Ombudsman offers recourse for tracker-bond complaints

The Financial Services Ombudsman has said any aggrieved customer who has purchased a tracker bond can go to him if they have complaints about the manner in which the product was sold to them.

16th December, 2006

The Financial Services Ombudsman has said any aggrieved customer who has purchased a tracker bond can go to him if they have complaints about the manner in which the product was sold to them.

Joe Meade said he would examine if a product had been sold in a fair and proper manner, whether the bank had exercised due care in the sale of the product and whether the customer had suffered a loss.

Meade said...

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