Investing in Premier Children’s Services seemed like a great thing, particularly in the manner it was sold to some self-invested personal pension investors, often through a cold-call that offered a free pension review.
However, it turned out that it was a high-risk investment and even though it offered returns of between 8% to 10% interest (which is excellent) depending on how much a person invested, it posed a significant risk to individuals, particularly if they were not ideal for such types of investments. In November 14th, 2016, the Premier Children’s Services entered into administration, which prompted numerous investors to contact TheYEC for assistance in retrieving their pension money.
Well, we are proud to say that TheYEC has been successful with most of the cases that we took on, against the negligent advice from a regulated financial adviser. These professionals are expected to know better than to recommend pension transfers to a high-risk self-invested personal pension, as well as advice on investing in Premier Children’s Services without conducting proper research and checks. If you are one of the people who invested in PCS, do not hesitate to get in touch with our experienced claim handlers. The best thing is that we work on a NO WIN- NO FEE basis, meaning you won’t have to pay a penny unless we win the case.