cost the home owner.
"We have the experience to identify if you were possibly mis-sold your mortgage. Our helpful calculator can work out what a particular mis-selling has cost you," explains Dodgy Brokers. "We'll ensure you get back the maximum amount possible and work with a 'no win no fee' basis," the company adds.
Dodgy Brokers is a company that specialises in assisting individuals and businesses in the UK to make claims for compensation for mis-sold mortgages and other financial products that have been mis-sold to them by dodgy mortgage brokers, banks and other institutions.
As well as helping consumers claim compensation for the mortgage mis-selling, Dodgy Brokers can also assist those who have been mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI).
PPI is insurance that covers and protects the monthly loan payment in the event of unemployment, retirement, incapacitated and any other unpredictable circumstances that may lead to the inability to sustain the monthly payments to a loan provider.
At its website, DodgyBrokers.com, visitors who have purchased Payment Protection Insurance can review a checklist to help determine the validity of their PPI claims. The website will gather information about the consumer's PPI policy, inability to claim the insurance, eligibilities under the PPI policy, unknown costs added to the insurance contract and the possible addition of the PPI policy to the monthly payment without actually formally informing the policyholders.
"PPI claimants should first ensure that they have a PPI policy by reviewing their bank, mortgage, or credit card statements to see if they have been paying for PPI since the beginning," suggests Dodgy Brokers. "It's good practice to provide as much information as possible, in order to best determine eligibility."
To learn more about the mis-sold mortgages and Payment Protection Insurance claims, please visit Dodgy Brokers at http://dodgybrokers.com for details.
Dodgy Brokers consists of a team of specialists with a mission to help individuals determine their e More..ligibility for mis-sold mortgage and Payment Protection Insurance claims. Based in the United Kingdom, the company handles each claim with a ‘no-win, no-fee’ policy and will work with each client to ensure they receive the maximum amount for compensation.Less..
Published On:March 13, 2013
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