Colonial Capital Group Bond Investment

If you invested in Colonial Capital Bonds you may want to check if you should be claiming compensation for mis-selling

Colonial Capital Bonds was an investment scheme involving property in Chicago. The idea was to buy and renovate old houses and sell them to lower income earners. However, this did not materialise, and the company went into administration in 2016.

Financial advice and mis-selling

Investments like this are incredibly high-risk and whilst they can offer great returns, the gamble on potentially losing your money is one that should only be taken by those who can afford it.

Unfortunately, many investors who were not suitable because they couldn’t afford the losses or lacked the expertise required with high-risk investment, still ended up in schemes like this.

How? – Mainly as a result of  poor or negligent financial advice.

What can I do if I think I was mis-sold?

Whilst you can’t do anything about the performance of an investment, you may be able to claim compensation if you received advice from a regulated company or adviser and it wasn’t in your best interests.

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Whilst each case is individual, as mis-selling specialists we know to look for certain signs that in our experience indicate that mis-selling may have happened.

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Key Facts

High-risk, unregulated investment which is considered unsuitable for most investors
Many people may have been mis-sold Colonial Capital Bonds as a part of their SIPP

We win more than 9 out of 10 claims

The cost of our service is 18% inc VAT on the total monies awarded for a successful claim

Important Information!

You are not required to use our services to pursue your claim. You can also seek further advice or shop around subject to any time limits within which a claim must be made.

It is possible for you to present the claim for free, either to the firm or person against whom you wish to complain or to the statutory ombudsman (Financial Ombudsman Service or Pension Ombudsman Service) or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, whichever is applicable to your claim.