Want to know the real reasons why the words ‘Payment Protection Insurance’ haunt the banking industry? See the facts in this handy jam packed infographic that lays it all bare. 87% commission on sales of Payment Protection Insurance… now you see why the bank staff were so keen to sell it. Find out some real stats in this eye-opening infographic by MissoldPPIClaimsCo.co.uk. Want to know about the biggest banking scandal of our age? Its worse than the banker’s bonuses – it’s the real numbers behind the UK’s PPI saga, and how it affects everyday people.
All the stats on PPI you could shake a stick at! And we’ve been nice, its an infographic so you won’t feel the need to fall asleep! Guaranteed – you will find out something in this infographic about the PPI scandal that you really couldn’t imagine! Yes, it covers the selling, the money, the claims, the lies, and the benefits of the UK’s biggest financial industry scandal in the modern era. 800,000 texts sent out a day to claim compensation for mis-sold PPI with them…. damn that company must have a huge phone bill, and an even bigger list of haters! Discover the facts, figures and surprises about PPI compensation claims and the companies that help make them in this infographic here.
Yes that PPI stuff is everywhere and its annoying… but did you know its actually a real contributor to an improvement in the UK’s economy. Highlighted here are the details of the money taken, claimed back, and the aftermath such as job creation arising from the PPI farce. They send out thousands of texts a day and we send thousands of complaints to the Information Commissioner’s Office. Those naughty PPI claims companies. But what are they really playing at and why – find out now! £25billion is the estimated total of all PPI refunds, and only a fraction has been reclaimed by customers. See for yourself the figures involved – the mis-selling, the claims, the consequent aftermath, the scandal! Do you turn the other way when you hear ‘PPI’? Well, this infographic will make you turn back – check out the real stats detailing the money, the mis-selling, and the downright flagrant advertising tactics of some of the most highly competitive PPI claims companies. It’ll make you shudder! Ever wondered why claims companies seem so keen to jump on the PPI compensation claims bandwagon? Check out the reals numbers involved in the PPI scandal, from bank staff mis-selling commissions to the billions of pounds claimed back in compensation – all in one place!
Yes we know you are annoyed at all those spammy PPI claims texts, so are we! MissoldPPIClaimsCo.co.uk never have and never will harass ordinary people. What does harass us, however, is knowing that a whopping £25billion is out there to claim back in compensation, yet many people have no idea what the reality behind PPI is, what the figures are and what the consequences are for you, me and the UK economy. Read all about it here! We here at MissoldPPIClaimsCo.co.uk hate on those spammy PPI claims companies just as much as you do! Can you believe one company sends a staggering 800,000 texts a day! Did you also know that £34billion worth of useless Payment Protection Insurance was actually sold by our trusted UK banks, and that their staff were on almost a 90% PPI sales commission? See the fact packed (try saying that three times quickly) infographic our geeks, ahem, I mean esteemed colleagues, put together. They will be sad if you don’t. Deciding to put aside the hard sell, we have decided to wow you instead with our genius. No, really. Take a look at this nifty infographic our team have developed –its all you could have ever wanted to know about PPI, numbers and money all rolled into one. You know you want to. It is definitely cheeky of the 25% of PPI compensation claimants who applied to Lloyd’s not to ever even have had a PPI policy, however see in our fine infographic here all the other stats and huge sums of money that will make you go ‘oh’, (or raise an eyebrow, such as the 87% sales commission some banking staff got for their mis-selling), or even pick up the phone in haste when you realise … no, you will just have to see for yourself.