Pensions Mis-sellingWere you a victim?
Expert help and support from Greg Vaughan Financial Services: the pensions claims specialist
A TRUSTED PENSION CLAIMS SPECIALIST
Do you think your pension is not what it should be? Do you think you were misadvised or mis-sold a financial product?
Millions were, and many are entitled to compensation. Were you one of them?
Greg Vaughan is a fully qualified claims specialist trusted by hundreds of happy clients – check out the Trustpilot reviews here. He can help you with pension and investment related claims.
Make sure your pension will provide you with the retirement you deserve
If you were advised to top-up your pension by paying FSAVCs (free-standing additional voluntary contributions) you were likely given very bad advice. You could have paid those additional contributions straight into your public sector pension scheme and built up a substantially bigger retirement fund.
Similarly, if you were advised not to join or to transfer benefits out of a public sector pension scheme, you were again badly advised. There have been two wide-ranging reviews of such advice over the past twenty years, which cost financial services companies billions of pounds in compensation.
But not everyone was included, or their case was unfairly rejected, which will likely cost them thousands of pounds a year in lost pension income.
Not many people realise that their pension fund is their largest financial asset. For many people, its value can be much greater even than their home. If you are a member of a public sector pension scheme (such as a teacher or a doctor, government employee, police, or dentist) you will be a member of the best type of scheme. Your benefits will be guaranteed and linked to your length of service and salary, rather than being at the mercy of the performance of the risky stock market, and you had the opportunity to contribute additionally (AVC) with benefits such as matching contributions. Other schemes, such as FSAVCs Free Standing Voluntary Contributions) were not protected, had high costs, and resulted in massive underperformance and losses in the pension fund.
FSAVC pensions are where some of the most substantial losses were, and the regulator deemed them unsuitable in most cases. Greg is a specialist in pursuing these complex cases and ensuring a fair outcome for his customers. One client received over £90,000 for her mis-sold FSAVC.
Personal service, expert advice
Do you think that you are a victim of financial mis-selling? Greg can help. Greg Vaughan Financial Services, a claims management company authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, has been helping people just like you recover their financial losses for over fifteen years. Greg has won millions of pounds in compensation for his clients, with individual wins up to £90,000. Click here to see the evidence.
Please fill out the form to the right and Greg will get in touch with you directly if you need expert advice on any of the following pensions mis-selling topics (click through to read more about each one):
If you need advice about anything else, please contact Greg directly.
A “No Win, No Fee” Service
If you decide to engage Greg Vaughan Financial Services, a success fee will be payable if you are awarded compensation. This is set at 22.5% plus VAT of any compensation awarded. There are no other fees or charges and you will not pay a fee if your case is unsuccessful.
For example: if you receive compensation of the following amounts you will be invoiced as follows:
Compensation of £1,000: Fee= £225 VAT on fee= £45. Total fee including VAT= £270
Compensation of £3,000: Fee= £675 VAT on fee=£135. Total fee including VAT=£810.
Compensation of £10,000:Fee= £2,250 VAT on fee=£450. Total fee including VAT=£2,700.
These examples are not estimates of the amount of compensation that may be awarded. They are illustrative only. Your compensation and fee may be more or less than these illustrations.
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