Reclaim thousands in compensation from your landlord
Anybody who paid a deposit on a rented property in the last 6 years can claim – even if you were given the deposit back by your landlord
Tenancy Deposit Protection
When you moved in to a rented property, you probably paid a deposit to your landlord equal to a months rent.
Your landlord is required by law to immediately protect your deposit in one of three Government backed schemes:
- Deposit Protection Service
- Tenancy Deposit Scheme
These deposit schemes are in place in order to ensure that you receive your deposit back when you leave your property.
If your landlord has failed to register your deposit with one of these three schemes within 30 days of you paying this, you are entitled to receive compensation from them.
Our Simple Claims Process
Complete the online form with your details
Complete our quick online form which will collect information in relation to the property where you paid the deposit
We will check if your deposit was protected
We will check with the three Government backed tenancy deposit protection schemes to see if your deposit was/is protected
We will contact your landlord
We will then contact your landlord and notify them of the amount of compensation which you are due
You receive your compensation
You will then receive your compensation settlement (less our 30% plus VAT success fee deduction)
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Why Tenant Refund?
No Win No Fee
We operate on a no win no fee basis and just take 30% plus VAT of your final compensation settlement
We are part of High Street Solicitors and have dealt with thousands of successful money claims
Stress Free Process
An easy process, we do the hard work for you so just complete our online form to start your claim today
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
How much will I receive in compensation?
Compensation for Tenancy Deposit Refunds range from twice the amount of the deposit, to FOUR TIMES the amount of the desposit. If your case is unsuccessful, then we will not charge you for our services*. If your claim is successful, then we charge 30% (+VAT) of your compensation as a success fee.
Who can claim?
If you have lived in a rented property in the past six years or live in a rented property at the moment and you paid a deposit, you may be entitled to compensation.
How does it work?
Key Points to Remember
- You could receive up to 4 TIMES your deposit back in compensation
- Thousands of people may have been effected after landlords have failed to protect deposits
- You can claim back up to six years ago for any rented property where you have paid a deposit
- You may not know you have been effected – complete the online form and we will tell you whether you qualify for compensation
- Even if your landlord has paid your deposit back, you can still claim compensation back
- You can claim even if you still live in the property
- These claims have a quick turnaround and you could receive compensation in a matter of weeks
- Tenant Refund are part of High Street Solicitors who have substantial experience dealing with money claims