Darren Byworth from York received £23,000 - SIPP
Darren Byworth got in touch with us after seeing our details on the internet. He was advised to transfer his private pension into a SIPP with Greyfriars Asset Management. The pension was then invested into high risk funds leading to significant losses to his retirement fund.
We took Darren`s case to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and secured him a refund of just over £23,000.
Darren commented: `Great service, very pleased with the end result on a mis sold pension plan. Kept up to date at all times`
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