Mis-sold interest only mortgages

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You could be entitled to claim the compensation you deserve!


With 30+ years of financial services experience, we are perfectly positioned to review your situation and provide the best, impartial advice.

We offer a free, no obligation consultation and our expert claim handlers will talk you through everything in detail.

Our aim is to let you know immediately if you have a valid claim.

Frequently asked questions

Who are we?

My Mis Sold Mortgage work with a team of legal experts, who are dealing with thousands of claims like yours. Your claim will be assessed by one of our experts and if you qualify, you will then be passed to a panel of solicitors who will dedicate someone to your claim, so you always have someone to call.

What do I need to do?
Will claiming affect my mortgage?
What do I have to pay?
I don’t have my mortgage paperwork, does this matter?
What if I no longer own the property I mortgaged?
What if I own it with someone I no longer live with?

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What exactly is a
mis-sold mortgage?

Many thousands of home owners across Britain are now looking into possible mortgage mis-selling compensation due to being let down by negligent brokers or lenders.

If you have been provided with an unaffordable or inappropriate mortgage, after 31st October 2004 and before 2014 where there is little or no chance of you being able to pay your mortgage off at the end of its term, then it is possible you may have valid grounds to claim.

If you feel either the lender or broker breached one or more of the regulatory rules which govern the sale of mortgages (MCOB); you may have cause for a complaint or a claim for any losses you may have incurred to date that may affect the entire term of the mortgage.

Within FCA (MCOB) regulations and rules it states that brokers and lenders must ensure the mortgage is affordable for you, not only at the start of the mortgage, but throughout the term and even where the mortgage takes you into retirement. Many customers after paying years of interest only mortgages found that after their mortgage term had ended, they could not afford to repay the full loan amount, resulting in people losing their homes. This is due to the broker choosing a product which is financially better for themselves and not their clients.

Have you had an Interest only mortgage?

Have you had an Interest only mortgage?<br>

Its Not Too Late To Claim

Find out whether you are eligible to claim.

Interest-only mortgages:

Whilst initially this may seem like a more affordable and ‘cheaper’ option, over a period of time you will actually end paying considerably more. Your broker should’ve explained these terms to you and offered examples of the differences between Interest only vs Capital Repayment mortgages; as well as explaining you may have to switch anyway further down the line. 

A simple and streamlined
claims process.

  • Step 1

    You may be required to answer a few simple questions on our online questionnaire.

  • Step 2

    One of our experienced claim handlers will contact you for your free, no obligation claim evaluation.

  • Step 3

    An agreement will be made between you and our solicitor on a no win, no fee* basis giving them permission to act on your behalf.

  • Step 4

    Once your solicitor makes an agreement on your behalf, you will be awarded your compensation.

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No win. No fee

We will always be honest and up front with you. If you don’t win your case, we won’t charge you a penny!

High success rate

Historical figures gathered from our panel of approved solicitors show a large majority of our cases are successful.

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