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H1 - Are you due compensation for mis-sold investment funds?

H2 - Investment Funds Claims Advice – We’re here to help

Have you received some dodgy financial advice that has backfired? You're not the only one in this boat! But we’re here to help steer you onto safe shores. Some financial advisers are willing to lead you blindly into a mess to get a chunky commission and are willing to mis-sell funds along the way. You’re not alone if you’ve fallen foul of a silver-tongued Fund Manager convincingly promising you the world.

When someone you trust lets you down, it can cause you both emotional and physical pain - especially when money's involved. We see it all the time, which is why we fight mis-sold financial investments, whether it’s agreed goals not being properly pursued or honoured by your fund or investment manager/consultant, agreed risk not being adhered to, or any other factor involving mis-selling or mismanagement of your money.

At Get Claims Advice, we’re here to help you get out of trouble and onto the winning track. You have a right to compensation, and the very least we can do is get you the compensation you deserve.

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H3 - What exactly are Investment Funds, and why may you be eligible for compensation?

A fund is a type of investment where multiple investors contribute and take shares and the money is used to invest across a range of different opportunities within a ‘portfolio’. A fund manager who makes all the decisions typically manages it – you, as an individual investor, do not have control over this malarkey.

Mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, money market funds, and hedge funds are examples of investment funds that can be mis-sold.

Here lies the problem – if the fund manager who oversees the investment invests badly and you haven't been properly informed of the risks, mis-sells the fund product, or mismanaged the money, you could have grounds to make a claim.

If that sounds like you, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today so we can get you the compensation you deserve. It’s what we do.

H3 - How do you know if you’ve been mis-sold funds?

Funds mis-selling can refer to any or all the following things:

  • They gave you incorrect or poor advice.

  • They failed to inform you of the risks.

  • They failed to provide you with the information you need, resulting in you receiving a product that was unsuitable for you.

Financial services must be sold to you in a way that is "fair, clear, and not misleading," according to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) standards. So don't let them pull the wool over your eyes and get away with it.

H3 - Unsound investment advice or mis-sold investment management

You can claim if you’ve lost money because of sub-par investment advice about:

  • managed funds

  • stocks and shares

  • personal pension plans

  • long-term investments like mortgage endowments

You have no right to compensation or claim just because an investment performs poorly or because you lose money. That’s not how it works, unfortunately.

Any of the following must be the cause of your loss:

  • poor or misleading advice

  • careless management of investments

  • fraud or misrepresentation (for example, if you were told the investment was one thing and it turned out to be something else, and you trusted what you were told when you bought it – a mis-sold fund)

If you wanted a low-risk investment and your adviser recommended a high-risk investment, you may be able to claim compensation. If they’ve got you to go all-in against your wishes or better judgment, then you may be onto something.

But you wouldn't have a claim if you knowingly chose a high-risk investment and then lost some of your money.

H3 - Have you been on the wrong end of funds mis-selling?

Here are some questions to ask yourself if you think you could have a mis-sold investment on your hands:

1. Have you been advised to put all or most of your savings into a single investment?

2. Did you get guarantees that your investment was secure?

3. Were you unaware of the risks associated with the investment?

4. Were you unaware of what you were getting yourself into?

5. Was your investment unfit for your needs?

If the answer is yes to any of the above, then you will likely have grounds to make a claim. Even if you’re not sure, it’s worth checking, isn’t it?

We understand that it’s not an easy task. Contacting us does not bind you to anything; our specialists are available to provide guidance and help. We know what we're doing, and we can answer any questions you may have.

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H3 - How we award compensation for poor investment advice

We try to put you the client in the same situation you would be in if the investor had instead provided appropriate guidance. What is best for the customer will be decided by the facts of the case.

With investment suitability complaints, we’ll likely set this out as a formula because we often can't identify exactly which investment the customer would have taken out if they’d been given suitable advice.

H3 - We make the Investment Funds claims process easy for you

It's vital that our customers understand how their problems will be put right. We handle all the complicated math and legal paperwork for you and walk you through the entire process.

We'll always explain the reasoning behind the calculation, so you know what's going on.

MAIN CTA: Let us help you through the process and get you the compensation you deserve.

Contact us today to speak with a Financial Claims specialist and let’s talk about just how we can help you right some wrongs.

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