PPI is insurance that pays out a sum of money to help cover your repayments on your loan, credit card or mortgage (product) in certain life events*. The actual events covered by your policy will depend upon the level of cover that you have purchased and you should always refer to your policy terms and conditions for confirmation of your level of cover and exclusions (what isn’t covered).
Halifax no longer sell Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), however if you are interested in purchasing protection for your existing credit agreements then please refer to the Money Advice Service for guidance.
*Existing Halifax PPI policies offer varying levels of cover including:
An easy way to understand if you have an active PPI policy is to check your monthly credit card account statements for the record of premiums you have paid. If you have a loan or mortgage agreement then you will need to refer to your annual account statement.
For the majority of PPI policies (excluding personal loans) you will have received an annual review of your insurance policy, this informs you with details of the cover and cost of your premiums for the previous year. In addition to these checks you may still hold the documentation given to you when you purchased PPI, such as a policy document or policy schedule.
If you are still unsure if you hold a PPI policy then there is a list of numbers below to help you with your enquiry.
If you would like to discuss registering a claim you should call the number provided within your PPI policy booklet to discuss your circumstances with our specialist claims handlers. We have provided a list of useful telephone numbers below to call if you can not locate your own paperwork.
Calls to 03 numbers are charged at no more than local rate.
|Total Mortgage Protection Plan (TMPP)||0345 600 1194|
|Mortgage Repayment Insurance (MRI)||0345 600 1191|
|Credit Card Repayment Cover (CCRC) Credit Care||0345 600 1191|
|Unsecured Personal Loan Repayment Cover (UPLRC)
Secured Personal Loan Repayment Cover (SPLRC)
Lifestages Repayment Cover
|0345 600 1191|
Overdraft Repayment Cover
|0345 600 1191|
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Credit Cards *
If your claim is successful your Credit Card policy will usually pay 20% of your outstanding Credit Card balance (calculated on the date your claim arises) each month for a maximum of 6 months per claim for accident, sickness and unemployment. In the event of your death or if you are critically ill then the insurance will pay off your outstanding credit card balance. It is important to get your claims assessed by one of our specialist claims handlers as there are varied levels of cover.
Your Mortgage policy will usually pay out a regular sum of money to cover your monthly mortgage repayments (or a percentage of them) for a fixed period of time, usually 12 or 24 months or until you return to work (whichever is earlier).
Your Loan policy will usually pay out a regular sum of money to cover your monthly loan repayments (or a percentage of them) for a fixed period of time – usually 12 months – or until you return to work (whichever is earlier).
*This information is only a guide to what benefit you may be able to claim, all claims will be assessed based upon your current policy terms and conditions.
If you have a concern about how your PPI Policy was sold, it's easy for you to contact us directly. Please see our PPI complaints page.