Did your investment suit your level off risk? If not you could have a claim.
(PRWEB UK) 30 October 2013
Chase Monro have today released a tip sheet to help investors identify if they have been mis-sold a financial product.
Mr Roberts, CEO of Chase Monro commented, "There are various ways financial mis-selling could have taken place. Advisers, banks and building societies often have their own agenda, and act accordingly. Investors are starting to realise they may not have been adequately informed about the risks of the financial product. Often they may not have been told about alternative products that were available or may not have been told what would happen in the event of poor performance. In these situations there is a good chance that the financial product was mis-sold, and investors can claim compensation. If you were promised returns on an investment that never materialised or even worse, money has been lost on the original investment, then investment mis-selling may have taken place particularly if you were told that the investment was secure or virtually risk free."
Chase Monro's new Tip Sheet will help investors identify some of the situations that might give rise to a claim for compensation where poor advice has been received from a professional adviser.
Chase Monro Claims Ltd is regulated by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities. Mr Roberts goes on to comment, "...as such we take a highly ethical approach to our activities and do not partake in any mass advertising. However we do believe in assisting people who have been genuinely offered poor advice by professional individuals or organisations, often to satisfy their own agenda rather than the needs of the client. Our consultants at Chase Monro include a qualified solicitor, a former financial adviser and others who have many years experience in sectors such as pensions and property. We can help assist in claims against the adviser directly, the Financial Ombudsman, or to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. If you feel you could have been poorly advised and would like Chase Monro to take a look at your case then please contact one of our consultants who will be more than happy to discuss our services and help you claim back what is rightfully yours."
The chase Monro Tip Sheet can be download from here: