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02 Dec 2009 02:26:

Hi

The bank in question here, happens to be the 4rth largest Savings Bank in Spain - so it is unlikely that they are 'skint' ! 

The momentum for action to expose and bring to book, unscrupulous Spanish developers and bankers who brazenly disregard the law, is building as more and more evidence of their dubious business practices emerges by the day. 

It is totally unacceptable that  the kind of dishonest and unethical business practices to which many investors in Finca Parcs and countless other Spanish developments have been subjected, are still tolerated within an EU member state.

The struggle for justice in this and other similar cases will not be easy or straightforward. What is required is for concerted and relentless group action, backed by professional legal expertise, to challenge the developers and banks in the Spanish courts. We must NOT give up until we win! 

In addition, we need to be proactive in taking steps to influence public perceptions through the media, about the risks of doing business in Spain, which from my experience, is a country easily on a par with Nigeria in the corruption stakes! In particular we need to identify the major offenders from amongst the ranks of developers and banks and ensure that they are placed on a 'blacklist' and that this list is widely publicised throughout Europe. This 'offenders register' would be an effective tool for warning potential buyers about who not to do business with in Spain.

This will eventually shame the Spanish government and cause them to take decisive action to bring their archaic regulatory processes into line with the rest of civilised Europe and to impose control over the dishonest developers and banks who have done so much in recent years, to damage the reputation of the Spanish property market. 

Please get in touch if you feel passionate about this issue and if you wish to actively support action to make a difference.

 

 

 



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Thread: Banks Liability Under LEY 57/68

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02 Dec 2009 02:58:

 Hi

I would like to encourage anyone reading Keith's post below who is at risk of losing money on Finca Parcs to support the action being planned by the Finca Parks Action Group.

Keith has worked tirelessly for nearly 3 years now to expose the corruption that has taken place in respect of this development. He has accumulated a mountain of facts and documentary evidence that can be used as evidence against both the developer and the bank which funded this development.

The momentum for action to expose and bring to book, unscrupulous Spanish developers and bankers who brazenly disregard the law, is building as more and more evidence of their dubious business practices emerges by the day. 

It is totally unacceptable that  the kind of dishonest and unethical business practices to which many investors in Finca Parcs and countless other Spanish developments have been subjected, are still tolerated within an EU member state.

The struggle for justice in this and other similar cases will not be easy or straightforward. What is required is for concerted and relentless group action, backed by professional legal expertise, to challenge the developers and banks in the Spanish courts. We must NOT give up until we win! 

In addition, we need to be proactive in taking steps to influence public perceptions through the media, about the risks of doing business in Spain, which from my experience, is a country easily on a par with Nigeria in the corruption stakes! In particular we need to identify the major offenders from amongst the ranks of developers and banks and ensure that they are placed on a 'blacklist' and that this list is widely publicised throughout Europe. This 'offenders register' would be an effective tool for warning potential buyers about who not to do business with in Spain.

This will eventually shame the Spanish government and cause them to take decisive action to bring their archaic regulatory processes into line with the rest of civilised Europe and to impose control over the dishonest developers and banks who have done so much in recent years, to damage the reputation of the Spanish property market. 

Please get in touch with Keith or myself, if you feel passionate about this issue and if you wish to actively support action to make a difference.



Thread: CORRUPT SPAIN - CLAYTON GES - FINCA PARCS - FINCA EXPERT

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02 Dec 2009 02:57:

Hi

I would like to encourage anyone reading Keith's post below who is at risk of losing money on Finca Parcs to support the action being planned by the Finca Parks Action Group.

Keith has worked tirelessly for nearly 3 years now to expose the corruption that has taken place in respect of this development. He has accumulated a mountain of facts and documentary evidence that can be used as evidence against both the developer and the bank which funded this development.

The momentum for action to expose and bring to book, unscrupulous Spanish developers and bankers who brazenly disregard the law, is building as more and more evidence of their dubious business practices emerges by the day. 

