Mis-Sold Insurance Product - Liquidated Seller

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Iggle Piggle | 15:57 Sat 06th Feb 2016 | Law
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Hi legal types, I was wondering if I can claim against the Director of an insurance broker for a mis-sold insurance policy? The company itself is in liquidation.
OR is it worth taking my claim straight to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme?
What do you guys/gals think?


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No expert but I would doubt it. The company was probably limited so nothing to refund you from. But do check.
hi ubasses
nice to see you posting and helping
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Thanks Ubasses, it looks like as the company itself was authorised by the FCA when it was active, there is a claim through the FSCS. The director is still solvent and has active businesses so I will pursue him personally first, then approach the FSCS.
Thanks for your help.
well you are free to do what you want
if the company was limited
everyone kno that a director is not personally liable ...
good luck anyway

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