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Mis-Sold SSAS

Were you mis-sold an SSAS pension? If so, we can help you claim compensation – contact us now.

If you agree with any of the statements below, you might be able to claim compensation for your financial loss:

  • You weren’t properly informed about the costs involved with investing in an SSAS
  • You were not provided with adequate information about the product
  • Other available options were not explained to you
  • You weren’t informed about the risks involved
  • You were advised to invest into speculative areas e.g. carbon credits and property syndicates

About SSAS Mis-Selling

Investing in a pension is an excellent, low-risk way to boost your retirement funds. An SSAS (Small Self-Administered Scheme) is a type of pension that is established by an employer, normally for a specific number of directors. It’s different to a SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) because costs are charged per scheme rather than per person.

A SSAS is a company pension scheme well suited for business owners who are looking to maximise opportunities for existing or future pension funds in a way which can help their business. For example, the funds could be used to purchase business premises for leaseback or provide a loan, enabling business owners to pay interest back to their own company rather than a bank. They’re also a good choice for people looking for a pension arrangement without being tied to just one provider.

In 2008 and 2012, the FSA warned that most SSASs weren’t suitable for retail customers, a message that was reiterated by the FCA. Regrettably, some business owners have found that they’ve lost money through their SSAS and that this loss of funds was due to being mis-sold the product.

I’ve been mis-sold an SSAS – now what?

If you suspect you’ve been a victim of SSAS mis-selling, talk to Goodwin Barrett. We’re one of the UK’s leading mis-sold SSAS claims experts, and over the years we’ve successfully claimed millions in compensation for our clients.

Our team of specialist former financial advisers and bankers have extensive knowledge of the complex SSAS complaints process. Our high levels of customer service have won us numerous awards throughout the years, and we take great pride in delivering the best possible results.

If you’d like to find out whether you’re eligible to seek compensation for your mis-sold SSAS pension, get in touch with the Goodwin Barrett team today by calling 0808 163 1659, or simply email us to request a call back.

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compensation from Halifax

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compensation from Santander

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Stephen Montague Having investigated the complaint Lloyds TSB agreed that the advice was unsuitable and agreed to pay the clients £10,700.