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"Bad advice cost me £350,000 and now I want it back"

Stomach-churning losses are a bitter pill unlucky investors often swallow in silence. But if you've been mis-sold a bad investment, you should speak up. Unfortunately, forming a complaint can be mind-boggling, but the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is cracking down on the issue, and the Investors Chronicle is doing its bit to help by helping readers fight back against suspected mis-selling. In a new series, we show you how to safeguard against buying bad advice, how to spot when you've been mis-sold an investment and what you can do to claw back losses if your independent financial adviser (IFA) is at fault.

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By Katie Morley,
12 February 2013

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