Have you ever had an FSAVC with Domestic and General?
You could be owed £1,000s in Domestic and General FSAVC compensation if you were mis-sold.
Many consumers have been mis-sold their Free Standing Additional Voluntary Contribution "FSAVC" by Domestic and General; customers were misinformed about their Pension Pot that was running alongside their Occupational Pension Scheme. Most consumers were told by Domestic and General that their FSAVC would increase their pension pot when it came to their retirement, unfortunately this was not the case.
If you believe you have been mis-sold your FSAVC from Domestic and General start you claim by completing the form opposite. We will also claim an "Added Years Bonus".
Domestic and General mis-sold FSAVC with various different Aspects:
- Domestic and General may not have made their consumers aware that their FSAVC will not be contributed by their employer.
- Domestic and General may not have made their customers aware that they would be choosing the funds for the FSAVC.
- Domestic and General may not have made their customers aware about the chance of purchasing "Added Years".
- Domestic and General may not have made their customers aware that any fees & charges that their FSAVC incurred.
Have Domestic and General mis-sold you your FSAVC?
- I didn't ask Domestic and General to set-up my FSAVC.
- Domestic and General led me to believe that my employer would pay into my FSAVC.
- Domestic and General gave me advice that my FSAVC would give me a bigger pension pot upon retirement.
- I wasn't advised by Domestic and General that I would be choosing the funds myself and that I was responsible for its performance.
- I felt pressured by Domestic and General to take out my FSAVC.
If any of the above statements are relevant, you could be entitled to:
- A redress to put you back in the position had you been given the correct advice from Domestic and General.
- A redress of the difference if you had the chance to purchase "Added Years" from Domestic and General.
- Compensation interest at 8% per annum on the above sums.