Was your packaged bank account mis-sold?

Since August 2016, we have reclaimed over £15million for our clients in mis-sold packaged bank account claims.

If you feel your packaged bank account may not have been sold to you correctly, Churchill Sloan could help you check if your account was mis-sold and claim back your money on your behalf.

Start your PBA Claim today by filling in the form or calling 0800 988 65490800 988 6549.

Start Your PBA Claim

Simply enter a few details to get started

Start Your PBA Claim

Simply enter a few details to get started

Why choose Churchill Sloan?

4.5 out of 5 Independent service rating
£1,300 Average offer per case±
£15 Million Recovered for our clients
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How it works

Get in touch

Call us on 0800 988 6549 or fill in the form and we’ll call you back to take some further details about your Packaged Bank Account.

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Return documents

We’ll send you a claim pack to read, sign and return. Once we receive your signed claim pack, we can review your claim.

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We will challenge your bank if we believe you have been mis-sold. If successful we aim to obtain a full refund of fees paid for your account plus interest.

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What is a PBA?

A packaged bank account is one for which you pay a monthly fee, which is fine if you are paying for services you want and need. They are available from all the high street banks under a variety of different names, but essentially they all offer a series of benefits as well as looking after your money. Prices vary, but the average cost is between £5 and £25 a month.

However, tens of thousands of people have discovered they have been mis-sold their account because they are paying for something they don’t need, didn’t ask for or could not claim on.

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Could you qualify for a PBA claim?

PBA Claims

Packaged bank accounts can be mis-sold for many reasons:

  • Were you misled or given false information?
  • Did you feel pressured into opening the account?
  • Unaware of the upgrade until the fee was applied?
  • Upgraded without your knowledge and/or consent?
  • Told you had to upgrade to gain access to credit facilities?

If any of the above applies to you, then you may have been mis-sold and could be entitled to a refund.

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Money Moments

Round 1 Winner

Congratulations to Michala – who’s heart-warming story made her a triple-winner in Round 1 of our Money Moments competition!

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Money Moments Winner – Michala Benton

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PBA Claims Company

Churchill Sloan is a Claims Management Company who handles complaints about banks for the potential mis-selling of Packaged Bank Accounts. We continually strive to provide the best level of service to our clients.

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