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AIGO Funds


Sadly, it’s now becoming more of a common thing for people who have been mis-sold the AIGO Fund to approach the team of claim handlers here at My Claim Helper to find out if they have grounds for a claim.

This high-risk investment was so widely mis-sold that many people do, in fact have a strong basis for a claim. However, there’s also a lot of people out there who were mis-sold, but who may not yet know it, or who simply don’t know what to do about getting back the money they lost as a result.

As with all investments, there’s always going to be a certain element of risk involved, and there are definitely no guarantees.

Although the job of a financial advisor is to protect investors from making bad choices when it comes to investments – especially high-risk ones like the AIGO fund – many of them have been falling short on this and have actually been giving downright bad advice to their clients regarding their investments.

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To help you check if you have been mis-sold your AIGO investment, we’ve listed some information below for you to consider.

  • You didn’t get all the facts before investing: when investing in anything, it’s crucial to get all the information about that investment so that you can be as protected as possible, and that’s most certainly the job of a financial advisor or investment company. However, many people who invested in the AIGO fund simply weren’t given enough information about this investment, or they weren’t given the right information relevant to their circumstances.
  • The risks weren’t explained: the AIGO fund is a high-risk investment and this should have been explained to you at the time as well as your financial advisor ensuring that you were a high net-worth individual and sophisticated investor.

If none of these above measures were taken at the time when you were advised to invest in the AIGO fund, then you may have been dealing with a negligent or ill-informed financial advisor and could potentially have grounds to make a claim against this.

How do people fall victim to investment scams?

Many companies target inexperienced individuals who are not fully aware of the risk involved with investing. The FCA recommends investors should be one of the following:

Sophisticated Investor
An individual with plenty of experience of investing.

High-Net Worth Investor
An individual with £250,000 worth of assets or an income over £100,000.

If you know or suspect that you have been mis-sold an AIGO investment, then it’s important for you to know that you do have rights and may be eligible to make a claim for compensation.

It’s also important that you don’t panic if you do realise you’ve been mis-sold. At My Claim Helper, our team of experienced claim handlers deal with claims like this every day, so by getting in touch with us for a no-obligation chat, you’ll be advised on the next steps if you’re able to make a claim.

If you are eligible to make a claim, then we’ll take over everything for you and will explain our simple process before we get started.

Since we work on a fully no win, no fee basis*, you really have nothing to lose, and our outstanding success rate means that we’ll ensure we do everything within our power to get back what’s owed to you.

Let’s get started today and claim back what’s rightfully yours.

Losing your money is stressful, but winning it back doesn’t have to be.

If you’re ready, let’s get to work on reclaiming what’s yours. Receive more information about claiming, or request a callback from a member of our team today.

Our Simple 5 Step Claims Process

Tell us everything we need to know regarding your potential claim and we'll fight your corner to get you back the money you're owed.

When you work with us in getting your claim taken care of, here’s breakdown of what you can expect the process to look like:

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    You fill out your contact details on our website.

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    We’ll give you a call back at your chosen time to have a chat and determine if you’re able to make a claim.

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    If you’re able to claim, we take over all of the complicated paperwork for you.

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    We then get in touch with those who mis-sold or misinformed you and deal with them until we get back what’s owed to you.

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    If we succeed, your money is then paid to you through either the IFA, FOS, FSCS, or SIPP provider. That’s it, now you’ve got back what’s rightfully yours and you don’t have to deal with these companies again.

At My Claim Helper, our customers are at the heart of everything we do and why we do it. The fact that we go above and beyond to ensure our customers get exactly what they’re owed is probably a big factor in why we’ve never lost a claim to date.

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