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Can you make a compensation claim for a mis-sold pension?

Transferred a final salary pension or moved to a SIPP?

Get Claims Advice can help claim back for your mis-sold final salary transfer claim or mis-sold SIPP claims, on a No Win – No Fee* basis, boasting an excellent success rate.

Request a free call-back to help discover signs of a mis-sold pension claim.

If you have been mis-sold your pension, you may be able to use our knowledge, experience and strategy to fight for your claim on a NO WIN – NO FEE* basis.

 

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We’ve recovered over £50million* on behalf of our clients

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Here's what our clients say


Nigel Simpson
“Well my story, my pension was invested in a SIPP it went belly up I thought I had lost the lot, Get Claims Advise said they would look in to it, Andrew, Tom and the team kept me in the loop.
To my delight I got the max from the pension compensation scheme, happy days are back, a 5 Star company for me. […]
Nigel Simpson, Canvey Island.”

Paul Woodcock
“I contacted Get Claims and they did exactly what they said they would do. I told them I lived a very busy life and after handing over all my info they got on with it […]. Sorted the whole thing out, got some of the monies from my defunked SIPP pension back via some government thing. Bobs your Uncle. […]
Many thanks Guys”

Tracey Cheeseman
“If it had not been for the help, advice, and sheer determination of Andrew holland, our adviser, I would not have got any money back. […] Andrew was determined to get the information that was needed. He kept us in the loop the whole way through and […] it was well worth it we would never have achieved this without the help of claims advice. Once again thank you for everything.
Tracey and Joe Cheeseman”

Can you make a compensation claim for a mis-sold pension?

Thousands of people across the UK are waking up to the idea they may have been mis-sold their pension, either because of negligent financial advice as part of a final salary pension transfer, or because of unsuitable SIPP, SSAS or Qrops investments, or a mis-sold annuity, often after a cold-call from a pension introducer.

Official figures show that complaints about pension mis-selling are on the rise, and Get Claims Advice has been responsible for over £50 million* recovered from mis-sold pensions, all on a No Win – No Fee* basis.

Find out if you can make a claim with a free, no-obligation chat with one of our friendly pension claim specialists.

Final salary pension transfer claims

Final salary pensions are considered to be valuable, and transferring them usually means giving up a guaranteed income in retirement. Even if it looks like your pension is growing, you may have lost money in the long-run if you transferred a defined benefit pension.

If you were advised to transfer a final salary pension to a new pension provider for any reason, you may have been mis-sold.

The pension claims process

While some people choose to do the claim themselves, we specialise in mis-sold pension claims, and our No Win – No Fee* pension claims process has evolved to be client focused and built for success – just check out one of our mis-sold pension case studies!

1. Free Initial Assessment: no obligation chat
2. Paperwork collection: we do the leg-work
3. Build and Submit the claim: knowledge, experience and strategy

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