Military pension mis-selling affected thousands of veterans, law firm claims

3,600 military personnel 'duped'

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Keller Lenkner UK said it could not yet name individuals or firms it claimed mis-sold products and services.
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Keller Lenkner UK said it could not yet name individuals or firms it claimed mis-sold products and services.

Between 2013 and 2015, thousands in the British Armed Forces allegedly fell prey to “military pension mis-selling,” according to law firm Keller Lenkner UK, which is seeking compensation on behalf of those affected.

Military pensioners were given advice by "unregulated salespeople, advisers and overseas companies, persuading them to transfer their valuable military pension into private, unregulated, and unsuit...

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