Harlequin-Warning.co.uk says the Serious Fraud Office is investigating Harlequin
“I have written endlessly to Harlequin requesting responses to specific queries relating to the legal aspect and grounds for the continual refusal to return my three deposits. They have failed to respond. Hence, with lack of legal grounds, they are withholding my monies illegally.
Further, one has to question the legality of refusal to communicate with investors and what view a Court of Law, The Serious Fraud Office, the Government’s companies investigation branch and other governing bodies will take of this.
As stated previously, once I had handed over my money, I was fully in their control. Today, perpetual stress, distress, anxiety, guilt, shame and a deep fear for my and my daughter’s future are constant companions…
Valuable time, which should be spent on making our new life following five years of hellish divorce litigation, is instead spent on attempting to have returned money which is legally mine.
Even the originally agreed return of approximately 68% of my Buccament Bay deposit (only about 29% of my full deposit) has now gone silent. In accordance with my contract, this should be in my bank account by 29/4/2012 – Harlequin refuse to confirm or respond to this
Finally, I am now also reliably informed that the Serious Fraud Office are investigating Harlequin.”
… recently posted at Harlequin-Warning.co.uk
Grain of Salt Time…
The editors at Barbados Free Press remind all that BFP and Harlequin-Warning.co.uk are anonymous websites so don’t rush to declare anything you read here or anywhere without some fact checking of your own. And that doesn’t just apply to anonymous blogs like ours… after all, US Public Radio just issued yet another apology for yet another fictitious news story – this time about Foxconn, one of Apple computers suppliers.
Considering all the smoke ’bout Harlequin though, we wouldn’t be surprised to learn that the UK Serious Fraud Office has had a file open for some time.