Mis-Sold SIPPs

Britain is in the midst of a huge SIPP mis-selling scandal, worth billions of pounds. Thousands of people have lost their money due to poor advice from their financial adviser.

Typically, high returns are promised, only for the investments to falter when funds are ploughed into unregulated and non-mainstream investments such as an overseas property or storage pod scheme.

Our experienced team of claims specialists has a proven track record in gaining compensation for our clients who have been mis-sold SIPPS.

✅  Potential risks and hidden costs weren’t explained to you

✅ Your adviser reviewed your existing pensions and only recommended you transfer them into a SIPP

 You were told your pension was frozen

✅ Your adviser recommended a SIPP but did not specify investments within the SIPP

✅ You were contacted out of the blue by an introducer promising high return investments

✅ You lacked experience in managing investments

Still unsure about your position?

We know that finding the right team to help can be tricky, so we put together a few FAQs.

How do I start my claim?
Our claims process is straightforward. You get in touch for a free, no obligation consultation (or arrange a time for us to call you).

Once we have all the information we need and you have given us the go ahead, we will begin our investigation and your journey to compensation.

What are your fees?
We’re proud to say that our fees are amongst the lowest in the industry and are charged at 18% (That’s 15% + VAT).
What is your success rate?
Since launching in 2015, we have lost only one case, our success rate is amongst the highest in the claims management industry and is currently 99.9%

What the regulator says:

The Financial Conduct Authority say people should take action as soon as they suspect their savings were put at risk by their Financial Adviser, as time limits for claiming compensation can apply.

Compensation paid to victims of mis-sold SIPPS have risen for the last four consecutive years according to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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