High Interest Mortgage Refund?

Because we had a poor credit record we took out two mortgages with exceptionally high mortgages. We were told that this now in some way has changed and is no longer legal and that we should be entitled to a refund. Is this true??

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Answered by Darren Spragg, IFA in Fareham, HAMPSHIRE
Hi,
No sorry this isn't the case. It's just a claims company trying to earn off you. If you had bad credit when you took the mortgage out, then I'd say you weren't miss sold. If your credit had now improved, then it may be possible to look at remortgaging to a lower rate.
Feel free to give me a call if you need any advice on 0845 5480588. | 05.23.12 @ 18:48
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