Have you ever had a loan or credit card with Reliance Mutual?
You could be owed £1,000s in Reliance Mutual PPI compensation if you were mis-sold.
Many people have been mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) by
misinformed about their mortgage, loan or credit card, some
Reliance Mutual that their application for a loan/mortgage/credit card would be
rejected if they didn't take out
Reliance Mutual PPI.
Reliance Mutual PPI was mis-sold as various different Products
Have you ever had any of the following:
Reliance Mutual Loan Insurance
Reliance Mutual Accident and Sickness Insurance
Reliance Mutual Credit Cards Repayment Protection Insurance
Reliance Mutual Mortgage Protection Insurance
Have Reliance Mutual mis-sold you PPI?
You may have been mis-sold PPI by Reliance Mutual if any of the following is relevant to you:
Reliance Mutual PPI was added to my loan/credit card/mortgage without my knowledge.
- I was not aware that the PPI policy was optional and
Reliance Mutual did not inform me of this.
- I had pre-existing PPI cover elsewhere and
Reliance Mutual did not enquire about this.
Reliance Mutual did not fully explain the cost of PPI to me.
Reliance Mutual did not tell me that part of my PPI may have been paid as commission to the bank/lender/broker.
Reliance Mutual PPI was added to my loan/credit card/mortgage without them fully explaining why.
- I was led to believe / I was told by
Reliance Mutual that if I didn't take PPI my application would be refused.
Reliance Mutual did not advise me that I could cancel the PPI policy within the cooling off period without penalty.
- I felt pressured by
Reliance Mutual to take out PPI.
If any of the above statements are relevant, you could be entitled to:
- A full refund of premiums paid from
- A full refund of any interest charged.
- Compensation interest at 8% per annum on the above sums.