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spygirl
3 hours ago, spygirl said:

https://www.hadrianstower.com/invest-here/

Purchase Price: £300,000
25% Deposit for BTL Mortgage: £75,000
Mortgage Amount: £225,000
Annual Mortgage Payment (at 3.5%): £7,875
Annual Rent: £11,600 (£966 per month)
Gross Annual Profit: £3,725
Gross Yield 5%
5 Year Rent Profit: £18,625
5 Year Capital Appreciation at 2%: £30,000
Total 5 Year Profit on Investment: £48,625

One thing missing- service charge.

247 concierge, room service - wheres that paid?

I've looked on website - nadah.

 

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eek
4 minutes ago, spygirl said:

One thing missing- service charge.

247 concierge, room service - wheres that paid?

I've looked on website - nadah.

 

£300 a month minimum I would expect...

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Im expecting this to be resolved sooner rather than later.

Id be surprised if there wasnt a fraud team in residence in newcastle.

Numbers are too big.

I expect gary to go to jail; dont pass Go.

LCF investors in line for £120m government compensation

Treasury to pay bondholders who lost savings when minibond company collapsed

https://www.ft.com/content/d3b53f57-fb39-4ab4-acb3-48edf459b056

 

 

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spygirl
5 hours ago, wherebee said:

why?  That headline actually should be "government to tax tax money from poor people buying fags and give it to rich people who didn't do their due diligence properly"

Bit like that.

There appears to be some murky on what the FSA allowed.

Lsl put regulated by the FSA as a scam.

I'm ok with some compensation for messes.

However the people involved- directors n ifas need stripping of everything and all money clawed back.

Have dome kind of mega-vraud, where all recipients of cash are stripped of it and jailed for 5 years.

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wherebee
30 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Bit like that.

There appears to be some murky on what the FSA allowed.

Lsl put regulated by the FSA as a scam.

I'm ok with some compensation for messes.

However the people involved- directors n ifas need stripping of everything and all money clawed back.

Have dome kind of mega-vraud, where all recipients of cash are stripped of it and jailed for 5 years.

No.  If I invest in a Bank, and it goes under due to shitty loans in Brazil, that is MY fault, whether it is regulated by the government or not.  

The FSA should say to all investors - we will try to minimise risk, but it is up to you, the investor, to do your own due diligence and your capital is not guaranteed.

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The issue is that the FSA have screwed up here and in a number of other cases (Football Index being another example) so have no choice but to spend tax payers money to rectify a mess they shouldn't have allowed to occur and should have shut down way earlier. 

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58 minutes ago, eek said:

The issue is that the FSA have screwed up here and in a number of other cases (Football Index being another example) so have no choice but to spend tax payers money to rectify a mess they shouldn't have allowed to occur and should have shut down way earlier. 

They need a finsec equivlent of:

Tobacco-etc-packaging-labelling-advertis

 

All non FSA backed investments/non consumer of any form has a big -

[massive Red Danger! sign]

This investment  is unregulated.

You have no comeback or compensation if things go wrong.

You should have 100k in free cash outside of pension and house.

If you believe you are being miss old this product ring xxxxx.

 

This would be required to be front on the front of all unregulated prospectuses.

Failure to comply results in a lifetime ban and massive fine for promoters.

That would do it.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, spygirl said:

They need a finsec equivlent of:

Tobacco-etc-packaging-labelling-advertis

 

All non FSA backed investments/non consumer of any form has a big -

[massive Red Danger! sign]

This investment  is unregulated.

You have no comeback or compensation if things go wrong.

You should have 100k in free cash outside of pension and house.

If you believe you are being miss old this product ring xxxxx.

 

This would be required to be front on the front of all unregulated prospectuses.

Failure to comply results in a lifetime ban and massive fine for promoters.

That would do it.

 

 

They already do that.

The issue is that the wording makes it look like it's approved rather than f***ing stupid.

It's no different from the things we've both seen on tax avoidance schemes. - its HMRC approved as it's got a DOTAS number (no it fu**ing isn't but HMRC didn't think how you could turn an issue into your advantage). 

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wherebee
1 hour ago, eek said:

They already do that.

The issue is that the wording makes it look like it's approved rather than f***ing stupid.

It's no different from the things we've both seen on tax avoidance schemes. - its HMRC approved as it's got a DOTAS number (no it fu**ing isn't but HMRC didn't think how you could turn an issue into your advantage). 

Yes.  I've even seen scam attempts where they will say 'registered in the UK' or 'registered in Australia' as if it was a tick of probity, when all it means is that someone has paid companies house 200 quid to hold a name and not much else on the register.

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