What is Section 75?
What to Do if You Have a Section 75 Claim?
- No win, no fee – it’s as simple as that.
- No upfront payment.
- We have a track record of success.
- We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
When Can You Claim under Section 75?
What Other Issues Are Covered under Section 75?
- If your goods do not arrive or are in a different condition to what was described at the time of purchase.
- Any associated costs, for example, if a company went bankrupt* while you were on holiday and you had to book new flights with a different company – this should be covered.
- Foreign transactions, including goods bought online for delivery to the UK from overseas.
- A now closed credit card account.
- Store cards.
*Further Information if the Supplier Ceases Trading
What Does it Not Cover?
- If the payment does not have a direct link to the company, you are claiming against. (PayPal may be an exception if there is a ‘Commercial Entity Agreement’ with the credit card company.)
- Taking out cash from the credit card account and using the cash as the method of payment.
- Each individual product must cost over £100 – not the total transaction.
- If the faulty item is still under a manufacturer warranty, you need to make direct contact with the manufacturer first,