Swedish Pensions Authority blasts second firm for false collaboration claims

The Swedish Pensions Authority has blasted a second firm for making false claims about a collaboration is has with the authority.

In a statement, the authority said that City Pension states on its website that it has a collaboration with the authority, and that it can help people understand what pension they are entitled to. However, this is not true.

The authority has warned savers not to login to the City Pension website, or any other website that they do not know or trust, with their bank ID.

The authority said citizens should direct question relating to their pension to the authority.

Last week, the authority outed Livia Pension for making a similar claim that it had a partnership with the authority.

In addition, the authority has also today stated that Sweden’s income and supplementary pensions are expected to increase by 2.1 per cent from 1 January 2020.

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