Industry must highlight the importance of MPPI

Toner, Christine
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p17
Trade Publication
The article highlights the findings of a survey conducted by the Lincoln Financial Group, which revealed that 4 million think that the government will pay their mortgages if they become unemployed, while 3 million are unsure who would be responsible for repayments. According to Paymentshield sales and marketing director Chris Traynor, people either do not know it is their responsibility to sort out some payment protection or if they do they are suspicious because of the negative reputation payment protection insurance has.


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