RBS PPI Specialists – Why Us
We are PPI Claims Specialists specifically dealing with RBS PPI claim and that is the ultimate reason why we have setup this dedicated website to help customers like you claim back the money that you may be owed for RBS PPI claims. As a independent service owned and operated by the Brownstar Corporation we have vast experience and knowledge to discover when the lender is being fair with you regarding the claim. Claiming RBS PPI yourself will most likely result in a carefully worded response letter outlining the reason why your RBS claim has been rejected which will be sent rather swiftly. The truth of the matter is that RBS probably have not looked at the claim as long as they should and have swiftly dismissed the claim. In some cases potential high value customers who have been paying PPI are contacted by RBS and are advised that they were sold PPI in the past and that they will automatically investigate the case.  This may sound great but in reality all they want to do is swiftly assess the case  and send you a rejection letter stopping your from talking to us or even escalating the matter with the regulator. So by the time you realise what they have done your potential claim is time barred and your compensation is lost forever. We are familiar with all these unethical practices and look beyond that and ensure that your case is given the time and effort it deserves and thus given the best possible chance of success. We are completely independent from RBS and are not affiliated with the bank in any way. As we are a independent RBS PPI service we will try our utmost to ensure that your claim has the best possible chance of success.

Think carefully have you taken a RBS Loan, Credit Card, or a RBS Mortgage between 1990 to 2010 and strongly believe that you may have been paying PPI on this borrowing then please contact us.

We promise to investigate and research each claim thoroughly and detailed to establish if you were paying PPI, we never rush and make sure that each and every claim is assessed properly. If we uncover PPI on any of your borrowing we work with you and compile a detailed complaint file and send all our evidence to RBS PPI Claims division. Please remember that PPI claims need to be handled correctly and if they are not they will be rejected and thus invalidate your claim. So let us help you do it right the first time and get back the money that you maybe owed. We do not charge any upfront fees, we work on a no win no fee basis meaning that if we fail to win your case you have nothing to pay. However if we win all you pay is 18% + Vat.

It we discover that you were mis sold PPI we will ensure that ALL your premiums are refunded and promise that we will get back 8% compensation on all the premiums paid until the settlement date.

This may not seem a lot but you will be surprised the total settlement can be quite substantial especially for RBS Credit Card PPI and RBS Loan PPI claims.

Our average RBS PPI claims take only 6-8 weeks you, so could get your money back very quickly and spend it as you wish. If your claim is rejected our dedicated PPI rejected claims team will liaise with the Ombudsman and work with them to try and get your claim upheld. Did we mention that our RBS PPI claim success rate is 96%, with an excellent chance like that, can you really afford not to contact us.

It is your money let us help you claim it back the right way.

Contact us now and one of our RBS PPI specialists will help you with your claim.

RBS PPI Query Form

Please fill out this PPI Claim query and one of our friendly PPI specialists will contact you shortly. Please ensure you enter your contact details correctly.

  • Please provide your email address

  • Please provide your CURRENT address including Post Code.
  • Please provide all information regarding your querying including all the lender(s) and the product(s) that you would like us to investigate for PPI. Eg Product class i.e. Loan /Mortgage or Credit Card and the amount borrowed for each product.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.