Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Mortgage endowments & Mis-selling Advice Guides

If you believe you’ve been mis-sold an endowment mortgage, you can make a complaint but there are time limits for doing so. 

Which? has guides help you navigate the complaints process, including when to refer a complaint to the ombudsman. 

Is there a deadline for making a mis-sold endowment complaint? 

By Which? 

There are strict time limits for complaining about mis-sold endowments. Read the Which? guide to see if you're owed compensation, and how to claim it.

I think I've been mis-sold my mortgage, what can I do? 

By Which? 

Do you have reason to believe you were mis-sold your mortgage? Read the Which? guide to understand what constitutes mortgage mis-selling. 

Is there a mis-sold endowment policy complaint deadline? 

By Which? 

If you want to complain about a mis-sold endowment and you're within the stated time limits for complaining, here's what you should do. 

Letter to complain about a mis-sold mortgage 

By Which? 

There are many reasons why you may think you've been mis-sold your mortgage. If you think you were mis-sold, use this Which? template letter to complain.

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