Clear Money Claims

Pension and Investment

Approximately 33% of UK pensions have been mis-sold. Could yours be one of them?

The Financial Ombudsman and Financial Services Compensation Scheme are free services. You are not required to use the services of a firm which carries on regulated claims management activity to pursue your claim. It is possible for you to present a claim yourself, for free, either to the person against whom you wish to complain, or to the relevant statutory ombudsman or compensation scheme.
If our services are engaged, we will charge a fee upon successful completion of the claim of between 15% and 25% of the total amount of compensation awarded, subject to a maximum of £10,000.

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Clear Money Claims is here to support you in figuring that out and seeking the compensation you’re owed.

If there are any grey areas and you don’t win, there’s no fee to pay!

The quick and hassle-free way to recover the money you’ve lost due to bad pension advice.

Pensions can be confusing. Between pensions, taxes, and putting away money for a rainy day – it’s no surprise that many of us turn to Financial Advisers to secure our financial futures.

A Financial Adviser must make sure that they pick an option that suits your needs, and that you know any risks that are associated. You have a legal right to honest, unbiased financial advice.

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Signs You May Have Been Mis-Sold A Pension

You may not realise, but that you could be eligible for a claim if you experienced any of the following:

• You were advised to transfer away from a Final Salary Company Pension

• Your new pension was not compared to a low-cost stakeholder pension

• You were advised to transfer to a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)

• Your investments were in non-standard assets

• You were not given annual reviews, ongoing support and projections

• You were transferred away from a pension that had a higher tax-free cash limit

• You were charged ongoing servicing fees


According to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the number of people claiming compensation due to mis-sold pensions has increased. In 2018, pay-outs added up to £40 million!

These numbers have raised further concern over the professionalism and integrity of some Financial Advisers. So be wary.

Each claim is analysed on an individual case basis, as no two situations are the same. If you’ve experienced any of the below, you may be eligible for a claim.
  • •Your adviser wasn’t as experienced as they said they were
  • •The terms and conditions weren’t explained to you
  • •You were encouraged to transfer your money from a workplace pension into a different scheme
  • •You weren’t properly made aware of pension charges and fees
  • •Your adviser recommended a pension or investment that involved more risk than you were prepared for

All cases are different and have their own complexities. Your claim is personal to you so we can’t give a time frame that’s going to be accurate to your individual circumstances. What we do promise, are updates. With the Clear Money Claims business hours help line, somebody will always be on the other end of the phone to answer your questions or queries.

Carpe Diem! Seize the day! If you think you may have been mis-sold a pension, start the investigation process today. If you’re owed money, you want to put it to good use sooner rather than later! Clear Money Claims is here to help.

At Clear Money Claims, our goal is utmost transparency. You'll only be charged a fee if we successfully secure financial redress for you. The success fees can range from 15% to 25% of your settlement, depending on the amount. For more information, click here. In the event that you pursue your claims until the end but they turn out to be unsuccessful, you won't owe any payment. If you decide to cancel your claim after the 14-day cooling-off period but before the process concludes, there may be a cancellation charge. To learn more about cancellation fees, click here.