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Mis-sold Motorbike Finance

Have you bought a motorbike on finance, PCP or HP?

If so you may be able to claim back motorbike compensation on a no win no fee due to finding from a FCA investigation that exposed secret hidden commission structure 

common ways how you can be mis-sold your motorbike finance.

  • Broker receives commission, which is kept a secret.
  • Unreasonable high interest rates.
  • Contract are rarely adequately explained.
  • Customer’s are mis-led with numbers.

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No Win No Fee Motorbike Finance claim,

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Do you qualify for a motorbike claim

Mis sold Motorbike Annual Millage

Are you being orver charged on your motorbike aunual mileage, was you told how many miles you could use each year by the motorbike dealer

Who is responsible for Damage

When taking out the motorbike finance was it explained to you who would be responsible for the damage taken to the motorbike?

Was the motorbike agreement fully explained

Do you feel that the motorobile salesman fully expleand the agreement tou you, are you being overchred for services you knew nothing of

Motorbike hidden commission

Were you informed by the motorbike dealership or salesman that commission would be earned on this type of agreement

Mis-selling of Motorbike finance

Motorbike finance in the UK may have been mis-sold to consumers due to the hidden commissions that were received by lenders. A recent study has shown that these secret payments may have resulted in consumers being given loans that they couldn’t afford, or being put into deals that were not in their best interests. If you have taken out motorbike finance in the UK in the last few years, it is important to check and see if you were affected by this. Contact a lawyer today to find out more about your options.

How to check if i was mis-sold my motorbike finance

If you are concerned that you may have been mis-sold your motorbike finance, there are a few things that you can do. First, check your loan agreement to see if there is any mention of commission payments. If not, then it is likely that you were affected by this issue.

However, if you see that there are commission payments mentioned, then you should be ok as the consumer credit of 1974 states that lenders should not conceal any payments or commissions with the finance agreement.

Next, you can contact the lender directly and ask them about the commission payments. If they were not disclosed to you at the time of taking out the loan, then this is a clear case of mis-selling. The lender should refund any commissions that they received, and may also be liable for other damages.

Finally, you can speak to a lawyer about your case. They will be able to advise you on whether or not you have a claim and can help you take action against the lender if necessary.

Here at mis-sold car finance, we can help supply a solicitor on a no-win-no-fee basics

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