I’m pleased to announce the launch of our latest client Belmont Thornton’s affiliate program on Tradedoubler.

Belmont Thornton makes claiming easy with no upfront costs and a No Win No Fee guarantee
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Belmont Thornton have been trading since 2007 and specialise in helping people claim back their money because they were mis-sold a Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) policy with their high street bank mortgage, loan or credit card.

PPI protection is intended to meet repayment costs in the event of sickness, accidents or unemployment, but unfortunately for some consumers, their policies have proven ridiculously expensive and often worthless in the event of having to make a claim.

After years of the big banks unfairly making money through mis-selling such policies, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) has ruled that many customers now have a right to claim compensation which could amount to thousands of pounds. Some of the UK’s largest lenders have already been fined sums of up to £7 million by the FSA including Capital One, Egg and Alliance and Leicester.

Belmont Thornton aim to make claiming easy and risk-free with their No Win No Fee promise and no upfront costs.  As an additional incentive, customers can enter voucher code BTAV0509 onto the website enquiry form to receive a 5% discount on fees if they go on to pursue a claim.

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With an estimated 20 million PPI policies having been sold in the UK, earning big commissions on this program is easy. Affiliates earn a generous £10.00 for every new valid customer who registers their details on the quick and easy online form – no payment is taken from people. There’s a 30-day cookie to ensure that affiliates can are rewarded for as many leads as possible and eye-catching banners to download.

PPI is all the rage at the moment and people are making hundreds of thousands of pounds while providing a valuable service assisting people to reclaim their PPI payments.

Sign-up to the affiliate program here on Tradedoubler, or if you have any questions feel free to email karen [at] azam.net.