We are a professional claims management company. It is important to note that you can use your own legal representation to proceed with a claim through the Courts. As this is a legal claim it cannot be submitted to the Financial Ombudsman.


The assessment work we do is completely free-of-charge and you are under no obligation to proceed once we present our results. A one-off cancellation fee of £100+VAT is payable if you cancel after the cooling-off period but before we present our results. Should you wish to, our Solicitors work on a no win no fee basis (subject to exclusions) which may include Legal Expenses and cancellation charges for any claim cancelled after the 14 day cooling-off period. Our Solicitor Panel’s fees are 35% – 40% + VAT, on all successful claim(s). You will have the chance to review the Solicitor’s paperwork and fees once we complete our initial investigation. We only receive our fees from our legal partner if you choose to proceed with a claim.

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Speak to an Advisor

Tell them all the credit cards, loans and/or mortgages you had in the past. We will then send you the paperwork to sign.

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Claim evaluated

Your claim is then investigated by a member of our experienced Solicitor panel who will assess your case

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Accepted and Agreed

If your claim is accepted your Solicitor will work to negotiate the best possible cash settlement

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PPI-Plevin.Claims is a trading name of Blue Panda Finance Ltd  who are a professional claims management company with experience in PPI claims since 2014.


Should you choose to pursue a claim with any of our panel Solicitors, then you can be safe in the knowledge that all claims are done on a No-Win, No-Fee basis. Your Solicitor may charge you a cancellation fee if you cancel after the 14 day cooling-off period. If you decide to proceed with a claim through one of our legal partners and it is successful, Blue Panda Finance may receive an introductory fee.


So, what is ‘Plevin’?

When your bank or credit card provider sold PPI they did not disclose the commission they received. That may have meant that whilst you may have thought the premiums were for cover, a large percentage of it was actually commission paid to your bank or credit card provider for the sale of the PPI policy. Their failure to disclose commission may have created an unfair relationship. Following a Court ruling, known as Plevin, the full PPI premiums can be claimed back plus interest.


Depending on when it was that you originally put in your complaint with your Lender, they may not have considered this aspect of the complaint as they have to do now. This would mean that a previously rejected claim could now pay compensation that you are rightfully entitled to in light of the Plevin case.


A Plevin PPI Claim differs from a financial mis-selling Claim as the basis of the Claim is the potential unfair relationship created by the Lender’s failure to disclose commission. At this moment in time, the only way to make a Plevin PPI Claim(s) is through a litigated claims process, which may involve a firm of Solicitors making a Court Claim(s) against your Lender(s) on your behalf.