If you have invested in the High Street Group then it’s highly likely you will have been approached about claiming compensation i you pay them a fee.

You may have even gone as far as joining Facebook groups like The High Street Group – Creditors Action Group, HSG Creditors, and/or Lost Pensions and Investments in order to find information about your investment.

Know Who You Are Investing In

Lots of investors were unaware that the High Street Group was actually profiting from their losses. This is why it is important to always do your own due diligence before making an investment of this nature. Where necessary, seek a second opinion from an expert adviser. The people calling you may themselves receive a payment for every claim that they make so make sure you can trust them before taking their advice.

We can help get you the compensation that you are entitled to from the High Street Group. Whilst we don’t do this for free, our fees are very competitive. We don’t share fees with anyone else, such as a sales team, who call to get your custom in the first place.

How We Can Help You
If you have invested in the High Street Group via your pension then we can help you and provide advice on progressing your claim.

Even if you were advised by a financial expert to invest your savings then we may still be able to help you. We can also help if you signed an execution-only or sophisticated investor declaration.

The High Street Group – What We Know
Set up in 2006, the High Street Group is made up of over 78 different businesses and has recently changed its name to Hadrian Real Estate. The company generated funds via the use of loan notes. The High Street Group sold itself as being a group of different award-winning businesses that were growing in three separate sectors, including construction and private rental property. When the company didn’t make the promised interest payments and blocked the redemption of money despite a guarantee of yearly redemption, investors began to worry.

High Street Group defaulted in their interest payments and a stakeholder vote was passed in June 2021 that unusually blocked investors from redeeming their money. The chairman and founder of the High Street Group, Gary Forrest, recently resigned from Hadrian Real Estate but is still in charge of the original business. In fact, he continues to be the director of over 60 different businesses.

The Wrong Advice
Anyone that had dealings with the High Street Group or any of the associated businesses and had their pension transferred, then you may have been given advice that was wholly unsuitable and you need to have your investment reviewed immediately.

You should avoid any business that cold calls you as this could mean that they have obtained your personal data illegally and could be giving commission back to the very businesses that sold you the investment in the first place.

Money Redress Entitlement
We provide a free, no-obligation pension claim, providing you with expert advice about compensation claims. If you do decide to proceed with a claim our fees are very reasonable. We do not purchase customer information from the companies you maybe looking to claim from.

Receive Expert Advice
Get in contact with us for an informal discussion with one of our experts about your case.

Call us now for a phone or video consultation with one of our legal experts on 0800 041 8358 to find out if you are entitled to compensation, you may even be entitled to additional compensation if you have successfully claimed in the past.

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