The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has dismissed a widow's complaint that Aegon mis-sold her late husband an annuity that meant she got next to nothing when he died suddenly.
The widow and her financial adviser, who asked not to be named, took the case to the FOS after Aegon refused to reverse a decision that means it gets to keep around £23,000 of her late husband's defined...
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