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ProACT service aids IFAs on claims

ProACT Legal is launching a service to counter the class actions on split caps and endowments affecting IFAs.

Partner Gareth Fatchett says many claims are being manufactured by “trying it on” assuming that IFAs will pay up.

The firm offers IFAs a package service including standard letters.

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