Have you ever had an Investment with Wesleyan Assurance Society?
You could be owed £1,000s in compensation if Wesleyan Assurance Society mis-sold you your Investment.
Many customers may have been mis-sold their Investments by Wesleyan Assurance Society, Investments such as PEPs, ISAs, OEICs, Bonds, UNIT TRUST, PIP & Portfolios. Wesleyan Assurance Society may have misinformed consumers about their Investments that were linked to the Stock Market & a majority of consumers across the UK may have been put into the wrong risk category, putting more of their own money at risk.
When Wesleyan Assurance Society sell an Investment they have certain rules that their advisor must abide by and if they did not follow these rules then you may be entitled to a claim.
If you feel that the Wesleyan Assurance Society advisor gave you wrong Financial Advice with your Investment, start you claim by completing the form opposite.
Wesleyan Assurance Society may have mis-sold their Investments in various different ways:
- Customers may not have been put into the right risk factor by Wesleyan Assurance Society that was comfortable for them.
- Wesleyan Assurance Society may not have made their consumers were not told that it takes a minimum of 5 years to see a noticeable return.
- Wesleyan Assurance Society did not make their customers aware that if they drew an income from their Investment it would put their initial money that they invested at risk.
- If consumers had any outstanding credit or debt, Wesleyan Assurance Society should have advised the customer to use the extra money to clear this off first before investing into the Stock Market.
Have Wesleyan Assurance Society mis-sold you your Investment?
- I didn't ask Wesleyan Assurance Society to invest my money into the stock market where I would be subject to financial risk.
- I was led to believe by Wesleyan Assurance Society that I would generate a larger income from this investment.
- I was not informed by Wesleyan Assurance Society that there was a risk of losing money from my investment.
- I feel that Wesleyan Assurance Society over exaggerated how the Investment would perform compared to how it is performing right now.
If any of the above comments are relevant, you could be entitled to:
- 8% interest plus any other compensation that may be owed for other miss selling factors from Wesleyan Assurance Society at the point of sale.
- We will compare your current financial position to the position you would have been in had you invested your money in the right area instead of where Wesleyan Assurance Society informed you to. In the event that you would have been better off we will pursue a claim for the difference against Wesleyan Assurance Society.
- Compensation interest at 8% per annum on the amount of any compensation.