Financial Mis-selling.

Could you have fallen victim to financial mis-selling by your bank?

 Financial mis-selling involves the selling of financial products – by a bank, building society or similar – which are not suitable to you and your situation. Financial mis-selling covers a wide variety of financial products such as investments, mortgages, PPI, libor fixing and interest rate hedging. Financial mis-selling can result in financial losses for you.  If you believe you have been financially mis-sold a product you may be eligible to make a financial mis-selling claim for compensation.

Has Financial Mis-selling Occurred?

Any time you take out a financial product you could be at risk of being sold something unsuitable. If a bank or financial company have sold you a product without explaining the risks, you may be eligible for compensation. You have suffered financial mis-selling if the sales advisor did any of the following:

  • Did not ask about your opinion on the risk you were taking
  • Did not take into consideration your investment experience
  • Failed to explain to you what would happen if your investment did not perform
  • Did not offer any alternative products
  • Failed to summarise the advantages and disadvantages of your investment
  • Did not give you sufficient time to consider the product

How Can Lewis & Co. Help?

Financial mis-selling claims can be complicated and seeking expert help is always advised. Using our financial knowledge and expertise we are able to offer support and advice throughout your claim and work to achieve the best possible results for you, as efficiently as we can.

To find out more about financial mis-selling or to begin making a claim contact Lewis & Co. to speak to an expert. Get in touch today on 0203 781 7810 or via the online contact form.