The Sunday Times had a good article yesterday, about how some life assurance companies may use questionnaires to invalidate claims by endowment policy holders for mis-selling.
If this is true, then it further undermines what little confidence people may have in the savings industry as a whole; and specifically the life assurance companies handling of endowment complaints.
Maybe the FSA should investigate this issue?
To read the article visit Sunday Times.
I wonder quite how low some organisations are prepared to sink, in order to avoid compensating the hapless holders of endowment policies for the mis-selling scandal of the 1980's?