We recently wrote to you as our records show that you purchased a PPI policy. We’ve identified problems with the sale of some PPI policies, which may mean we’ve mis-sold you PPI – but this will depend on your individual circumstances.
If you think we may have mis-sold you PPI, or you have been affected by any of the problems identified in the letter we sent you, you should raise a complaint and quote the reference number on your letter.
If you wish to raise a complaint about any other Barclays policies where we have not written to you, you can follow our How do I make a PPI complaint process.
Using our Online PPI form to submit your PPI complaint is the quickest way to submit your complaint to us.
The PPI form will take around 30 minutes to complete. You can’t save your progress on the form so you’ll need to complete it in one go.
You’ll need information about your PPI, including the policy or account number. Find out more on what information you will need to provide.
1. What is PPI?
2. How can I check if I have PPI?
3. How do I make a PPI complaint?
4. What information do I need to provide?
5. What happens next?
6. How do I get an update?
7. When will I get a PPI refund?
8. What if I’m still not happy?
Still have a question? Contact us to ask a specific question: