The Pensions Office Limited operated from South Yorkshire until losing it’s FCA authorisation a few years ago, and being declared in default with the FSCS back in 2015, meaning that any mis-sold pension claims about negligent advice they provided won’t be paid by the company.
But there could be another way…
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If you think you have a claim against The Pensions Office for negligent financial advice, you don’t have to go it alone.
Then you may have been mis-sold, and you could be able to make a claim for negligent SIPP advice with the team at Spencer Churchill Claims Advice.
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Store First Limited and Freedom Bay may be very different when it comes to the nature of their business, but they are both unregulated by the FCA, making them high-risk investments.
The Freedom Bay investment was supposed to build a holiday complex in the Caribbean but got into difficulty, while Store First operated storage pods for profit, later also getting into trouble.
Both investments should never have been deemed suitable for investors who weren’t high net worth individuals or sophisticated investors.
But The Pensions Office got things wrong on more than one occasion, putting their clients’ retirement plans at serious risk.
An investment later sold by The Pensions Office Ltd is created – Store First is a high-risk, unregulated investment.
A complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service by a ‘Mr C’ is published.
The complaint is upheld.