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Which? launches PPI compensation tool

Consumer body Which? is launching a new online PPI complaints tool to make it quicker and easier for people to claim back missold PPI.

The move forms part of Which?’s campaign for changes to the PPI market, which dates back to 1990.

The website, specifically aimed at policyholders looking for redress, asks the consumer to select a provider from a drop down menu, fill in their PPI and contact details and answer a series of questions about why their policy was missold.

The consumer is then given the option of sending an email directly to the provider or printing it off and posting it.

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