Were you mis-sold a product or service?
Mis-selling relates to questionable tactics used by a company or salesperson to sell a product or service eg:
- Did they misrepresent the products or service?
- Did they mislead you into make a purchase?
- Did they leave out key pieces of information that would have affected your purchase?
- Did they tell you something that was factually incorrect?
- Did they imply the product or service was something you urgently needed?
Common examples of mis-selling claims:
Mis-selling often refers to sales and marketing activities that are generally ambiguous, deceptive, confusing, dishonest or oppressive and can in some cases mean you have a case to claim compensation for the mis-sold product or service.
If you have been mis-sold a product or service then get in touch to find out if you are eligible to make a claim for compensation.
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