Frequently asked questions
Pensions Finder provides a track and trace service for lost and forgotten pensions. This is most valuable if you’re struggling to find your policy due to a change of address, no longer receiving statements, or if a new administrator has acquired your original provider.
Regardless of your circumstances, Pensions Finder can help find your pensions free of charge, without any obligation to make any changes to your current arrangements.
Step 1 is to complete a letter of authority, to enable permission for Pensions Finder to communicate with your pension providers and request up-to-date statements.
To get in touch you can fill in the contact form on the homepage.
Tracing old pensions can be very frustrating and time-consuming. If you no longer receive statements or your provider has changed hands, you might not know where to start.
The most time-consuming part for you will be completing a letter of authority, this enables Pensions Finder to do all of the hard work for you!
Services are provided free of charge and there are no upfront costs or hidden charges. Costs are met from fees received by any introductions made to our partner Financial Advisers. There is no obligation to further use our service after receiving your values.
All information and permission provided is used solely to trace your old pension schemes. The letter does not provide permission to make any changes to your pension and is for information purposes only. Your details will be passed onto one of our partner accredited Financial Advisers, only upon your authority.