Banking Mis-Selling Compensation Claims

Claim up to £375,000 in compensation.

If you've lost out financially due to bad financial advice from your bank or building society, you could be owed thousands in compensation.

We help hundreds of victims of financial mis-selling recover their hard-earned money.

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Have you lost money as a result of the advice you received from the bank?

Am I eligible to make a claim?

If your bank advised you on your mortgage, an investment, or other financial product and you lost out, then you’re entitled to claim back what you lost, including interest, and compensation.

A financial advisor should always consider the following:

  • Takes into account your particular financial needs, together with that of any dependent(s) you provide for.
  • Recommends products (i.e. savings, pensions, investments etc) that are affordable to you.
  • Takes into account your short or long-term commitments and/or requirements.
  • The advice is suitable and you are happy with the level of investment risk.
  • Takes into account whether you pay tax and/or advises you as to the potential tax liability to you and to any of your dependents.

If your advisor did not take the above into account, then you could claim compensation.

Am I eligible to make a claim
Not sure if you’ve lost any money as a result

Not sure if you’ve lost any money as a result?

For you to make a claim for financial mis-selling against your bank or building society, you do not necessarily need to have lost money. It may simply be that the product sold to you was a risky or inappropriate investment.

Find out for free how much money you could claim.

Complete our quick and easy compensation questionnaire to find out if you’re eligible to make a claim.

If you’ve been missold your pension, fill in your details and our expert legal team will get in touch with you for a free consultation, to work out how much compensation you could claim.

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Have you lost money as a result of the advice you received from the bank?

Typical Banking Mis-Selling Claims

Mis-sold mortgages (including endowments)

Some ways you might have been mis-sold a mortgage:

  • Your mortgage end date is after your retirement date
  • You weren’t told about the commission the adviser would receive from the lender
  • You were advised to self-certify (borrow money without proving your income) or overstate your income in order to borrow more
  • You were advised to switch lenders and weren’t told about the fees and penalties
  • You were given a fixed-rate mortgage and told to remortgage to a better deal later, then incurred penalties for leaving the fixed rate early.
Mis-sold mortgages (including endowments)
Mis-sold investments

Mis-sold investments

Some ways you might have been mis-sold your investment:

  • You weren’t told about the risk involved
  • You weren’t told how your money would be invested
  • The product didn’t suit your needs or attitude to risk that you discussed with the adviser.

Starting your claim is quick, easy and completely free.

The process of claiming back what you are due is as easy as answering a few simple questions. We ensure that anyone mis-sold a pension can claim to recover their money. If this is you, you could be entitled to thousands in compensation.


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Examples of bad financial advice:

Examples of bad financial advice:

  • It can be as simple as misunderstanding the criteria you set for your type of investment investing your hard-earned money in high-risk investments when you are a cautious investor.
  • It could be encouraging you to enter into a risky scheme without the relevant warnings or explaining the implications of such a scheme.
  • Suggesting a tax avoidance scheme which HMRC subsequently close down
  • Alternatively, it can be promoting inappropriate schemes without checking their provenance or performance history
  • It can be the basic failure to ensure that you can afford the investment
  • Even advising you to invest in unsuitable pensions or Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPS).
Examples of bad financial advice

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