Savers who have been scammed

If you see a pension saver out has been scammed, encourage them to report it to your Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

The Pensions Advisory provider (TPAS) supports people who wish to reconstruct their pension savings. To book a consultation, email virtual.

Approved monetary advisers

The FCA regulates organizations and people that offer financial advice.

Retirement scammers often pose as monetary advisers; have smart-looking brochures and sites scam that is giving, pretending become formal or government-backed.

Expert appearances don’t guarantee that the business is trusted. Savers should seek advice from the FCA to ensure a strong is authorised before performing on any retirement benefits advice they’re offered.

It’s important that savers remain tuned in to other warning signs and symptoms of a scam. Share our template news tale (DOC, 209kb, 2 pages) with savers so that they understand how to spot them.

The FCA additionally regulates people who run self-invested individual retirement benefits (SIPPs) – individual and contract-based stakeholder retirement schemes.

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