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Since we do not charge you any direct fees for the general insurance, mortgage or protection services, we will take our commission from the insurance or mortgage product provider. We believe in transparency and will always disclose our commissions as part of our recommendation.


For all other services, such as investment or pensions advice, the product provider will usually facilitate payments on your behalf. The payment fees will be taken directly from your account from the product provider and they will send the commission directly to us. For all consulting fees, you can pay for them via our secure online payment system, a bank transfer or even set up a direct debit if there is an ongoing annual fee.


If you experience any payment issues or have any queries about any of our fees or commissions, please do not hesitate to contact our support team at and we will always help you out.

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