1. John Rogers
    January 31, 2019 @ 2:30 pm

    It is not enough. These people have knowingly destroyed the lives of their victims. They have knowingly been involved in fraudulent activities. Fraud is a crime. These people must be made an example to the rest of the so called financial industry. Even custodial sentences are too soft for them considering what they have done.


  2. D Morris
    January 31, 2019 @ 3:01 pm

    Its a pity Aegon weren’t concerned enough about scammers in 2014 when they failed to give us the FCA Scorpion warning before they allowed the transfer of my husbands pension to the Trafalgar Multi Asset fund. Like many other ceding providers they acted negligently by allowing the transfer to go ahead unquestioned.


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