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Pension Justice Are Specialists in Obtaining Compensation For Pension Mis-selling

Retirement planning is not an easy task. In fact, for most people, saving for retirement is a long process that takes the majority of their adult working life. If you’ve spent decades saving for your golden years only to find that you were mis-sold an unsuitable pension or investment, you can understandably be left feeling angry, frustrated and worried. If you’ve lost a substantial portion of your pension savings as a result of poor financial advice, the results can be devastating.

If your advisor didn’t carry out sufficient checks of your financial situation, failed to explain the fees to you, or sold you an investment that involved far more risk than you wanted to take on, you may be eligible for compensation.

Here at Pension Justice, we specialise in obtaining compensation for those who have fallen victim to mis-sold pension and investment scams.

Not only are we passionate about obtaining pension redress for our clients, we feel strongly about offering an affordable service to everyone, regardless of their financial situation. For this reason, we provide a No Win No Fee* service.

To find out if you’ve been a victim of pension or financial mis-selling, please click on one of the links below to find out more.

*Fee payable if case is not pursued at the client’s request.

Transfer From A Workplace Pension Scheme

Many people, whose final pension would normally depend upon the numbers of years’ service and their final salary, have been wrongly advised to transfer out into what is known as Money Purchase Scheme.

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Transfer To A Self-invested Personal Pension (SIPP)

Self-invested Pension Schemes, otherwise known as SIPPs, were introduced to fill a small gap in the market where a small number of pension investors wanted more control over their pension investments.

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Non-Standard Investments & SIPPs

Non-standard investments are often put into SIPPs to generate huge commissions through the back door of financial firms. Call us if you are worried about an investment inside your pension.

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Annuity Mis-selling

Previously, a person going into retirement was obliged to hand over their pension fund to a Life Insurance company in return for an income for life. This was called an annuity. Recently the Government changed the rules and now it is no longer necessary to buy an annuity.

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All pension companies charge for their services. However, these can vary dramatically from company to company. We have discovered a number of companies and advisors who charge on-going commission on your pension even though you may not have seen your advisor since you started saving.


FSAVCs or free standing additional voluntary contributions are like a private pension bolted on to your existing occupational pension. In many cases, the best advice would be top up your scheme with in-house AVCs that have lower charges. If you have an FSAVC and would like some advice, contact us today.

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