Misadvised Personal Savings
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We can help you recover up to £350,000
if you have been advised to use your personal savings such as an ISA, Equity Release or Share Sales to make investments.
Contact us for a free, no-obligation assessment.
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Our process is designed to make everything as easy and efficient as possible for you.
Our Partners and Case Managers will always be available to explain everything without jargon.
We work on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We do not charge any upfront fees and work on a no-win no-fee basis i.e. only if we recover compensation, will we charge you a fee. Our fee will be 25% + VAT (i.e. 30%) of any compensation we recover on your behalf. If you withdraw from a claim agreement once begun, we reserve the right to charge a fee for the time worked based on an hourly rate.
Our experts will call you and establish your circumstances at the time of making the investments and advise if there is a likely claim.
If you lost money and the risks were not properly explained there is a good chance you may be entitled to make a claim.
We will work with you to get any documents you may have kept and work with you to obtain everything else we need.
Using this, our team will analyse all the information and keep you updated throughout.
Our team will present all the information in a framework that we have refined to make the process as efficient as possible.
We will handle all communication and additional paperwork regarding your claim.
We can claim up to £350,000.
You do not have to use our services and can complain directly to the firm who you are complaining about or to the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Compensation Scheme for free.
Potential Signs of Mis-selling
Below are a few signs you have been misadvised on your savings and may have a valid claim:
You attended an investment seminar (e.g. hosted by Instant Access Properties or Harlequin).
You have or previously had savings or investment accounts.
You were advised by an IFA (independent financial advisor) or mortgage broker.