BlueInfinitas Limited may not be around anymore, having been in Liquidation since 2015 and no longer authorised by the FCA, but their SIPP complaints legacy is still with us here at Get Claims Advice, and with some of their former clients.
Trading as Blue Infinitas Limited, but appearing occasionally on paperwork as Blue Infinitas, the firm had TWO Financial Ombudsman complaints upheld against it – BOTH for advising clients to invest in HIGH-RISK investments through a SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) despite the unsuitability of the advice.
Did Blue Infinitas Limited advice YOU to do the same? Has your pension been put at risk or suffered a loss?
Did you invest in the Windermere Hydro Hotel? Unregulated Property investments or something else high-risk?
Are you able to make a claim…?
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Not only was Blue Infinitas caught mis-selling by the FOS twice and told to pay compensation, but the FSCS has been paying out for Blue Infinitas’ bad pension advice for some time, mainly over negligent advice to invest in high-risk investments via SIPP pensions.
Then you may have been mis-sold, and you could be able to make a claim for negligent SIPP advice.
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Click the button below to see an example of a Get Claims Advice claim that won £thousands for a former client of Blue InfinitasSee example claim
May 2015 brought the news that BlueInfinitas was going into a Creditor’s Voluntary Liquidation.
December 2015 saw the first complaint about BlueInfinitas to the Financial Ombudsman Service. ‘Mr R’ complained about his transfer to a SIPP and investment in an unregulated property fund.
The Ombudsman upheld the complaint and BlueInfinitas were asked to pay compensation.
2016 brought news of a second upheld complaint. This time, a ‘Mr N’ complained about another SIPP transfer, and subsequent investment into the high-risk Windermere Hydro Hotel.Again, Blueinfinitas were told to pay compensation.