We offer the FREE CHECK to assess whether there is a claim to be made against your Finance Provider or Dealership.
This is done before you decide whether you wish to make a claim for any redress you may be entitled to.
This service is completely free of charge, and you are under no obligation to pursue a claim once this free check has been completed.
You can also cancel this free check at any time, at no cost, nor are you obliged to subsequently pursue any claim.
As part of the free check, we may contact the appropriate financial institution who sold you the finance to obtain copies of documentation relating to the agreement, in particular, whether there was a commission that was not disclosed to you.
Once we know which financial institutions you wish us to check, you will be asked to sign a separate Letter of Authority for each financial institution, which will enable us to contact them on your behalf to carry out the free check.
Please note that in some cases you may need to provide some additional documents to allow us to do this (e.g., proof of ID and address).
Once the free check is complete, we will contact you with the results.
If you wish to pursue a claim against the financial institution who sold you the agreement and did not disclose details of any commission paid, you can choose to do this yourself (at no cost).
Alternatively, you can choose to use the expertise of one of our partner law firms to assist you with your claim, in which case our partner law firm will send you directly their Terms and Conditions of business (or we will send it on their behalf) to read, sign and return to them. These Terms and Conditions will detail what fees our partner law firm will charge to pursue a claim on your behalf.
We also have out own in-house claims team and may offer their services to you as some law firms do not accept certain types of cases.
Finally, we reserve the right to choose not to process a free check. If we do not process the check, we will write to you to confirm this and provide you with information as to how you may look to find out yourself if an undisclosed commission was associated with the agreement sold to you.