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HSBC PPI Claims Form download

If you have been mis-sold PPI by HSBC then don't delay make your PPI claim now. Thousands of people have succesfully made their own claim for HSBC PPI. If you think you have a valid and relaistic claim for how your Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Policy was sold by HSBC, then it's simple to make your PPI claim by yourself - you need to have no special skills or knowledege. Experts recommend that people dont need to use PPI claims companies for their PPI claims. Like many other HSBC have agreed to deal with individual claimants on the same level playing field as PPI claims made by a claims company.

HSBC PPI claims

You may be able to make a claim in respect of a loan, mortgage or bank account with HSBC if you had the foillowing products

If you were mis-sold any of these PPI policies by HSBC you may have a valid claim. You should not delay but get together all the relevant information and submit your claim immediately before the deadline.

Contact HSBC direct

The HSBC PPI claims address is:

PO BOX 6177

HSBC will handle your complaint in the same way whether you complain in person or via a claims management company and undertake to reach a decsion within 8 weeks of receiving your complaint.  You can use a simple HSBC PPI claim form with the information about your case. You should include, the date the policy started, the amount you have paid and are claiming back, interest on that amount and details of why you think HSBC you have a valid PPI claim. You can write your own letter or can use a standard HSBC PPI claim template form. If you are not happy with the final decision you can write a letter to the Financial Ombudsman. The address is - Financial Ombudsman Service, South Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR


Do any of the following apply to you?

- You were not told that PPI was optional
- You were put under undue pressure to sign up to the PPI agreement
- PPI was added to the loan or other financial deal without your knowing
- You were unemployed or self employed at the time that you took out PPI
- Your health at the time made you ineligble for some or all of the benefits under the PPI scheme