Reaper wrote: »
Hmmm, thinking about it Lollipop99's post is a bit odd. Don't be provoked into saying anything that can't be supported by the facts, we don't want the thread deleted again.
bowlhead99 wrote: »
My 'supposition' is that the previous thread you were thinking of was taken down after a complaint by the company concerned. It's not surprising that business of all types would seek to protect their reputation via standard legal avenues if they feel they were being disparaged online without justification.
Asset Life now appears to be the vehicle offering the fixed income plan, rather than Anglo Wealth. Asset Life is also unauthorised, again leaving investors short of protection. But Terence Mitchell, a director of both Anglo Wealth and Asset Life, claimed it had secured a Section 21 sign-off, which exempts unauthorised individuals or firms from rules banning them from promoting investment products in the UK.
TrustyOven wrote: »
Does this mean that Asset Life Plc and/or the director Terence Mitchell (who are both unauthorised, according to the article) are now able to promote their business and products in the UK?
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