|PrimeOverseas.com aka Prime Properties Group Plc|
|Prime have conned alot of people with help from their association with Deloitte's Alan Fendall, who was involved with filing fraudulent Companie |
|11th of Jul, 2012 by Tom Cahill |
I am happy to be in a position to note the details of this company for the benefit of the public, as I became intimately familair with them some time back. It is important to add that the issues mentioned here, are the subject of an Affidavit, which was sworn by me in May 2011.
Prime's directors are operating a criminal organisation. They took money from - mainly old people - on false pretenses, apparently for properties abroad, which were to be procured on an off-contract basis. I spent a great deal of time investigating them and their associated companies and conspiratorial parties, on behalf of an octarian, who had paid a lot of money to them. They periodically called him to abuse him, then try and get him to pay into further schemes, "which were better", or he'd "lose everything". This harrassment was not isolated. They, along with other shysters, had the poor man on the phone from morning til night, as he'd had his details sold, and was on a "sucker list", so was never left in peace. He was too polite to tell them to "fuck off", which lead to a non-stop barrage of calls, from all over the globe, seeing as he'd invested considerably, in the past, and they had figured that he might still have some of his previous million or so. All of this considerable fortune went down the drain, and Prime were just one, of a great deal of culpable parties. The old man died, so the evidence which would have been utilzed as the basis of a claim, all came to nothing. I tried to promote the fact that there is a great deal of evidence against them, on Motley Fool and Money Expert, but they took the adverts down. I was shocked at how fast. All of what I've compiled has been submitted to Prime, and generally speaking, sworn statements, attesting to crime, are not something the companies like to leave unrebutted, but that was their prescribed cours of action.
Prime Properties Group Plc Prime
Raymond Bratt (Dir.)
Geoffrey Bruce (Dir.)
Martyn Pond (Mgr.)
If you have been unfortunate enought to have invested money into Prime, and are unsure of how to procceed, I'm happy to email you all of what I have. I am also happy to pick up where I left off with the poor old man, who died in a state of depression, following a previously healthy life. There was money in their wider group, they are personally liable and with assets, and there ARE liable associated collaborators, who are well insured. Your £50-£200k, is not a lot of money to them.
Prime were turning over £30 million at one point, and they were "having problems" with all of their projects, so there are a lot of you out there.
Contact me at any time,
0207 263 21 08
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|Apparently there's a court case that's started which is targetting Prime, and its directors (personally). I was quite disapointed that this was already well underway, and that a lot of people had paid a lot in fees. All of this, according to the man with the report, was totally avoiding the big fish, who audited their accounts as good when they weren't.|
AUDITING accounts is not the same as getting your samll business accounts signed off. If you get an audit, then the accountant puts the liability on themselves, and undertakes to check all of the details, so that they are happy with them. This is not the same as the company director agreeing that the figures are all that there is to consider, etc..
Alan Fendal's published Companies House Accounts, were placed in the public domain, and relied on to give the impression that the company was trading on a sound basis.
I'll state here, so that there's no accusations of me being impartial. I don't like people from Warrington (to date, without exception). They are vermin. When I spoke with the Prime directors, I found to my discust that they were definitely speaking with that accent; what's more they were prone to hysterical outbursts, thought they could bully me, and also thought that constant sarcasm was appropriate. Alan Fendall's also from Warrington, I think, and they're clearly a little Warrington clicke. Alan's boss Patrick Loftus was alway pleasant and polite, but this angle, and the liability that his subordinate has bought upon them, remains, and its where the clever money would be focusing its attention.
There is no need to be tied into the general litigation to retain your funds, or, have the courts enfource your contractual rights, as per delivery of your property ("specific performance"), plus "expectation loss", because Deloitte's desire to not become involved, is clearly a very high priority.
Deloitte have professional indemnity insurance. It is true that this may be deemed not to cover deliberate underhanded behaviour, and indeed this might reasonably be expected to be their response. The ultimate end goal, though, will not be effected by this. The insurance will not throw the towel in, and will have to take on lawyers in Deloitte's defence pre-trial. They will catalouge all of the problems with their behaviour and present them, over the coure of an initial dialouge, along with lots of threats about the cost of any litigation.
Between the two of them, through either the county court, or the court of public opinion, these parties are better off paying though, so they will not want the dialouge to escelate to a public forum in reality.
There is a big wadge of cash waiting for the Jonny Come Earlies, and it doesn't even have to cost you anything substantial, or carry any large risks.
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