TONY HETHERINGTON: 'I was being tricked into paying up-front fees for compensation but my buy-to-lets are doing just fine!'



J.Q. writes: I was contacted out of the blue by a convincing Kate Masters of Delta Litigation in Spain. She claimed to be contacting clients of Instant Access Properties Limited and said she could get me compensation in connection with buy-to-let properties I purchased on IAP’s recommendation. 
In a series of emails, Masters said she could get me £39,639 for ‘illegal misrepresentation’ and ‘over-inflated rental return forecasts’. 
But I would have to pay £875 for ‘notary and court fees’ which I would get back with the compensation in about a year. In fact, the buy-to-let flats purchased on... read more

 
28 January 2018 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail
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