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Simple Forms, Simple Service!

This week we had a lovely testimonial from one of our PPI clients – you can write a review and read what other people think of our process on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HighStreetClaims/

Our client said:

“Received a random letter through the post from these guys. It was so easy to fill out that both my husband and I sent it off as a let’s see (we’d never have done it by ourselves). Four PPI refunds later and no hassle we are delighted!”

This client won £8,957.24 in total and has referred friends and family our way!

Call our Customer Service department on 0191 211 4120 option 1 or email info@highstreetclaims.com to receive our simple forms and being our simple process!

Posted 15-6-2016

High Street Claims now members of the Alliance of Claims Companies

We are delighted to announce that we are now members of the Alliance of Claims Companies, a prestigious collective committed to promoting fair outcomes for customers. Their ethos is “that regulators should act to protect consumers from bad practice in the financial services industry and promote consumer access to justice. We are therefore passionately committed to better application of the rules of authorisation to ensure that the industry operates in the best interests of the consumer at all times.” High Street Claims are fully committed to our role and adhere to the ACC ethos completely.

You can contact us for further information on our membership on 0191 211 4120 option 1 or visit the ACC website: http://allianceofclaimscompanies.co.uk/index.php

Posted 8-6-2016

Billions left to claim according to Financial Times

A recent article published in the Financial Times explains how there may still be £22bn left to claim on mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance policies. Read the article here:  http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ebb83a38-f7fa-11e5-96db-fc683b5e52db.html#axzz4Ayepm2bh

For more information or to make a claim speak to one of our experienced Claims Handlers call 0191 211 4120 option 1.

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Posted 8-6-2016

High Street Claims is now on Facebook

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Like our page at: https://www.facebook.com/HighStreetClaims for up to date information on all of our products and services. For anyone who has had a refund using our services, you can leave a review on this page and be put into a prize draw to win an iPad.

Posted 13-1-2016

Recent Timeshare Claims Successes

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As 2015 draws to a close High Street Claims can reflect on an excellent year. Our Timeshare Claims team has gone from strength-to-strength, with frequent successes for our clients.

Some of our recent wins include:

Mr & Mrs J £4,157.21
Mr & Mrs G £2,513.08
Mr & Mrs N £2,536.46
Mr & Mrs W £3,764.90
Mr B £1,704.16

If you have, or know anyone who has, timeshare and are looking for information on how to cancel a timeshare contract, or have been the victim of an incorrectly sold holiday home, the timeshare claims team can provide professional and impartial advice. Call us on 0191 211 4120 option 1, then option 2 or visit our dedicated Timeshare Claims website: http://timeshareclaims.com/.

Posted: 22-12-15

High Street Claims launch a Solar Panel Claims service

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Since our launch in November 2008, we have achieved a remarkable level of success for our customers in Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) Claims, and recently with Packaged Bank Account (PBA) Claims

Our Packaged Bank Account (PBA) Claims Department are now dealing with hundreds of new clients every month who feel they were mis sold additional but unrequired benefits on their Bank Account. We are expanding our High Street Claims team to cater for our increased case loads, and to ensure all clients receive our first class customer service no matter how much the claim is for – £300 or £15,000. We want to ensure each claim is dealt with individually and allocated a Claims Handler, whom clients can liaise with during the term of their claim.

Due to our successes, we are also launching a Solar Panel Claims service, as it is becoming apparent many consumers have been pressurised into purcahsing solar panel systems, sometimes costing up to £12,000 and are not receiving the benefits promised to them by the companies sales people.

For more information, click here