We at Spencer Churchill Claims Advice have experience with mis-sold pensions. Specialising in final salary claims, mis-sold SIPPs (self-invested personal pensions), annuities claims and more.
Our experienced case handlers are always on-hand to help. We’ll listen to your pension story, offer clear and transparent advice, and discover if we can move your claim forward.
We can offer support and guidance for claims regarding Tuto Money and defined benefit pensions transfers too. Read on to find out more.Speak With A Claims Handler
As with any claim/complaint, you’ll first need to prove that mis-selling took place. Here are some examples of mis-selling scenarios:
If you feel any of the above complaints relates to you and your experience with Tuto Money, you might have a claim to make.
We’re happy to help give you advice and guidance on your claim and see if you can take it forward. Get in touch today for a FREE claim assessment.
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We’ll go through your options, your rights to making a claim and discuss how we can move forward. And don’t worry, this a free assessment and we don’t take any up-front costs.
Tuto Money is based in Cambridgeshire and currently registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
They specialised in a wide range of financial options, including pension tracing services, the tax-free release of cash, insurance bundles, illness coverage, and investing for retirement.
Tuto Money Limited currently has no Investment Permissions and it has made it a point to separate itself from other firms that have claimed to be their affiliates.
However, in 2017, a former FCA technical specialist raised concerns about Tuto Money Facebook adverts that appeared to be “ignoring the regulator’s concerns about behavioural science and how people think and make decisions” by focusing their ads on large cash values.
The former FCA’s technical specialist thought that client’s were not being given an accurate or realistic portrayal of how much they would gain from a DB transfer because the ads may “accentuating.clients inherent biases towards a large transfer value’.
There can be financial risks in transferring a defined benefit that financial advisers are required to be up-front about.
If an adviser doesn’t outline these risks to clients in a clear way, or are misleading with their advice, this can be regarded as mis-selling.
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The good news is, there are a number of options available to you.
You can contact a team member at Spencer Churchill Claims Advice. The big advantage to this is that our experienced and knowledgeable team will give you bespoke advice and handle the claim on your behalf.
We’ll look at your case individually to discover if we think you can make a claim and then, if we can proceed your claim, work to get you the best result we can.
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