Audi PCP Finance Claims

Have you bought a new or used Audi on finance in the last ten years? You may be entitled to claim compensation if your Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) car finance was mis-sold in any way.

At Hayes Connor, our experts are standing by to advise anyone who is looking for fair compensation for Audi PCP finance claims. If you believe that you have been mis-sold Audi car finance, we will be able to assess your case during a free initial consultation. Here, our experts can advise whether you are able to bring a claim forward and the level of compensation you could be entitled to.

If you decide that you would like to continue with a claim, our experienced team can guide you through the entire process. This means that there will be no additional bother or stress for you when accessing the compensation you deserve.

Not sure whether you were mis-sold Audi car finance? Take a look at our simple guide: ‘How to know if you are owed mis sold Audi PCP compensation’.

Start an Audi PCP finance claim today

Think you are owed mis-sold Audi car finance compensation? Fill in our simple, secure online claim form and our team will be in touch shortly to let you know if we can help.

To speak to a member of our team about what to do if you believe that you have been mis-sold car finance by an Audi dealer or broker, please call us on 0330 041 5137.

Why make an Audi PCP claim with Hayes Connor?

Hayes Connor has a large team of dedicated claims specialists who have many years of combined experience helping clients to get compensation in complex situations. Our experts are supporting clients who have been affected by the mis sold PCP finances scandal. We have specialist claims expertise which we put to use supporting our clients so they achieve the best possible results for Audi PCP claims.

We appreciate that it can be incredibly upsetting and frustrating to learn that you have been misled or scammed, especially where it has led to substantial financial losses. When you work with our team to address instances of mis-sold car finance, we will strive to keep the claims process as straightforward and stress-free as possible, reducing the potential strain on you.

Our compensation claims experts have an excellent track record of securing maximum compensation for our clients.

If you believe that you have been mis-sold car finance, you will have the opportunity to take advantage of our free assessment to find out if you are owned compensation and how much. From here, there is no pressure to move ahead with a claim. The decision about what happens next will be entirely up to you.

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How to claim mis sold Audi PCP compensation

The basic process for mis-sold Audi PCP claims with Hayes Connor is as follows:

  • Fill out our secure online claim form or call us on 0330 041 5137 to arrange your free initial assessment.
  • During your free initial assessment, you can explain the details of your finance agreement and the circumstances that led to you signing it. We will then advise whether you may be owed compensation and how much you may be able to claim.
  • If we believe that we can help you make a claim and you are willing to move forward, we will then carefully review your Audi PCP agreement and ensure that we have all the relevant details from you – including the ways you have been impacted by the mis-selling.
  • We will then contact the lender responsible for your Audi car finance and outline why we believe that you were mis sold PCP car finance and how much compensation you are owed.
  • our team will look to negotiate a settlement with the lender responsible
  • If your claim cannot be settled, we may need to refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) or start a claim in court.

You can find out more by reading our overview of PCP Claims.

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How to know if you are owed mis-sold Audi PCP compensation

Mis sold PCP finance was first brought to public attention following an investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This covered evidence of widespread mis-selling of car finance, where consumers received poor advice or were intentionally misled about the agreements that were being signed.

Car finance lenders have a legal requirement to inform you of what is involved in any type of car finance deal you sign. This includes the commission that a broker or dealer receives when recommending a specific finance agreement. If someone has failed to properly discuss the details of an Audi PCP car finance agreement, this is likely to count as mis selling.

Examples of car finance mis-selling includes where a salesperson:

  • Didn’t properly explain all of the details of the car finance deal to you, such as:
    • Who owned the vehicle (e.g. if it was a third-party hire purchase company rather than the dealer themselves)
    • Interest rates
    • Charges and fines for breach of the agreement
  • Did not explain or clarify that they received a commission and how this worked
  • Pressured you into making a decision
  • Told you a finance package was their recommendation (you should be presented with multiple options and the salesperson should remain impartial)
  • Failed to complete appropriate credit, income and affordability checks

Start an Audi PCP finance claim today

Think you are owed mis-sold Audi car finance compensation? Fill in our simple, secure online claim form and our team will be in touch shortly to let you know if we can help.

To speak to a member of our team about an Audi PCP claim, please call us on 0330 041 5137.

You can find out more about our expertise and how we handle claims here. To have your claim assessed for free, you can use our secure online claim form. Or to speak to a member of our team, please do not hesitate to give us a call on 0330 041 5137.