CPPT Services Limited offer self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) as one of their core financial products. Sadly, in some cases, these products have not always been presented with the proper level of transparency, accuracy or suitability, which has resulted in many being mis-sold.
Do you feel as if you were improperly sold a SIPP? Has the product in question failed to perform as you were initially promised? The good news is that you may be legally entitled to some form of investment claim.
Have you been sold a SIPP and are now unsure of your situation? Some of the reasons highlighted below have given Get Claims Advice cause for concern, and you may be eligible to claim:
If any of the above apply to you, or you have any further concerns, you may be eligible to make a claim.
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We’ll go through your options, your rights to making a claim and discuss how we can move forward. And don’t worry, this a free assessment and we don’t take any up-front costs.
CPPT Services Limited is a firm of chartered accountants who specialise in financial services including (but not limited to) tax returns, automatic data processing, pensions, payrolls, and tax advice. They have been in active operation since August 2017.
However, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has received a number of complaints during this time. Many centered around funds being placed into high-risk assets without the knowledge or approval of the clients themselves. Additional customers were said to have been advised by unauthorised firms to transfer their funds into pensions solely offered by CPPT.
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If you have dealt with CPPT, and feel like they have not conducted the necessary research, or were contacted by a third-party urging/advising you to transfer your money to CPPT. Then you could be eligible to make a claim.
You can make a claim yourself for free by approaching the company first. You can also use the services of the Financial Ombudsman Service and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme if it falls in their remit.
Alternatively, you can speak to one of specialist consultants at Get Claims Advice, who will be happy to take you through our free, no-obligation consultation, so we can discuss your options.
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