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Is your carehome being throttled by a FIXED RATE LOAN your bank talked you into 5-10 years ago? Are you still locked into paying interest of 5-8%?


 


WE CAN HELP RELEASE YOU AND WIN COMPENSATION


 


Demand for care-home places is booming and in the last dozen years many owners have increased capacity to meet this need. But some have been trapped by bad commercial loans from their banks. 


 


In 2001 British banks started selling Swaps and long term Fixed Rate Loans (FRLs) to commercial borrowers claiming these deals protected them if interest rates shot up! Of course they've fallen steeply, but concealed in the small print of the loan agreements were unfair break-clauses described at a House of Commons Treasury committee hearing recently as completely incomprehensible. 


 


Hundreds of care-home and other business owners are now stuck in FRLs when the cost of their borrowing could be halved. Some have had to pay tens of thousands of pounds to end their contracts. 


 


Swaps have been investigated and thousands of borrowers are at last being compensated by the banks, but the FSA has ignored FRLs. CLAIMS (London) Ltd HAS NOT! We are rescuing borrowers from these extortionate loans winning clients substantial compensation. Call us now for a free assessment of your case. 


 


CLAIMS 


the compensation experts since 1989


 


CALL US FOR FREE ON


0800 0232 973


www.claims-uk.co.uk


Claims (London) Ltd is regulated b the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities. Authorisation Number CRM27423 


 

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