Reclaim PPI From Mint Credit Cards
Mint Credit Cards And PPI
If you have ever had a loan or credit card with Mint, then there is a considerable chance that you may have been mis-sold PPI. Mint is one of the trading names of RBS. In February 2017, RBS as a group announced that their overall provisions to meet the cost of mis-sold PPI, had risen to a massive £4.9 billion.
Mint as a brand was launched in 2003 and replaced the RBS group's former Advantage Card, which had operated from the mid 90's. All existing Advantage Card holders were automatically transferred to the new Mint brand. Advantage aggressively sold PPI as part of their credit card offering. This did not change with the advent of the rebranding. As Mint, RBS continued to to push the sales of PPI on their credit card and also on the personal loans that they started to sell.
Mint has not been the success story that RBS might have hoped for and it no longer issues new credit cards or offers loans under the brand, although it continues to service thousands of credit cards with a great many cardholders still paying PPI.
At Beat the Banks we have had many successes with claims for mis-sold PPI against Mint. Our success record against against them is excellent, simply because of the unique way we submit our claims.
RBS Group simply refuse to supply full customer information under the terms of a Subject Access Request under the Data Protection Act 1998. This means virtually every claims company is happy to put in a claim for mis-sold PPI based on the briefest of facts. For example the start and end dates of the loan or credit card and the account number. At Beat the Banks we don't guess and that's why we simply refuse to accept this minimal information from the bank and why we insist on recovering your full lending file from the lender, to include copies of original loan agreements, card applications and statements. This allows us to be 100% accurate and give each and every Mint Account claim for mis-sold PPI, the very best chance.
If you have had a Mint Credit Card or loan with PPI and would like to know more about how the Beat the Banks team can help you reclaim the compensation that's rightfully yours, please call 01382 200474 or for free on 0800 193 1234.
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