Claims Management Compare CMCs

LegalBeagles helps you compare CMCs price and ratings of claims management companies that offer to help reclaim PPI (Payment Protection Insurance) or other financial products.

If you have a problem with a Claims Management Company you can post on our consumer forum for help.  To make a formal complaint you should complain to the CMC in the first instance, and if there has been no resolution within 8 weeks you can take your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman.

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Financial Ombudsman Service

The Financial Ombudsman is a free service.Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £0.

Resolver – Reclaim PPI – Free Service

If you want to complain about a problem that relates to PPI, you can use Resolver to make the process simpler. Whether you want to find out your rights, who to contact about your issue, or simply raise your complaint, Resolver will help you find the answer. Type the name…

Free!

HSBC – PPI Claims

If you had PPI with HSBC products and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Lloyds Bank – PPI Reclaim –

If you had PPI with Lloyds products and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

MBNA – PPI Reclaim –

If you had PPI with MBNA products and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Natwest -PPI Reclaim –

If you had PPI with Natwest products and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Santander – PPI Reclaim –

If you had PPI with Santander products and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Capital One – PPI Reclaim –

If you had PPI with your Capital One credit card and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Bank of Scotland – PPI Reclaim

If you had PPI with the Bank of Scotland and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

Barclaycard – PPI Reclaim

If you had PPI with Barclaycard and believe you were mis-sold - you can make a complaint directly to them.

Free!

EMCAS – EMC Advisory Services

33% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £396This firm is authorised by the MOJ with CONDITIONS - Check here

£396.00

Wefightanyclaim

17.5% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank – you would pay the firm £210.

£210.00

PPI Claims – Reclaims4U (UK) Ltd

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00

Actionrefunds Limited

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00

Stake Your Claim Limited

No Longer Trading

12% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £144The companies website is currently offline. This may mean they are no longer operating although their MOJ licence is still valid.  Payplan ( linked to Stake Your Claim) have said they no longer offer PPI claims through Stake your Claim"We no longer offer the service of claiming back PPI through our Associated

£144.00

Ashley Howard Limited

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00

Bluestoneclaims Limited

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00

Claim Power / Brownstar

18%

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £180

£180.00

Hall and Hanley Ltd

29% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £348

£348.00

Reclaim Bank Charges / RYM / Dartana Ltd

NO LONGER OPERATING

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £250

£250.00

The Legal Consultancy Ltd

30% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £360

£360.00

Hardwick Financial Solutions – Claims2Gain

30% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £360

£360.00

Active Claim Specialists Limited

25% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00
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Refund PPI Claims Ltd

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00

Duma Solutions / Reclaim Specialists

15% +VAT

Example: If your PPI claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £180

£180.00

Claimline Legal UK Limited

12.5% +VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £150

£150.00
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Karmen Funding Limited

36%

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £360

£360.00
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Rapid Reclaims Ltd

25% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £300

£300.00
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Money Shop Direct Limited

30% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £360

£360.00
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Assist Financial Management Ltd

30% + VAT

Example: If your claim succeeded and you were refunded £1000 by your lender/bank you would pay the firm £360

£360.00


We don’t believe you need to use the services of a claims management company to reclaim PPI, however we understand that many people prefer to, and we’d like to ensure consumers are fully informed before making a decision.

You can read our guide on reclaiming PPI yourself here.  You can leave reviews on companies you have used in the past to assist other consumers who may be looking for a reputable company.

Consumers should make sure the claims handling company is registered with the Ministry of Justice which they can check at www.claimsregulation.gov.uk/search.aspx.

Always do your RESEARCH

  • Read the Terms and Conditions
  • Check the Complaints Procedure
  • Check the Fees and Charges
  • Check the company is authorised by the Ministry of Justice
  • Check any trading names
  • Read other customer’s reviews

Our listings contain all this information in one place.

Consumers should make sure the claims handling company is registered with the Ministry of Justice which they can check at www.claimsregulation.gov.uk/search.aspx.

Consumers should also be aware that while some companies will reimburse your fees if the claim is unsuccessful (no win – no fee), many will not, and should watch out for this in the fee description.

In short, consumers should be wary of any company that doesn’t qualify its claims and make it clear that the success of any attempt to write off your debt is entirely dependent on your situation.

In particular, consumers should be sceptical of those that point to a 100% or even 70-80% success rates.

Claims companies charge between 20% and 50% of any payment you might receive.

Prices include VAT and charges where applicable. The quoted price is the total amount* you will be expected to pay should you obtain a refund from your lender/bank of £1000. We would advise extreme caution if you are considering using a company that charges an up-front fee.

Complaining about poor service

Complain to the Legal Ombudsman if you’re unhappy with the service you’ve received from a claims company, eg the results of your claim or the fees they’ve charged you.

  • Ask the claims company for a copy of their complaints procedure or check their website.
  • Contact the claims company with your complaint so they have a chance to put things right.
  • Keep a record of your complaint, eg details about any communication between you and the claims company.
  • Contact the Legal Ombudsman if your claims company doesn’t resolve your complaint in 8 weeks.

Contact the Legal Ombudsman
[email protected]
Telephone: 0300 555 0333
Minicom: 0300 555 1777
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm


Complaining about poor conduct

Complain to the Claims Management Regulator (CMR) if you’re unhappy with the conduct of a claims company.

Poor conduct could include:

CMR can’t pay compensation or order a claims management company to compensate you, even if you’ve received poor service.

You’ll be referred to the Legal Ombudsman if your complaint is about poor service.

Contact the Claims Management Regulator

[email protected]
Telephone: 0333 200 0110
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

Claims Management Regulation Unit
Monitoring and Compliance Office
57-60 High Street
Burton on Trent
Staffordshire
DE14 1JS

You can also can fill in a complaint form and email or post it to the CMR.
Download ‘CMR conduct report form’ (DOC, 43KB)

Search the list of authorised claims management companies (CMCs) to check a claims company’s registration

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Two years ago the Legal Ombudsman opened its doors to complaints about claims management companies (CMCs) from the public. Use of the service quickly gathered momentum with approximately 23,000 consumer contacts in Year 1 and approximately 32,000 in Year 2. To date, the Legal Ombudsman has accepted 4,683 complaints for ...
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Latest Companies Under Investigation by the MOJ

16/06/2017 Global Consumer Leads Limited Under Investigation
07/06/2017 Horizon Direct Claims Limited Under Investigation
01/06/2017 123-Refund Limited Under Investigation
24/05/2017 Minotaur Claims Management Limited Under Investigation
28/04/2017 Demirtas Finance Ltd Under Investigation
24/04/2017 Yourclaimlawyer Ltd Under Investigation
05/04/2017 ClaimFree.co.uk Limited Under Investigation
04/04/2017 Fresh Contacts Ltd Under Investigation
03/04/2017 Hardwick Financial Solutions Ltd Under Investigation
23/03/2017 Mis-Sold Shares Limited Under Investigation

Latest Enforcement Action taken by the MOJ

04/05/2017 Your Money Rights Limited Authorisation Cancelled
10/04/2017 Barrington Claims Limited Authorisation Cancelled
07/04/2017 TDP Direct Marketing Limited Financial Penalty
13/03/2017 Stevenson Drake Ltd Financial Penalty
10/03/2017 Help Your Claim Limited Financial Penalty
20/02/2017 Zebra Claims Limited Financial Penalty
01/02/2017 Harringtons Advisory Limited Cancellation stayed pending appeal
23/01/2017 Crystal Legal Services Limited Undertakings Agreed
29/12/2016 MG Financial Limited Financial Penalty
14/12/2016 Theclaimteam.com Ltd Authorisation Varied

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