PPI Reclaims – Taking A Gamble? Or A Safe Bet?
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Posted by admin on May 29, 2014 in Finance and Money | Short Link

When it comes to payment protection insurance: the reclaiming of which has become a huge industry, with new companies opening up every month to ply their trade by helping British people get their money back on miss sold policies.

But is it a gamble? Are you risking your money?

When it comes to the majority of claims companies usually they operate on a no win no fee scheme, meaning that you make a payment based on the success of the claim, if there is no claim, you pay nothing.

This being the case there really is no financial risk whatsoever because of the way it is set up, if there are no upfront fees AND you only make payments based on success then there is no risk to you whatsoever because you only venture IF you gain.

Companies operating in the UK usually do operate on this basis, however, some companies in the past (many of which do not continue to trade) have attempted to charge upfront fees to customers.  This is unnecessary because the admin costs associated with reclaiming compensation for ppi are not such that upfront fees are necessary so companies really do not need to do this, and I would be suspicious if they did.

The claims are a “Safe bet” but what you will want to do is make sure that you get the most of you ppi claim by working with a company that charges you an appropriate fee for the work (the lowest fee possible), the company contained in that link is ppiclaims4you.co.uk, a recommended ppi company that charge a conservative 15% fee.

A successful claim can net you anything from £1,500- £8,000.  So, if you can afford not to claim and you don’t need the money then obviously there is no obligation on your part to get your money back.  However, if you would like an injection of a few thousand pounds, it would be in your interests to get your claim in as soon as you can to avoid any backlogging.

What is meant by the term “backlogging”?

When there are a high volume of payment protection insurance complaints, there can be so many it affects the processing time needed to complete a case, so for this reason we advise you “jump the queue” so to speak and put your case forward early.

On a serious note, you could be due a lot of money, and if you don’t do something about it then it will not be reimbursed to you, so get started.

A Candid Review of Anyoption.com
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Posted by admin on January 10, 2014 in Binary Options | Short Link

Binary options contracts are traded over-the-counter (OTC) or sold directly to by buyers by an issuer. The transformation of binary options contracts from exotic to standard financial instrument ushered in a new era of binary option digital platform trading websites. AnyOption is a is a binary options trading company registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. In recent years, binary options exchange has increased in demand, globally.

For traders interested in binary options exchange, AnyOption trading platform offers both European options contracts designated by strict terms to buy and sell at time of expiry, and U.S. binary options contracts with one-touch listings. In the latter market scenario, ‘knock-in’ and ‘knock-out’ binary options, as well as two-asset or multi-asset contracts are exchanged by way of ‘one-touch’ listings.


The entrance of virtual binary options assets trading platforms such as pioneer company, AnyOption has transformed the trading environment. Now investors can access short-term binary options direct. Contracts offering pre-designated profit and loss, subject to liquidation on expiry date are the most popular contracts available on AnyOption.

The AnyOption platform is ‘operated by a group of reputable individuals with years of experience in risk management, derivatives, forex trading, exotic options pricing, payment processing and international laws and legislations’. AnytOption platform features include asset indices, user interface, expiry dates, payment options and customer support in a multi-language exchange environment.


AnyOptions lists a 140 asset index of contract options drawn the following markets:

  • Commodities
  • Forex
  • Indices
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Thomson-Reuters market reporting supplies real-time quotes to the AnyOption site.

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User Interface

Traders make deposits and withdrawals by way of a number of standard payment gateways (i.e. credit cards, bank transfer, PayPal). AnyOption accounts are discretionary user accounts, separate from banking, credit or other accounts held by a member. All AnyOption transactions are secured through SSL connection. Trading contract buy and sell is managed by traders alone. The platform offer traders Web-based app interface with mobile users for ready access, and opt-in text messaging with updates on trades. Account holders are responsible for their own decisions about exposure and risk.

Expiry Dates

AnyOption traders select from four expiry times in trading of binary option asset contracts:

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  • End of week
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The ‘Profit Line’ feature offers real-time reporting on hourly performance. Members can use the chart to track and assess profit for return on investment. The ‘Roll-forward’ feature on the site enables change of expiry time of an option to nearest expiry time listed.

Multi-language Platform

AnyOption trading can be conducted in Arabic, English, French, Italian, German, Russian, and Turkish. Global comparison of trades allows over-the-counter (OTC) brokers to compare performance of binary options exchange.

Customer Support

Real-time support in seven languages means that trading clients receive technical and trade support 24/7 to meet the demands in all time zones. The ‘Call Me Back’ feature on the site ensures that no call is missed.

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