What Are Mis-Sold Pensions?
Mis-sold pension means you transferred your final occupational pension to a less secure private pension or you’ve taken out a SIPPS (self-invested pension) following advice from a financial company.A Mis-sold pension means you were given negligent advice. The risks were not explained to you so therefore the pension was not suitable. Your financial adviser must recommend a pension investment product suitable for you and make the risks known.
Who Can Claim?
Are you a victim of mis-sold pensions? Well, we are here to help you figure that out and make sure you seek compensation.
If you believe:
You have been given poor advice on how to manage your pension
You have been mis sold a pension
You were advised to leave a secure pension to a higher risk one
How To Start A Mis-Sold Pension Claim?
To start a Mis-Sold Pension Claim there are a couple of simple steps to follow:
Gather Evidence Facts are crucial when it comes to starting a claim. The amount of information you have could make a world of difference when filing a complaint. However, don’t despair if you can’t find concrete proof.
File a complaint with your financial adviser ile an official complaint form or with your financial provider or adviser. Typically, the company has about eight weeks to respond.
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Make the claim After we have gathered all the evidence, we will make the claim for you
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