Mis Sold Pensions / Investment
Money Redress provides excellent customer service and experience to all of our clients. We want to carry out a free pension check to see if you have been mis sold to. We want to maximise any compensation due to you as a result of any loss that being mis sold or poorly managed work has caused you . Compensation you could receive will vary from case to case, but we are experiencing clients receiving the maximum compensation independently adjudicated of £50,000.
When you call us, one of our team members will investigate your situation, and then if we feel that you have a legitimate claim, will assign you a specialist mis-sold pensions advisor who will handle your case.
You won’t know how much you could be owed until you call us, so get in touch today so you can get justice for your mis-sold pension.
Here at Money Redress, we have specialist experience in handling financial claims and understand how much your claim for compensation means to you. Our expert team members will treat all mis-sold pension claims with understanding and respect, so you feel comfortable you are making the right choice.
What counts as financial mis-selling?
Mis-selling means that you were given unsuitable advice, the risks were not explained to you or you were not given all the facts you needed and ended up with a pension or investment that didn’t work for you.
Have you experienced any of the below? If so, are you a victim of pension / investment mis-selling?
- Were you contacted out of the blue and offered a free pension assessment?
- Did a financial advisor advise you to move your work or personal pension or all of your pensions into Self Invested Personal Pension?
- Were one of these investment types presented to you:
Overseas property? Land? Storage Units? Carparks? Carbon credits? Loan notes? Mauritian stock exchange? Farm land? Plus many more.
- Were you advised that you were moving your pensions into a possible high-risk investment?
- Did you fully understand the charging structure?
- Are you struggling to get access to your pension?
- Have you been told you have to give notice or even sell the investment yourself?
- Do you know what you have invested in?
- Has the company you received the advice from disappeared or gone into administration?