Coventry Building Society PPI Claims

By | September 30, 2017

Coventry Building Society is one of the building societies that hung on to their building society status and did not de-mutualise. It is now the second largest building society in the UK.


If you bought a financial product from Coventry Building Society then you may also have had PPI. Not all PPI was mis-sold by Coventry Building Society. For many people it has been a useful product. However, like many other financial organisations it has had to deal with a number of claims for PPI refunds.

You may have been mis-sold PPI by Coventry if any of the following apply to your case:

  • you did not know that PPI was added to your loan
  • you were told PPI was not optional
  • your health or employment status meant that you would not be able to claim under the policy
  • you were put under undue pressure to take out PPI

If you wish to make a claim against Coventry Building Society for a PPI refund then you can contact them at

Coventry Building Society

PO Box 9
High Street

You can write a letter, use the ombudsman claim form or use a ppi template letter to start your claim.

Stroud & Swindon Building Society

Coventry took over the troubled Stroud and Swindon Building Society in 2010. If you wish to make a PPI claim against Stroud and Swindon or need a Stroud and Swindon PPI claim form then you should contact Coventry Building Society to pursue your claim.

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