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Storage Pod SIPP Investments

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Thousands of people may have been persuaded to transfer their pensions into SIPPs in order to invest in Storage Pod investments such as the Store First scheme, and many have been eligible to make a claim for negligent financial advice.

Phonecalls offering a free pension review made by many marketing firms and call centres told people that storage pods investments would earn them a fortune for their retirement if they invested through Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs), but we know from experience that many people were mis-sold storepods by their financial adviser, as they were unaware that they were making a high-risk investment.

The team of mis-sold SIPP specialists at Get Claims Advice Ltd have been working hard over the past few years to undo some of that damage by fighting for claims on behalf of their clients, and have often been successful, having recovered £millions from storepod investments and other high-risk schemes.

Do YOU have a mis-sold storepod claim?

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Timeline of events: Store Pod Investments

2012 - Cold Calls & Pension Reviews

Thousands and thousands of cold-calls appear to have been made, usually offering a “free pension review” in order to ultimately persuade people to move their pensions into a SIPP in order to invest…

Through our work with mis-sold Storepods clients, we know of several firms that made calls from about 2011 onwards, usually offering free pension reviews. Many of these companies no-longer operate, but include CL&P Brokers, and Jackson Francis

2017 - Storefirst Winding Up Orders

Store First – a major operator of Store Pod investments that were widely mis-sold by a range of financial advisers, got served with winding up orders by the High-Courts.

The situation is currently adjourned indefinitely.

Did you know, we’ve made successful Store Pod SIPP claims before?

We’ve made claims against a whole range of financial advisers because of mis-sold SIPPs, all on a No Win – No Fee* basis.

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What is classed as being mis-sold?

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Do you have a wealth of knowledge and experience in investing?


Do you earn in excess of £100,000 per annum?


Or do you own £250,000 worth of investable assets?

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