PRLog - Dec. 12, 2012 - Wigan, Lancashire -- The website, hardwickmissoldmortgages.co.uk, features advice across a number of mortgage types, industry news and a specialist ‘Ask The Expert’ section for personal and bespoke questions to which a Hardwick mortgage consultant will reply.
The Lancashire-based company hope the new site will offer the required support for consumers who have been taken advantage of by mortgage providers since 2004 and vow to fight their corner in order to receive what they are rightfully entitled to.
“It’s clear from the enquiries we’ve already received that there is great unrest towards the banks and mortgage providers and we felt a dedicated website would help people understand their options with a potential mis-sold mortgage claim,” said managing director Scott Sheedy.
“We believe many people in the UK are victims of mortgage mis-selling and the total value of claims could come close to that of PPI."
The website launch coincides with new FSA regulations which condemned mortgage mis-selling tactics employed by banks and brokers in recent years.
“We recognise that many lenders are now using a far more sensible set of lending criteria than before, but it is important that these common sense principles are hard-wired into the system to protect borrowers,” said Martin Wheatley, managing director of the FSA.
“We want borrowers to feel confident that poor practices of the past, which led to hardship and anxiety, are not repeated.”
For more information on mortgage mis-selling, visit hardwickmissoldmortgages.co.uk
ABOUT HARDWICK FINANCIAL
Hardwick Financial Solutions Ltd cater for clients with complex, historical cases and also help in claiming back money that is owed to them – which in many cases is news to the client themselves.
They act for clients who have been hampered by mortgage mis-selling and fight their corner so they receive what they are rightfully entitled to.
They have long been recognised as one of the leading Claims Management/Financial Solutions practices in the UK and are highly regarded for their depth of knowledge and breadth of experience.