What is financial mis-selling?

If you suffered a financial loss as a result of having received mis-leading advice, relevant information not being disclosed or not being eligible to benefit from a financial product, then you may have been mis-sold.

Whether the mis-sale was intentional or negligent, you could be owed compensation. Our expert solicitors are experienced in helping clients recover losses in all areas of financial products.

Such mis-sales can take many forms:

Undisclosed Commissions

Although most new claims against the mis-sale of PPI have ceased since the Financial Conduct Authority’s deadline in 2019, many policies included undisclosed high levels of commission paid to the PPI broker, significantly increasing the cost of the policy with no benefit to the customer.

If your previous PPI complaint was rejected, or you didn’t make a claim, you can still make a claim in relation to the unfair relationship that was created between you and your PPI provider.

We could help you get the compensation you are owed.

Mis-Sold Pensions

Many customers have been encouraged to invest their retirement funds into unsuitable or risky investment funds.

If you have been advised to invest your pension into a Self Invested Personal Pension, you may have been mis-sold and could be owed compensation.

Mis-Sold Investments

Not all investments are the same.

Some have far more risks attached to them than others and it is not unusual for the risks of these investments not to have been explained.

If you believe you may have been mis-sold an investment, our expert team can discuss your options with you.