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Have you been a Victim of Mis Sold Pensions? Get Your Pension CASH back & Claim £10000’s In Compensation – For FREE!
You can claim back your PENSION CASH if you have invested in the following:
- Transferring your UK pension into a scheme
- Never got the returns on your pension as you expected
- Foreign property investments
- Property Investments
- Hotel rooms
- Carbon credits
- Green energy
- Self-storage units
- Airport parking
- Collective investment schemes
Your pension may have been mis-sold if you did the following:
- The risks involved were not properly explained to you
- The risks was not clearly explained to you when you transferred a pension into a scheme
- You were advised that your pension would perform much better and you NEVER got the returns you expected
- Your financial advisor never took into account your personal circumstances or financial circumstances
- You were of an age for the investment to be deemed unsuitable for you
- You were not properly advised or no one clearly explained how your pension would be invested, or the returns you would receive or did not just go into details about your pension investment
- You were sold an investment that was riskier than your financial circumstances or attitude to risk required or you the risks was just too much and more than you can afford
Other Mis Sold Pension Reasons you may have also done:
- You were sold an investment without having been properly advised of the risks
- Your personal circumstances or attitude to risk wasn’t properly considered
- You were sold a SIPP or poor returning annuity
- You were advised to invest all or most of your savings into a single investment
- You were advised to unnecessarily transfer a pension
- You were sold a property fund investment
- Your pension is worth little more or less than the contributions you paid into it
- You were sold a guaranteed investment plan/bond and although received your money back, you have lost years of interest
Many people simply do not realise that they do not have to accept these losses and that help is at hand. Mis-sold Specialists was established by professionals that have a very clear objective and only one objective which is to claim back your losses.
Typically, Mis-sold Specialists clients are hard working every day people. They may have recently retired and received a pension lump sums or an inheritance and are suddenly faced with a multitude of options. The one thing Mis-sold Specialists clients have in common is that they have been advised to part with their money when it may not have been right to do so.
Can I Make a Claim?
The consequences of pension mis-selling can be severe, particularly when we reach a stage in our lives when we expect to be able to rely on the income. A pension mis-sold as promising safe returns, which in reality results in a loss of benefits, risky investments and high administrative fees, has the potential to lose us money, or worse, cause financial ruin.
Fortunately, the law is here to protect us if we’ve been sold an inappropriate pension on the basis of advice that was superficial, unclear or misleading. If you’ve taken out a pension that hasn’t delivered in the way you were led to believe it would, then you may be able to claim compensation.
Have You Been or Do You Think You Have Been Mis-Sold a Pension?
Pensions are seldom identical, so it’s best to avoid making general comparisons to discover whether your pension was mis-sold. However, you are likely to have been mis-sold your pension if you bought it on the recommendation of a financial adviser or organisation that gave you inadequate information and advice and failed to explain the risks. For example, if you were encouraged to pursue a particular investment strategy without knowing the risks involved or weren’t informed of the different types of personal pension available.
A particularly common scenario of pension mis-selling is where an individual is actively encouraged to buy or transfer to a personal pension scheme when working for an employer who offered a more beneficial final salary pension scheme. Final salary schemes tend to include benefits that personal schemes do not, such as employer contributions, low administration fees, spouse/widow benefits and an element of protection against investment risk. Industries and sectors where final salary schemes were commonly available…..
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