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Have You Purchased A Carbon Credit Trading Scheme?

Have you been missold a Carbon Credit Trading Scheme? If so, we may be able to assist you claim compensation.

Carbon Credit Trading Scheme Mis-sell

At one time, Worldwide Commodity Partners was one of the best carbon trading companies in the world. Based in London, the company wanted to make the world a better place and in 2012, it even won a mention as the fastest growing broker in WesternEurope by world finance. However, that was a few years before this mighty group went into liquidation. In addition, that was before many SIPP investors lost their money due to the negligence in carbon credits schemes.

The worry was now whether they would ever reclaim their hard-earned investments. They were desperate and at the point of giving up but they finally got what was rightfully theirs. At ClaimsExperts.co.uk, we make sure that however large or small your claim is, we will get it for you. We care about SIPP investors and everyone else and we will go out of our way to make sure you leave here a happier person.

What was carbon credit investment all about?

Carbon credit is all about making the world a better place that is saving the world from unpredictable changes in the climate and help to make people get rich by investing with the schemes. The company enticed many people into going out of their way to invest with them. Investors believed every word the company said about all the advantages that would come with purchasing carbon credits. No one knew then that everything was an exaggeration. Moreover, the claims were a complete sham. The failure was however due to the negligence of the management. Not much is known about the total amount the investors lost but it was a huge amount.

SIPP investments with carbon credits schemes

Very many SIPP investors, invested with carbon credits without giving much thought as to how the whole investment would affect their pension funds. All they hoped for were better returns on their investments so they even added on the pension. IFA then advised them to invest on carbon credits via SIPP and they readily did so. IFA neglected to follow up on what was happening and this negligence cost many SIPP investors their claims.

Though the majority of the SIPP investors got their claims back, some could still be without their without their pension claims. These are the ones we are calling out to and reminding or telling them that it is still not late to follow up on their claims. If they decide to do so, we are here to help them out.

What to expect from ClaimsExperts.co.uk

We are ClaimsExperts.co.uk based in the UK, our work is to help SIPP investors, and other UK consumers win their claims back after a mis-sell and other bad investment opportunities. Our firm is by the SRA and we ask for no upfront fees when we take your case. At ClaimsExperts.co.uk, we will do the initial free of charge assessment to verify your case. We also do not ask for any payment if we lose. Our team of experts will advise you on everything you need to know about making a claim and walk you through every step.

How to tell when you have been mis-sold

You will realise if you have been mis-sold a scheme if you notice the followings things happen:

➢ The money you expected is not forthcoming

➢ You have very little information about the investment or any delays on why you are not receiving your money

➢ Nobody explained to you the risks involved

➢ You realise that almost all the information you have is wrong

How to contact us

You can reach us online, through filling an enquiry form on www.ClaimsExperts.co.uk to get your pension review or call us on 0800 0155 687. If you need very urgent advice, there is always an advisor at hand to give you all the advice you need. You can also keep up with us on social media through Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Talk To Us About Your Mis-sold Carbon Credit Trading Scheme Today.

Our initial assessments are FREE and they come without any obligations to continue.

After your assessment has taken place and if it looks like you can make a claim, you will then be given the option to do so on a no win-no fee basis.*