Northern Rock Investment Mis-selling
Have you ever received investment advice from Northern Rock? Did you put your money in a Northern Rock investment which subsequently lost money? Are you, or were you, a customer encouraged to invest without being 100% sure it was the right decision?
We specialise in handling compensation claims to Northern Rock on behalf of customers who have lost money as a result of investment mis-selling. We have years of experience investigating mis-sold investment claims, and every member of our team is a financial expert who can identify whether you have been mis-sold, whether you are eligible for compensation, and make the claim on your behalf. Contact us today to find out if you are eligible for a claim from Northern Rock.
More about Northern Rock investment mis-selling
Northern Rock is one the many financial institutions implicated in the investment mis-selling experienced by UK banking customers across the country. The banking brand may now be defunct, but you can still take action if you have been mis-sold an investment by them.
The most high-profile investment mis-selling scandals, and the biggest fines and punishments from then-banking watchdog the FSA, came to light during the financial crisis of 2008. The Northern Rock brand is now synonymous with the crisis after it suffered the first “run” on a UK bank in 150 years, which is when customers queue up to try to withdraw all their savings in one go. Since then several instances of financial mis-selling by Northern Rock have emerged, including investments.
Northern Rock Claims
We understand that challenging a bank for investment mis-selling may appear complicated. You may have been put off by the policies and processes involved. So we’re here to help.
First, we’ll need to assess your situation by evaluating the history of your investment with Northern Rock. It’s likely we’ll ask you a few questions about your Northern Rock investment, such as:
- Did your adviser explain the different risk levels involved in investing?
- Did you feel under pressure to agree to Northern Rock’s financial advice?
- Was everything about your investment clearly explained?
- Were you given the option of a “cooling off” period after signing up?
If we find you may have a case, we’ll ask you to confirm you’re happy to proceed, and that you authorise us to act for you. We can then make a claim to Northern Rock on your behalf. Our fees are only payable if Northern Rock agrees to pay you compensation.
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