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Please could you tell me how I can speak to an advisor. I do not want to trawl though these topics, I have already wasted so much time on that without clear answers. I just want to speak to someone about a question regarding my investments. 

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42 minutes ago, xxxxxxxxxxx said:

Please could you tell me how I can speak to an advisor. I do not want to trawl though these topics, I have already wasted so much time on that without clear answers. I just want to speak to someone about a question regarding my investments. 

Thanks for your post. 

Please put your question and @CharlotteIG and I will be able to help or message me. 

All the best 

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