It is totally unacceptable that  the kind of dishonest and unethical business practices to which many investors in Finca Parcs and countless other Spanish developments have been subjected, are still tolerated within an EU member state.

The struggle for justice in this and other similar cases will not be easy or straightforward. What is required is for concerted and relentless group action, backed by professional legal expertise, to challenge the developers and banks in the Spanish courts. We must NOT give up until we win! 

In addition, we need to be proactive in taking steps to influence public perceptions through the media, about the risks of doing business in Spain, which from my experience, is a country easily on a par with Nigeria in the corruption stakes! In particular we need to identify the major offenders from amongst the ranks of developers and banks and ensure that they are placed on a 'blacklist' and that this list is widely publicised throughout Europe. This 'offenders register' would be an effective tool for warning potential buyers about who not to do business with in Spain.

This will eventually shame the Spanish government and cause them to take decisive action to bring their archaic regulatory processes into line with the rest of civilised Europe and to impose control over the dishonest developers and banks who have done so much in recent years, to damage the reputation of the Spanish property market. 

Please get in touch with Keith or myself, if you feel passionate about this issue and if you wish to actively support action to make a difference.



Thread: 13, 200, 000 MILLION EUROS STOLEN BY CORRUPT SPAIN

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18 Jul 2009 00:00:

Hi

I am a UK based  investor who has put more than 85,000 Euros in this project.

I am writing to ALL Finca Parc investors who currently stand to lose all money they have invested in this development by virtue of the fact that neither the developer, Cleyton Ges, nor the CAM Bank fulfilled the terms of the contracts we signed, which clearly state that all payments made are backed by a Bank Guarantee issued by The CAM Bank.  I also have a signed letter from the judicial department of Cleyton Ges  which clearly states that as soon as the contracts are signed and returned, The CAM Bank would issue  the BGs and that these would be immediately returned to us. Although we followed these instructions precisely from our side, the BGs were  never sent, despite repeated enquiries from my representatives and repeated assurances from Cleyton Ges that they would be ‘in the post’.
 
It is clear that we as investors have been taken for a massive/costly ride. Pursuing normal legal channels to recover our money will be an expensive process and take years. We need to short circuit the process!
 
To achieve success against these cowboys, we need to act  NOW as a group. It is my intention to elevate this case to the highest levels by reporting both the Bank and the developers to Spanish and European Banking Regulators and UK /European consumer protection agencies to ensure that both the bank and the developers are investigated and hopefully blacklisted. I will also be raising the matter to the highest levels within the British Government.
 
I also have strong connections with leading UK media organisations/ newspapers  and I will be providing them with all the details of this case to ensure that the public are made aware of what has happened.
 
It is illegal in Spain to sell an off-plan property without a providing a BG. I have had professional legal advice on this matter.
 
It is clear from that the both the developer and the bank (as the financial backer of the project) developer have not fulfilled their contractual AND legal obligations to provide many Finca Parc investors with a BGs. It is not acceptable to say that there are no BGs for properties not in Phase 1 or 2 since the contract that we both signed makes it abundantly clear that there IS a  BG, as do numerour letters I have in my possession from Cleyton Ges. There is absolutely nothing in the contract that says that the BGs will only be released after a building license is granted or that there are no guarantees on Phase 4 etc. You CANNOT suddenly decide to change a contractual obligation post facto! The contract in fact states ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about difference in treatment of BGs in respect of plots in different phases. It simply states that the contract that we signed comes with a BG
 
The simple fact is that the contracts that we signed are clearly backed by BGs. I have been advised by my lawyer that given all the evidence that I have in my possession, the case would be clear-cut and overwhelming in any Spanish court.
 
If you are in a similar position to me, please get in touch asap, either by calling me directly on 00447887986976.
 
Thanks

 

 



Thread: To All Finca Parc Investors in Danger of Losing Deposits

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