My investment has gone wrong, can I get my money back?

We explain the situations in which you might be able to claim for compensation
We’ve been asked by members of the public who invested without financial advice if there is a way to get a full refund if their stocks or funds fall in value. Seasoned investors may think that is a silly question; for the less experienced it is fair question to ask. Some people who made investment decisions themselves think there should be compensation because they didn’t understand the risks associated...

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