Have you taken out a pension with Lifetime SIPP? Then you should know that it has gone into administration after being hit with thousands of claims for mis-selling pensions. If you are affected, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
Lifetime SIPP had a contractual obligation to protect its clients. But it failed to do this. As a result, many savers face financial losses and have joined a group action claim against the company. There are currently over 3,000 people taking legal action, and if you have taken out a pension with this company, you could get your money back. Just register below, and we will assess your case and begin the process for you.
If the following has happened to you, you could be entitled to a claim against Lifetime SIPP or the financial adviser who advised you to invest:
One type of pension scheme you can transfer your existing pensions into is a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension). SIPPs tend to offer far greater investment choice and flexibility. SIPPs are generally designed for experienced investors.
Lifetime SIPP was responsible for vetting any non-mainstream investments that financial advisers recommended to their clients within the Lifetime SIPP. However, Lifetime SIPP did not always check these investments, resulting in clients making high-risk or unregulated investments whilst unaware of the risks involved.
As such, Lifetime SIPP and/or the financial advisor that recommended the unsuitable investments may be liable for the losses experienced by their clients.
You can speak to Keller Postman UK about your mis-selling claim. All you need to do is fill in our quick and easy form, and we will assess your case and let you know whether you have a claim. We do not charge for this assessment.
Where multiple people have received negligent or fraudulent pension advice from the same professional advisor/company, we can help them to recover their losses collectively. Group actions can be a powerful tool and can have a bigger impact than a single claim.
CONTACT US TO DISCUSS A PENSION MIS-SELLING GROUP ACTION CASE