At the point of sale did your financial adviser or the sales person involved:
- Ask about your attitude to risk, investment objective and target value?
- Discuss with you what you would do as an alternative if an investment didn't perform?
- Take into account your level of investment experience?
- Discuss alternative products with you?
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of your product in full?
So what does all this mean to you?
Having read the statements above, you may now think that you've been mis-sold a savings or investment product. Some of the biggest banks - HSBC, Lloyds and Barclays among them - have now been issued with hefty fines for misleading their customers; so sadly, you are not on your own.
The truth is, savings and investment mis-selling is an injustice - plain and simple. And that's why we're proud to take on claims on behalf of people like you - and work to ensure you get the compensation and peace of mind you deserve.
If you answered ‘no' to one or more of these questions, or even if you are unsure, click here to contact one of our experts.