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Mis-Sold Mortgage Claims

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You can do the claim yourself directly to the adviser or pension company for no charge. You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme for free if you wish for them to review your case, providing you have approached the adviser or pension provider first, and it falls within their remit.

Mis-sold Mortgage Compensation

A mis-sold mortgage can be crippling.

Because of that, as of 2004 the FCA (or rather the FSA before them) introduced the Mortgage Conduct of Business rules (MCOB), laying down the law about what mortgage advisers can and can’t do, helping to guard against mis-selling.

Owners of mis-sold mortgages taken on after 31st October 2004 who have suffered can therefore make a claim from their financial adviser, or from the FSCS up to £48,000 per person, meaning around £96,000 for a married couple who entered the mortgage together.

Your Mis-Sold Mortgage And You

The chances are that your family home is going to be your most valuable and most expensive purchase in life, and for the vast majority of people a good a suitable mortgage is required to achieve the goal of home-ownership.

But a good suitable and affordable mortgage is not always on offer from your bank of financial adviser, leaving many lumped with a mis-sold mortgage that could devastate their personal and family finances for years to come.

If you have found your mortgage to be un-affordable, about to run into retirement or think you came off with a worst deal than you were expecting, then reading on could make all the difference to your financial future…

You might be sat on a mis-sold mortgage…

 

Ways Mortgages Are Mis-Sold

Affordability

Your adviser has slapped you with a mortgage that might have looked OK on paper, but in practice is completely out of budget and impossible to pay off. Did your adviser take your income and outgoings into account?

Suitability

Is your mortgage suitable for the rest of your life plans? Are your repayments going to spill over into retirement when you are living solely from your pension? If so, your adviser should have done suitability checks

Interest Only

Nasty: With an Interest-Only Mortgage, you only pay the interest on your mortgage, leaving you with no viable way to repay your mortgage and therefore never actually own your property after years of payments

Sub-Prime

You had a good credit rating, but were advised to go for a Sub-Prime Mortgage meaning you have to unnecessarily fork out for some seriously large interest rates until it’s finished. Why?!

Consolidate Debts

This might sound great in the short term, but you could simply be spreading your debt over 25 or more years, and paying much more in interest in the long term, meaning you pay even more!

Unfair Fees & Treatment

Did you find out you paid some extortionate fees or were treated unfairly? Were you not informed of any unfair relationships your adviser had with a mortgage provider? You could have been mis-sold.

Did you know, we’re specialists at financial negligence claims?

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You can do the claim yourself directly to the adviser or pension company for no charge. You can also approach the Financial Ombudsman Service and Financial Services Compensation Scheme for free if you wish for them to review your case, providing you have approached the adviser or pension provider first, and it falls within their remit.

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