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Mis-sold pensions have affected millions

Was I mis-sold a personal pension?

If you’ve invested in a personal pension, also known as a SIPP, then you may have been mis sold.

Yours may have been mis-sold if you didn’t receive the right advice, weren’t given information on the risks involved, or if you were overcharged for the service by an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA). The easiest way to know if you can make a mis-sold pension claim is to ask a legal expert look at your situation. With us, that’s free – get in touch today and we’ll connect you to a financial claims specialist.

Personal pensions - what went wrong?

Independent Financial Advisors simply sold personal pensions to people without explaining the risks or how they work, meaning thousands of hard-working savers lost some or all of their pension money.

What is a SIPP?

If you’ve invested in a personal pension, also known as a SIPP, then you may have been mis sold.

Yours may have been mis-sold if you didn’t receive the right advice, weren’t given information on the risks involved, or if you were overcharged for the service by an Independent Financial Advisor (IFA).

The easiest way to know if you can make a mis-sold pension claim is to ask a legal expert look at your situation. With us, that’s free – get in touch today and we’ll connect you to a financial claims specialist.

Instead of focusing on your best interests, the Advisors used SIPPs to cash in on large fees. Clients were seen as cash cows, who would pay a sizeable set-up and monthly fee for the IFA to manage their pension pot. Around two million people placed their trust in IFAs to ensure they had enough money for their retirement years, and were left with empty bank accounts and an uncertain future.

Claiming your pension money back

For years, victims of pension mis-selling were left out in the cold as no-one would legally recognise that they had been mis-sold. These people, maybe you, were left with little to no money for retirement, while those who ‘advised them’ made millions for their own later years. Thankfully, this has now changed.

Pension mis-selling has been legally recognised and successful claims are already being made. In the financial year 2017/2018, over 2,000 claims were made about SIPPs – 37% up on the previous year. It is believed over two million people were wrongly advised to opt out of occupational schemes and take out personal pensions, so there are a lot more claims to come and one of them could be yours.

To start your pension mis-selling claim or to speak to an expert about your personal pension situation, get in touch.

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