BlueInfinitas Limited and Mis-Sold SIPPs
The company primarily traded as BlueInfinitas Limited, but sometimes used the name Blue Infinitas on paperwork. Two of the Financial Ombudsman complaints made against the company have been upheld. In both cases, the company advised clients to make high-risk investments via a Self-Invested Personal Pension, even though the advice was not suitable for the client.
Were you given unsuitable advice by BlueInfinitas Limited? Was your pension compromised because of their advice? Do you have a strong claim against this company?
The Negligent Financial Advice of BlueInfinitas
There are a lot of factors that can determine whether or not a pension has been mis-sold. However, many of the cases we’ve overseen in the past few years have had one factor in common: Risky investments in SIPPs.
High-risk investments are only suitable for a handful of clients. If someone doesn’t have a high-net-worth and extensive experience with investing, they should not be making investments of this kind. People making these investments should be able to shoulder losses and accurately evaluate the viability of their investments.
Unfortunately, the team at theYEC is constantly discovering cases of mis-sold investments in SIPPs. If you believe you have a mis-sold pension case, you should take advantage of our no-cost assessment service. We help clients to reclaim their pension losses on a NO WIN – NO FEE* basis.
If you’d like to learn more about SIPP claims and how they could impact your retirement plan, reach out to our team! We’ll help you to figure out what your next step should be.