Not sure if you were ever sold an FSAVC (Free Standing Additional Voluntary Contribution)? We can find out for you, even if you have no documentation of the pension.
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An FSAVC is a separate, additional pension plan away from your employer's pension. They were set up for people that wanted to put extra money away for their retirement.
Unfortunately, the way these FSAVCs were arranged, meant that the plan holder lost a lot of investment value in their pensions due to the high charges involved.
All we need to know is who took the policy out with, more information can help, but as long as you know the provider, we can do the rest for you.
Not everyone is sure if they were sold an FSAVC policy, they are complex and can be very confusing. We are able to find out for you if you had a Free Standing Additional Voluntary Contributions policy and then complain about it.
A personal service with the same claims manager looking after you throughout the claims process
A No Win No Fee Service*
A service where we aim to have the claim settled within 8 weeks†
As long as your policy was taken out after August 1988 then it is covered under the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme). This is a government body set up to deal with financial claims for providers regulated by the FCA that have ceased trading and have been declared in default.
You do not need to use a CMC to make a complaint to a lender or other compensation scheme, such as the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). If your complaint is not successful you can refer it to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) yourself fee free.