Take Action Now: Homeowners with an interest only mortgage could be owed thousands.

What’s happening?..
1.9 Million people have been led into an interest only mortgage
• Lenders and brokers may have mis-sold mortgages to thousands of customers
• Many of the people affected by this have no idea they could be due compensation                                   • Nearly 2 Million have been left repaying a mortgage that was inappropriate and unaffordable                 • Interest only mortgages holders are being refunded thousands of pounds  

Am I Affected?

If you have taken out an interest only mortgage, after 31 October 2004, then there is a possibility that the mortgage was mis-sold, and you could be due a refund.

Lenders and brokers were meant to follow rules that ensured the mortgages they sold were affordable to their customers, not only at the time of sale, but for the whole term of the mortgage, even into retirement.

If you currently have, or have had, an interest only mortgage, this is an issue that could affect you and it is advised that you find out whether your mortgage was mis-sold and how much compensation you could be due.

 

“The City regulator has sounded an alarm about the “significant numbers” of people with interest-only mortgages”

The Guardian, January 2018

How Do I Get My Refund?

It is very likely that if you are affected by this, you currently don’t know whether your mortgage was mis-sold, or how much compensation you are due.

Don’t worry, most people with interest only mortgages are in the same situation…

Some companies are now offering a free check into the circumstances surrounding your mortgage, and will help establish whether it was mis-sold and the value of any refund.

It doesn’t matter if you no longer own the house, or no longer live with joint mortgage holder, you still have a case and could be due tens of thousands of pounds.

Remember… If you don’t check, you may miss your chance for a refund.

ADVERTORIAL

What’s happening?..
1.9 Million people have been led into an interest only mortgage
• Lenders and brokers may have mis-sold mortgages to thousands of customers
• Many of the people affected by this have no idea they could be due compensation                       • Nearly 2 Million have been left repaying a mortgage that was inappropriate and unaffordable                                                                     • Interest only mortgages holders are being refunded thousands of pounds  

Am I Affected?

If you have taken out an interest only mortgage, after 31 October 2004, then there is a possibility that the mortgage was mis-sold, and you could be due a refund.

Lenders and brokers were meant to follow rules that ensured the mortgages they sold were affordable to their customers, not only at the time of sale, but for the whole term of the mortgage, even into retirement.

If you currently have, or have had, an interest only mortgage, this is an issue that could affect you and it is advised that you find out whether your mortgage was mis-sold and how much compensation you could be due.

 

“The City regulator has sounded an alarm about the “significant numbers” of people with interest-only mortgages”

The Guardian, January 2018

How Do I Get My Refund?

It is very likely that if you are affected by this, you currently don’t know whether your mortgage was mis-sold, or how much compensation you are due.

Don’t worry, most people with interest only mortgages are in the same situation…

Some companies are now offering a free check into the circumstances surrounding your mortgage, and will help establish whether it was mis-sold and the value of any refund.

It doesn’t matter if you no longer own the house, or no longer live with joint mortgage holder, you still have a case and could be due tens of thousands of pounds.

Remember… If you don’t check, you may miss your chance for a refund.

ADVERTORIAL

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HAVE YOU TAKEN OUT AN INTEREST ONLY MORTGAGE SINCE 31 OCT 2004?

 

YES, HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE?

What’s happening?..
• At least £40.4 billion has been set aside for PPI refunds
• Potentially millions of Egg customers were mis-sold PPI
• Egg customers are potentially missing 
their chance to claim what is rightfully theirs

How do I find out if I’m due a refund?
We have all heard stories about companies calling out to initiate claims, that isn't how everyone works, far from it…

Some claim management companies now offer a Free Check for PPI*, to help establish whether you were paying PPI or not.

Remember…If you don’t check, you will miss your chance for a refund.

I'M NOT SURE, CAN I FIND OUT?NO, I HAVEN’T

Take Action Now: Homeowners with an interest only mortgage could be owed thousands.

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