Loss assessors Whitehall Randall
& Associates have had a very busy year. Their
sole function is to assist the victims of endowment
mis-selling, which has left millions with the prospect
of not being able to pay off their mortgage at the
end of the term. The promised "lump sums"
are distant memories.
Whitehall Randall already gained over £15 million
pounds in compensation for clients who are victims
of endowment mis-selling. They have been instructed
in respect of more than 10,000 policies - and expect
Director Andrew Reed pointed out "compensation
is not payable in every instance but we are winning
the majority of claims we take on. Some people were
informed about the risks, but the vast majority were
not. If people were informed at the outset that the
arrangement was largely reliant on the stockmarket
and may not pay off the mortgage most, if not all,
would have chosen a repayment mortgage. This is however
a race against time. More and more people were warned
over three years ago about a possible shortfall -
which immediately invalidates any claim for compensation.
If you snooze you loose".
Whitehall Randall has a team of ten staff headed
up by directors with over thirty years experience
in financial services. Marketing director Tony Stephens
advises "Our basis of not making any charge unless
compensation is actually received by the client is
very popular. People do not want to pay money out
for nothing in return. Instructing us avoids that
happening". He added "every claim is personal
to us, we don't give up easily. The most depressing
thing is how many people will have simply buried their
heads in the sand hoping the whole problem will miraculously
disappear. By the time they realise it hasn't things
may be a whole lot worse and their claim is likely
to be time barred by the three year rule. What we
do here is literally life changing for many of our
clients. That can be seen from the huge number of
"thank you" letters and cards that we receive.
We know how much people value dealing with firms where
a human being answers the telephone.
If you are affected by endowment problems and want
to find out if Whitehall Randall can help, please
call them on 01322 291566 or local call 0845 6782274.
Also contact via the internet at www.endowmentclaim.net.