@JeremyVineOn5 | 155,829 followers
How do you find your lost pension?

Perhaps you've moved from job to job or you've forgotten about a small pension pot. Maybe you've just got too many to keep tabs on.

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In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
My husband had one stolen by the CSA which is wrong(child support agency) for his cow of an ex! She bled him dry so he had to declare himself bankrupt which caused him to have a heart attack! This was over 20 years ago but it still leaves a scar.
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
I think it’s pretty sad that those that pass away lose their pension to the point that even their families don’t see it. Apparently it goes back into government pots.
In reply to @JeremyVineOn5
Even if you find your lost work pension it will have drastically devalued. The markets no longer have confidence in the UK with the current governing regime. Time for change with someone in power who understands economics, commerce and provides a decent standard of living to all.
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Mine was stolen by equity life and the protection didn't cover the full amount due to number affected. How do I get that back?
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