The recent rules regarding the extension of the PPI exclusions in relation to the Personal Power Protection plan were updated in June 2021. The changes resulted in the removal of the ability of the insured to benefit from a PPI loan or credit against an existing loan or line of credit. At this point it is not clear what, if any, changes will be made to exclude current employees and former employees with PPI plans from the eligibility criteria for loan forgiveness. The temporary halt of loan forgiveness for PPI polices was put into place as a result of the U.K.'s worsening financial crisis.
Loan forgiveness programs for UK consumers were previously posted in accordance with section 8 provision of the Consumer Credit Act. The revised regulations state that, with immediate effect, loan forgiveness is now available only to those small businesses that are posting a PPI claim to the Companies Act. These regulations also state that, with immediate effect, all PPI claims will be considered only after the completion of a disciplinary action against the lender. The revised regulations were introduced as a result of a consultation initiated by the Office of Fair Trading and Skills set up under the Department of Economic andalthy Energy. An interim final rule was subsequently posted in the U.K., which stated that an applicant who has previously been given a PPI claim cannot later claim the loan forgiveness benefits.
This means that, with immediate effect, a PPI claim made prior to the application form being posted to a lender will no longer be eligible for loan forgiveness. However, even prior to the inclusion of this interim final rule the applicant would still be able to access loan forgiveness. The clarification does not mean that an applicant who has already been approved for PPI coverage may now decline the benefit, only that they may not be able to receive it at the same rate at which they could have before the inclusion of the interim final rule. Many professional commercial credit-counseling companies, who offer loan reviews and independent advice on PPI plans, advise their customers to always read the terms and conditions (T&C) of their PPI contract prior to signing on the dotted line. While it may not always be possible to check the T&Cs in advance, there are many websites which can provide a copy of the original posted contract in full.
Another aspect of the loan forgiveness interim final rule (originally posted on 6 April 2021) concerns the process of applying for additional eligibility. The regulations state that any applicant who wishes to qualify for loan forgiveness must make an initial application for PPI coverage. If the applicant is granted eligibility, he or she will be required to complete one or more loan reviews that will determine whether the borrower's circumstances fall within the pre-existing eligibility criteria. If the reviews declare that additional eligibility requirements are required, the borrower must then complete one or more additional eligibility assessments, which will determine whether the borrower meets the new additional eligibility criteria. As with the application process itself, any borrower who is denied loan forgiveness because of the absence of PPI must then submit proof of insurance to the lender. In addition, any lender who denies PPI benefits based on the absence of PPI coverage must also provide the borrower with written documentation that specifies the lender's reasoning for the decision.
Finally, all lenders must now offer borrowers an” Economic Injury Disaster Loan Modification,” which clarifies the procedure for the borrower's loan modification. The borrower application form must include a letter from the borrower explaining why he or she has fallen under the categories of eligible individuals under the original loan posting. Additionally, the borrower application form must include a detailed list of income and assets, and the loan modification must state that the borrower will repay the loan as modified based on the new modified payment schedule, unless alternative measures have been agreed upon in writing by both the lender and the borrower. The lender application form also requires the borrower to state whether the borrower is currently unemployed or self-employed and how much total income he or she brings in on a monthly basis.
After reading the entire lender application form carefully, borrowers should go over it again until he or she understands and can fully explain every statement in the document. If a mistake is made on the loan posting, the borrower can request a “Covid-19 Response” to the lender explaining that the borrower did not receive the notice of default because the lender did not include all relevant information in the loan posting. The Covid-19 response must include all supporting documentation such as pay stubs, bank statements, tax returns, etc., and the lender has 30 days to correct the error or reschedule the loan accordingly. The borrower then must send the lender an “acknowledgment of receipt” along with the proper forms to be signed when receiving the notice of default. All documents and signatures must be attached to the final loan paperwork.
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