Consumer Credit Law
Have you taken out a loan or credit agreement under
£25,000 in the last 6 years?
If you have, it may be that the loan/credit agreement is
The Consumer Credit Act 1974 requires lenders to advise
you of certain information before you sign for the loan.
If you are not informed about that information or if
certain information is missing from the loan/credit
agreement, it could be proved that the loan is
In addition, if you were sold a single premium Personal
Protection Insurance (PPI) policy there is a strong
possibility that it may have been mis-sold.
Robinsonís Solicitors act for a number of clients who are
making consumer credit act claims.
The loan/credit agreement could be challenged if:
- Certain important information is omitted or
incorrectly written into the agreement
- You are sold a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)
policy where you were given no choice but to take it out
- You were sold a PPI policy but it did not adequately
cover your own personal circumstances. For example you
may be self employed but the PPI policy does not pay out
to the self employed.
It is possible for you to pursue your own legal case to
recover your own compensation.
Alternatively you may feel that by instructing Robinsonís
Solicitors you will benefit from our expertise and
If you have taken out a loan or credit agreement why not
have our Solicitors look at the agreement to see whether it
is unenforceable or whether it has been mis-sold.
Robinsonís provide a FREE review of your potential claim.
If we feel you have reasonable prospects of success we will
pursue any claim on a NO WIN NO FEE basis!
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Your query will be dealt with by a Solicitor.