The Financial Ombudsman has partially upheld a complaint against TenetConnect from the family of a former client, who had argued they had been made to pay unnecessary ongoing advice charges because of a pension switch.
The complaint stems from an anonymous client, Mr Y, who was advised to switch their pension in 2013. The adviser, of Darlington Naley Taylor & Associates, was an appointed representative of TenetConnect....
Predicts 45% increase in cases
Questions over fairness
More sophisticated scammers
Restitution of £530,000+
Run by Money and Pensions Service
1.6% uptick in construction sector
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