1 Stop Financial Services

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1 Stop Financial Services Have Now Ceased Trading

1 Stop Financial Services can no longer provide regulated products and services, as described here by the Financial Conduct Authority

1 Stop gave advice regarding high risk, unregulated and illiquid investments that put thousands of peoples’ pensions at risk. 1 Stop mis-sold SIPPs to over 2,000 individuals between 2010 and 2012, with a massive £122m worth of investments and transfers made during that time period. Almost all those people that received advice were mis-sold and have lost most, if not all, of their pensions.

Some of their popular investments were Harlequin Properties & Carbon Credits.

If you are one of the many people who received advice from 1 Stop Financial Services now is the time to act. If you feel you may have a claim do not hesitate to contact Pension Justice today.

Harlequin Properties or Carbon Credits, now is the time to act. Pension Justice are claiming on behalf of a large number of clients who have been mis-sold through 1 Stop Financial Services. If you feel you may have a claim, do not hesitate. Contact Pension Justice today.

They were authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 407894 but as from 17/04/2014 they were no longer authorised to provide regulated products and services

1 Stop Financial Services was based at,
20 High Street, Haverfordwest, Dyfed SA61 2DA,

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    The Financial Conduct Authority has stated that the majority of the customers 1 Stop dealt with were retail investors. Such investors have a limited financial services knowledge,so it was important for them to be given clear, straightforward information about their investments. However, 1 Stop’s documents did not meet this standard.