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    A recent court case ruled insufficient evidence of Roth’s link with Hamilton’s. Apparently 2 key witnesses, namely Duncan Moulder and Adrian Church, were not to be found. I understand Church has signed an affidavit with Antonio Flores and Moulder is living in Marbella can anyone help please with an address or phone number of either of these “gentlemen”

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  • eddie posted an update in the group Group logo of Rothschild VictimsRothschild Victims 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    Freedom to choose
    We have designed CreditSelect so that investors with marketable offshore investments have the freedom to borrow money against the security of their funds and can choose to use the money as they wish. A wide range of with-profits, equity, fixed interest and cash funds are acceptable to us as collateral against a loan available in…[Read more]

  • A recent ruling by the Appeal Court of Bilbao -confirming an earlier ruling by the Court of First instance-is to set the ground for future cases on the so-called Equity Release mortgage loans.  Three Judges […]

    • Congratulations to all SLM victims. It has taken some 9 years to get to this stage, but worth it in the end. Hopefully the Courts of First Instance will take this on board and uphold this very important and ground breaking ruling

    • Congratulations to all SLM victims caught up in this scam. Hopefully the Courts of First Instance will take this on board and rule accordingly against any bank or financial institution tha5 have peddled their products in Spain

    • More good meals for the cause. Hopefully the Courts will now take this ruling on board.

    • This is wonderful news about the court’s decision.We wish all the poeple who have been caught up in this scam the very best in the future.

    • To:- A ROTHSCHILD VICTIM

      Your comments about the “winners” being so-called “IFAs” are totally valid.

      The vast majority of these con merchants were not licenced, qualified, regulated or registered, they were bogus opportunists only interested in the huge commissions paid to them by the Premier Group and others involved in the scam. Many were recruited by Mr Charles Walton (a Premier director) who never examined (or deliberately ignored) their credentials – the Premier Group then represented them to the public (in writing) as “professional financial advisors”.

      These greedy slicksters knew nothing about financial products and everything about how to trick people into either losing their houses or transferring their life savings directly to the Premier Group.

      The Premier Group refuse to disclose how much commission was received by their “assistants” – maintaining this secrecy by paying them via a shell entity registered in the British Virgin Islands, a company which never produces any accounts. Over the years the Premier Group transferred ÂŁmillions to this company where the money just disappeared into thin air.

      The slicksters have now all vanished and it is highly doubtful that any of them paid any tax to the Spanish Inland Revenue (La Hacienda) on earnings accrued in Spain – or more accurately, the proceeds of crime.

      Yep. These are the real “winners” and they will probably escape!

    • To:- A ROTHSCHILD VICTIM

      Your comments about the “winners” being so-called “IFAs” are totally valid.

      The vast majority of these con merchants were not licenced, qualified, regulated or registered, they were bogus opportunists only interested in the huge commissions paid to them by the Premier Group and others involved in the scam. Many were recruited by Mr Charles Walton (a Premier director) who never examined (or deliberately ignored) their credentials – the Premier Group then represented them to the public (in writing) as “professional financial advisors”.

      These greedy slicksters knew nothing about financial products and everything about how to trick people into either losing their houses or transferring their life savings directly to the Premier Group.

      The Premier Group refuse to disclose how much commission was received by their “assistants” – maintaining this secrecy by paying them via a shell entity registered in the British Virgin Islands, a company which has never produced any accounts. Over the years the Premier Group transferred ÂŁmillions to this company where the money just disappeared into thin air.

      The slicksters have now all vanished and it is highly doubtful that any of them paid any tax to the Spanish Inland Revenue (La Hacienda) on earnings accrued in Spain – or more accurately, the proceeds of crime.

      Yep. These are the real “winners” and they will probably escape!

      • More information for the “victim” …

        The equity/money “released” from mortgaging unsuspecting victim’s homes in illegal “equity release schemes”, was bequeathed to investment funds which were worse than a heap of crxp.

        Any donkey could administer an investment fund better than the Isle of Man based Premier Group: and the huge fees charged by these funds, combined with substantial, undisclosed commissions paid to the unregistered and unqualified spivs posing as “financial advisors”, added up to nearly 20% of the value of the “released equity” – resulting in only 80% of the money finding its way into incurably funds where it was expected to “work” as if it was 100%.

        Ethical practice necessitates the incremental write-off of these fees over a five year period – and not their deduction on the first day. But then ethics and integrity were not a part of the SITIRs marketing plan which was focused on acquiring the equity contained in pensioner’s homes and gumming it into zombie funds which were principally intended to enrich the fund managers and various parasites and sycophants – but rarely the “investor” whose house had been mortgaged.

        When the spivs told innocent people/pensioners that relocating visible assets from property (which is assessable for Spanish inheritance tax) to some (dodgy) investment fund based in the Isle of Man would excuse any tax liability they were telling porkies. Worse than that! They were assisting in committing a criminal offence!

        So regardless of “your particular case”… . you have been conned and to discover how this trick is now unravelling you should continue to watch these pages!

    • To Rothschild victim

      No offence intended and I apologise if the remarks were taken as such.
      Sure we (mostly elderly people) were all conned, the trouble is that other people still deny it and, as you remarked in your original post, many of us may not be restored to the position we were in before the fraud took place.

      Events are still unfolding and the campaign will continue until justice is finally obtained.

      Love maria

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  • The Appeal Court in Bilbao has upheld last year’s ruling by the Court of First Instance 11 in Bilbao and determined that  mortgage loans granted by Surrenda Link Mortgage (SLM) to invest with Premier Group […]

  • BREAKING NEWS
    The Court of Appeal in Bilbao has dismissed totally the appeal launched by the SLM (Surrenda Link Mortgage) Madrid-based lawyers and upheld the first ruling of the Court of First Instance 11 in […]

    • It will be interesting to see if SLM decide to apply for permission to take this to the Supreme Court. I presume if they did and again lost then the Supreme Court could make a ruling that would benefit all victims of the various banks involved. I am also surprised that the Spanish regulatory body have not yet become involved and fined these banks. If this was the USA or U.K. they would have come down on the banks by now.

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