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Mis-sold Pension Claim

If you have a mis-sold pension, then starting a compensation claim could be the smartest thing you've done today - if not all year!

Thousands are mis-sold their new pension every-year, especially during what seems to be a hot-streak of mis-selling and ill-advised transfers over the last 6 or 7 years.

The big problem is that not only are these pension schemes and investments often wholly unsuitable and high-risk for the people who undertake them, but they are difficult to detect unless you have the knowledge and training to do so.

That's where Get Claims Advice comes in, with the knowledge, experience and strategy to help uncover a mis-sold pension, and then take you through the process of putting your case forwards to the people who gave you advice, or the proper authorities if your financial adviser isn't accepting their responsibility.

With over £35 Million^ recovered from mis-sold pensions through Get Claims Advice, your potential claim could be in great hands, leaving all the work up to us to help you make a potentially life-changing pension claim.

How To Make A Mis-Sold Pension Claim

Every mis-sold pension claim is different, and many people don’t feel comfortable with all the jargon-stuffed paperwork, phone-calls and chasing of information often involved, never mind going toe-to-toe with their old financial adviser, the FOS or FSCS.

If you’re not sure where to start, then start with a FREE Initial Assessment with the team of mis-sold pension claim specialists at Get Claims Advice.

We’ll listen to the case as you understand it, and let you know if you can make a claim. If it looks like you’ve got the green light, then you’ll be given the option to have the professionals at Get Claims Advice pursue your claim on your behalf on a NO WIN – NO FEE* basis!

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Making A Successful Mis-Sold Pension Claim with Get Claims Advice

1. We look at your new and old pension details

2. We assess your claim for free

3. We prepare all your paperwork

4. You don’t pay a penny upfront*

5. We chase your claim to completion

6. You receive compensation: No Win – No Fee*

Learn More About Mis-sold Pension Claims

2 simple pensions facts:

  • A personal pension is one of the most important things you can invest in for your future.
  • A mis-sold pension can spell disaster for your personal and financial future.

At Get Claims Advice Ltd we hear about mis-sold pensions every day, but fortunately it's something we have become specialists in, providing professional mis-sold pension claim advice on a strictly NO WIN – NO FEE basis*.

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As champions of clear, honest, and transparent financial advice, we tend to get a little worked-up when we discover a mis-sold personal pension, and offer our claims service with no upfront fees*, working hard to get our clients the compensation we believe they may deserve, helping to make that rosy idea of retirement look a little sweeter again and deliver justice for our clients.

If you’ve taken out either of the following, it might be time to investigate your potential for a claim ASAP, ensuring it is secure, suitable for you, and whether you are due mis-sold pension compensation for it:

Personal Pension

Group Pension Transfer

SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension)

SSAS (Small Self-Administered Scheme)

If you suspect there was something wrong with the way your pension was sold to you, our team or specialists can often work out just what it was, and how best to move your claim forwards to put your retirement plans back on track.

How do I know if I can make a mis-sold pensions claim?

For the average pension holder, pension mis-selling is difficult thing to get your head around (that’s why we’re here).

In short, it's usually the fault of your IFA, or financial adviser. This could be an independent and supposedly qualified person who you went to (or who approached you) about pensions advice, or it could be somebody within your bank, building society or pension provider who gave you the advice. You can often identify who sold you your pension by taking a look at how it all started: who called you out of the blue, came to your house or who did you go to in order to get pensions advice?

There are plenty of things an IFA could have done, or didn't do that could mean you pension was mis-sold, here's just a few:

  • Did they properly asses your risk and capacity for loss?
  • Did they assess your previous pension scheme? Would it have been better left there?
  • Checked to see if your money would have actually served you better in the old pension?
  • Checked what it would mean to you to LOSE your pension?
  • Did they tell you it was a low-risk pension, when actually it was fraught with risk?
  • Did they disclose to you any unfair relationships they might have with the pensions provider or investment scheme? 
  • Did your IFA earn a big commission payment for recommending this pension to you?

These are just a few examples of the kinds of mis-selling we come across everyday, and rather than take a leaf out of a bad IFA’s playbook and rubber-stamp our own clients, we assess each one on a case-by-case basis to make sure both parties thoroughly understand what it is you have been sold, how it may have been MIS-sold, and if so, how we are plan to get you the compensation you deserve to make things right again.

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^Calculated before deduction of fee: 24% Inclusive of VAT, correct as of 04/04/2018

*No Win - No Fee: Your claim is pursued by Get Claims Advice on your behalf with no up-front fees. In the event of a successful claim, our success fee is charged at 24% inclusive of VAT, of any monies awarded. 14 Day “cooling-off” period, after which a cancellation fee is applicable. See Terms of Business for full details.