We’ve spoken to more than a few people who transferred their pensions after a cold-call from CL&P Brokers – an unregulated marketing firm operating (from what we can see) out of Spain.
Commercial Land and Property Brokers, of which Terence Wright was a director are known to have marketed two high-risk and Non-FCA regulated investments, including a the Store First Ltd Store Pods scheme and Australian farm land investment, which often seems to have involved the investor transferring their pension(s) into a SIPP: Self-Invested Personal Pension with Carey Pensions…
CL&P wasn’t a regulated financial adviser, and people who transferred and invested their pensions after one of those cold-calls may have been mis-sold, and may be able to claim.Speak with a specialist
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There are strict rules about high-risk investments, enforced by the FCA.
If you invested in Store First but don’t fit any of the descriptions listed below, you may have been mis-sold, and could potentially claim.