HAVE YOU EVER LOST MONEY ON AN INVESTMENT?
If so, you could be entitled to thousands of pounds in compensation. Simply, tell us which investment product you took out from the list below:
Have you been persuaded to invest in schemes without being advised they were high risk?
You may now be aware that a host of lucrative (for the advisor) investment schemes, that have proved to be worthless were pushed upon naive investors by advisors who wanted high commission returns for themselves. Many of these so-called investment opportunities were little more than elaborate scams – Storage units, Plantations, Tourist resorts many don’t exist and the ones that do offer little in the way of investment returns.
If you have lost any of your pension money through bad advice you may be able to claim?
Being wrongly advised is bad enough, but realising that you have been wrongly advised to take out this high-risk investment, simply to earn more commission for your advisor is a form of fraud.
If you have suffered at the hands of an unscrupulous advisor and were badly advised and mis-sold investments based on projected performance and returns it is possible that you may be able to claim compensation for any losses you have incurred.
If you wish to pursue a claim, our expert panel of solicitors, who specialise in mis-sold investment compensation, can progress your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee basis’. No costs so there is no financial risk for you.
The only information you will need is the name your financial advisor and when it was taken out. We ask a few simple questions, and then we will then be able to obtain additional information on your behalf
The FCA definition of a mis-sold investment is - The negligent, deliberate or reckless sale of an investment, where the investment was misrepresented or unsuitable for your needs.
All financial advisors have a duty of care to their clients in terms of risk exposure. Any investment opportunity carries a certain level of risk, but this has to be pointed out to the client. The industry has been found to have promoted investments where the advising company reaps high rewards that have ultimately proved to be poor investments at best, and at worst completely bogus.