Fees & Charges

Absolutely No Upfront Cost

Gladstone Brookes can help you to get back the money you are owed with as little hassle to you as possible. We’ll handle your case every step of the way, all the while keeping you up to date with the progress of your claim. What’s more, we’ll do so with no upfront fees or costs.

Our fee of 25% (+ VAT) of any payment received is only payable if your claim is successful. That means if you don’t win, you don’t pay a penny. What have you got to lose?

Our Success

Our No Win, No Fee† service has been successful for over 250,000 clients and responsible for recovering over £597m of mis-sold PPI. In cases where Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) was attached to the financial agreement, we have a 91% successful reclaim rate for our clients.

Our fees are subject to Regulatory Change and will be charged at the prevailing maximum rate.

For more information on how can we help and to get your PPI claim started, view our claim page.

What will I be claiming for?

At Gladstone Brookes we fight your corner & recover what’s owed to you, including:

  • The full cost of the Payment Protection Insurance policy
  • Any interest paid the PPI policy
  • A further 8% interest in compensation for the inconvenience caused to you

How long will it take?

How long your claim takes will depend upon your individual case, however most claims are settled in just 8-16 weeks.

How will I receive my PPI compensation?

This will depend on your circumstances as the way your damages are paid to you depends upon whether your loan is still active or not.

What if I’m still paying my loan?

If you are still paying your loan back, you will receive a lump sum of any payments made to date on the policy. What’s more the remaining loan payments will then be reduced accordingly, meaning your monthly repayments will be lower!

I’ve paid off my loan or credit card, can I still claim?

Yes you can! If you have paid off your loan, you will receive your PPI refund in a lump sum, most likely in the form of a cheque from the lender.