Claims chaser Brunel Franklin is launching a new service which aims to get refunds for customers who believe they were mis-sold mortgages by mortgage brokers.
The firm says it has launched the service in response to customer demand.
Managing director Sally Bowyer says: “The FSA is clamping down on a number of mortgage brokers accused of mis-selling mortgages. In 2008 the FSA delivered a key message that it was concerned about some mortgage brokers selling contracts to potential home owners and either concealing details about the mortgage or encouraging them to inflate their income for the purpose of gaining a larger mortgage.
“This, together with recommendations to take interest only mortgages with no means to repay, are just some of the examples of mortgage mis-selling.”