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Mis Sold Pension Transfers

Having some form of pension plan is essential.

For most people this means paying into a pension scheme, with the money invested in stocks and shares.

The sad news is that many people with pensions were told by advisors to take their retirement money out of safe investments and to invest in risky, often unregulated investments with the promise of big returns.

Mis Sold Pension

However many of these investments may actually be worthless.

If you think that you may have been mis-sold a SIPP or pension transfer, then don’t panic.

You may be able to claim fro compensation against the IFA who advised you or the provider of your SIPP.

Was I mis sold a pension?

There are a number of reasons why you may have been mis-sold if you suffered a financial loss including:

  • You were not fully informed about the risks involved.
  • You were sold a pension that was riskier than your attitude to risk.
  • You were not fully informed about how your money would be invested.
  • Your advisor told you to opt-out of your occupational pension scheme.
  • You were advised to transfer out of your occupational pension scheme.
  • Your advisor did not tell you about the commissions they were being paid to transfer your pension.

Inappropriate cavity wall insulation in homes has become "a scandal", a Welsh MP has said, which was reported by the BBC

He called on the UK government to take responsibility for the "dreadful mess".

Who's affected

IRT Surveys Ltd has conducted a study of 250,000 UK homes, and has found that half of the cavity-walled homes it investigated have damp, slumped or missing insulation.

If this figure is true for the rest of the properties that have CWI installed, it would be the case that 3 million homes are affected by cavity wall insulation problems.

How Do I Check If I Can Claim?

Our claims specialists can quickly tell you if you have a valid claim and the amount you are likely to receive back. Simply click the "Can I Claim" button, complete the form and we'll quickly assess your claim.

How do I know if my home has faulty cavity wall insulation?

Whilst is can be tricky to identify if you have a cavity wall insulation problem, without getting an expert to assess it.

Here are some general indicators that you may have faulty cavity wall insulation:

  • No noticeable increase in heat or temperature due to low quality materials being used.
  • Drill holes visible in the walls.
  • Mould, condensation or damp since cavity wall installation.
  • Damaged Brickwork.
  • Blocked Air Vents.

If you have any of these problems then YOU may be entitled to compensation.

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How can I get the problem rectified?

If the installing firm is still trading (some of them are not) then it is their responsibility to rectify the problem.

If they refuse, or if they are no longer trading, then responsibility falls on CIGA under its 25-year guarantee.

The maximum payout for rectification work with CIGA is currently £20,000

How Do I Check If I Can Claim?

Our claims specialists can quickly tell you if you have a valid claim and the amount you are likely to receive back. Simply click the "Can I Claim" button, complete the form and we'll quickly assess your claim.


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