Kent, London (PRWEB) March 20, 2009
Leading debt management company Project Zero take on new offices in Kent to tackle the problem of Mis Sold PPI (Payment Protection Insurance) on loans, finance and credit cards.
Consumers nationally have been overwhelming the available resources of the Project Zero team for over 18 months, a Project Zero spokesperson "Jonathan Scott" said they can not believe the amount of consumers who have been mis sold to.
Project Zero expect to have 25 offices throughout England before the end of 2009 and already have offices in Stockton on Tees , Hull , Halifax and now the newest addition Kent.
Formed in June 2007 Project Zero offer a unique service to clients who think they may have been miss sold Payment Protection Insurance, as well as credit agreements governed by the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
Jonathan Scott group Director said today "If anyone has a loan, HP Agreement, Car finance or a credit card then we can check that they comply with the regulations laid down in the Consumer Credit Act. If there are breaches and incorrect calculations then the agreement may not be enforceable so the borrower may be able to stop payments on their loans, finance and credit card agreements".
Project Zero have grown from strength to strength and have undergone some major changes in their short life with recent investment in bespoke claim management software and a huge commitment to customer satisfaction and customer care.
Should you think you may have been mis sold any loans, PPI or credit card agreements then they will write to your lender on your behalf to obtain your credit card or loan agreement. Once the loan or credit card agreement is received we will examine the document to see that it's compliant with the relevant legislation. If they believe that you have a strong case they will pass your case to one of their panel solicitors who will litigate on your behalf.
One of the major differences with Project Zero is the fact that on a loan or PPI claim the service is 100% free so win or lose you don't pay a penny.