Have you been a customer of the Mortgage Finance Store
Are you, or have you been a customer of the Mortgage Finance Store based at Dundee’s Technology Park?
Although only authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to give advice on mortgages and insurance, we have established that Mike Connelly, one of their directors has been involved in giving pension and investment advice since 2010. Were you or a family member or friend referred to him directly or perhaps by a mortgage adviser at The Mortgage Finance Store?
We believe there may be hundreds of victims all over Dundee, Angus, Tayside, Perth and Fife. Following the stock market crash those advised by Mr Connelly to leave highly valuable Defined Benefit workplace pensions, may now be facing an uncertain retirement. Only the most qualified financial advisers are fully equipped and authorised to discuss these guaranteed schemes. Victims may also have been charged a massive 4% or more of their fund as an initial advice fee.
To discover the whole story read below
Check The FCA Register
Based in Dundee’s Technology Park, The Mortgage Finance Store (TMFS) have provided customers with mortgage and life insurance advice since 2003.
Unfortunately, for a number of years Mike Connelly, one of the directors, has also misled innocent pension holders into believing both himself and TMFS are authorised to provide pension and investment advice. This has NEVER been the case as confirmed by this link to the FCA register
Providing this complex and highly qualified advice whilst not regulated or authorised to do so, is criminal activity. Unfortunately, much of Mr Connelly’s “work,” has centred around giving the advice to transfer away from highly valuable Defined Benefit (DB) workplace pensions. With the recent collapse in the stock markets, victims may now be looking at substantial losses and an uncertain retirement.
If you are unsure if you have been a victim here are some facts
Until recently, Mr Connelly used a company called Capital & Income Solutions based in Leeds to facilitate his pension transfers. They are now in full liquidation. Mr Connelly’s company (MGC Introductory Solutions Ltd) are listed as a creditor. The amount claimed is £30,000
Concerned that you might have been a victim ?
It couldn’t be simpler. You can contact the team at Beat the Banks direct on 01382 200474 or submit your enquiry to email@example.com – We’re more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
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