TERMS and CONDITIONS (T&Cs)

We believe that we can show that the loans you entered into are irredeemably unenforceable (in other words, the loan should be written off)

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Disclosure of Status and Letter of Compliance
PROJECTSLC.ORG.

DISCLOSURE OF STATUS
This document explains more about us and the basis upon which we advise you and are instructed by you to represent your best interests in any matters we act for and on your behalf upon. More detailed information about www.ProjectSLC.org and the Free Review Service we hope you select to use.

FREE FROM CHARGES – INITIAL ASSESSMENTS
Our Initial Assessments are Free, it will not cost you anything to complete and submit a Free Review Application

Upon our assessment, we will advise you upon the probability you are entitled to redress against theUniversity/HEI to recover course fees and charges. At that time we will offer to represent and present your refund claim and will act for you in your best interest using a No Win – No Fee Agreement.

Understanding how many remain let down by the University and Student Loans processes, ProjectSLC.org is the organisation set up to provide access for Student Consumers to receive a Free Review of their University’s conduct and any linked Student Loans liabilities.

Following safe receipt of the Application for a Free Review, we investigate several Key Facts regarding the University you attended. We will confirm to you, the likelihood of wrongdoing by the University.

The assessments are based upon the conduct of a University since 2014 when all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs includes all Universities) and the Student Loans Company were first regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). All their services, products and conduct has to meet the required regulatory standards put in place under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 FSMA) to protect Students as Consumers (Student Consumers).

The Assessments are based on the known breaches of FSMA by wrongdoing UK Universities and serious concerns Student Loans were regularly mis-sold by unregulated Universities and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

We hope you will choose our services, we are independent and we are appointed to provide Free Initial Reviews & Assessment to you.

REGULATION
www.ProjectSLC.org is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under Firm Reference Number (FRN) 538964. The services you receive are regulated and covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in the event the firm is unable to meet its liabilities to clients.

It may be appropriate to refer your matters, with your agreement, to a solicitor who may wish to represent you on a no win-no fee basis. The solicitor’s charges will be detailed separately within the solicitor’s correspondence.

The Financial Conduct Authority is the independent watchdog that regulates financial services within the UK. www.ProjectSLC.org operates within the financial services market under the rules and regulations governing the market in which it operates. These ensure the protection of consumers.

For any organisation to be ‘authorised’ by the FCA, it must meet stringent qualifications. www.ProjectSLC.org and all authorised firms and individuals authorised by the FCA must maintain certain performance criteria and records in order to remain authorised by the FCA. These requirements are included in the systems and procedures www.ProjectSLC.org operates.

The FCA’s www.ProjectSLC.org’s own compliance procedures require us to give you this document for you to use the information it contains to decide if you feel our services are right for you. You can check the FCA register by visiting their website at www.fca.org.uk/register. Alternatively, telephone them on 0800 111 6768 (freephone) or 0300 500 8082 from the UK during normal working hours.

Crashcare Group does not sell, pass, trade or do anything to pass on its customers personal, private and confidential data.

Should we believe any of your data has been passed to others without your authority, we will register a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office who is the regulator of the Data Protection Act 1998.

COMPLAINTS
Firms directly authorised by FCA have a documented Complaints procedure, and a copy of ours is available upon request.


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