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Pension Recovery Specialists

In the last fifteen years, if you’ve been advised to transfer away from a defined benefit workplace pension, or move any sort of pension into a SIPP, SASS or QROPS, Beat the Banks are happy to check for free that the advice you were given hasn’t left you facing an uncertain retirement.

Remember that even if you were happy with the advice you received at the time, it doesn’t necessarily mean that moving your pension was in your best interests or compliant.

Don’t be afraid, dont feel embarrassed, it’s time to take action – together. Be like William. You can listen to his story below.

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You don’t have to use the services of a regulated claims management company, you can make a complaint yourself for free direct to the firm or the individual who you believe mis-sold the financial product.If your complaint is rejected, you may be able to refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service free of charge. If your complaint relates to a firm or individual that is no longer authorised by the regulator and/or has ceased trading, you may be able to claim compensation for free from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

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Contact us today to discuss your financial claim for PPI, Mis Sold Mortgages or Pension Transfers. Our team are here to help you, protecting rights and correcting wrongs.

What you need to know

One call to Beat the Banks on 0800 193 1234 is all you need to start the ball rolling, and in no time our friendly team will be explaining what can and can’t be done to help you in your hour of need. There’s no need to feel alone in your plight, get in touch today.

If you have lost money as a result of transferring your pension to a SIPP, are not seeing the returns you were promised or you feel you were given bad advice then it’s possible you have been the victim of a mis-sold SIPP.

Experts believe mis-sold pensions are likely to be the next big scandal facing the financial sector. It’s apparent that a huge number of pension holders across the UK have fallen victim to poor, faulty or fraudulent advice from unauthorised or unregulated financial advisers.

Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) are a popular choice for those looking for more flexibility and control over their personal pension funds. While this freedom comes with certain benefits, it can leave unsuspecting individuals at the mercy of scammers and unregulated investment schemes.

Since George Osborne’s Pension Freedom initiative was introduced in 2015, companies all over the UK have seen large numbers of employees, both past and present, transferring away from their defined benefit (DB) pension schemes. These individuals have been persuaded to trade the safety and security of their existing schemes for the offer of a better deal elsewhere.

You don’t have to use the services of a regulated claims management company, you can make a complaint yourself for free direct to the firm or the individual who you believe mis-sold the financial product.

If your complaint is rejected, you may be able to refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service free of charge. If your complaint relates to a firm or individual that is no longer authorised by the regulator and/or has ceased trading, you may be able to claim compensation for free from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. For further information about the free services available to you, visit the following websites:

www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk

www.pensions-ombudsman.org.uk

www.fscs.org.uk

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