If I go to Brazil, I will be dead in 48 hours’: What boss of failed £70m EcoHouse property investment scheme told investors

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its been nearly a year and reports are still arriving at our office about Eco House and its scam.

About 50 people sit in a cold, dingy room at the back of a West Midlands hotel. Some have travelled hundreds of miles to be here, while others are local. There are couples in their 70s; the youngest person seems to be about 30.

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England Land Banking, Asian Plantations, and now Brazilian Eco Housing

Im not familiar enough with Brazil to bring much added value to this but it does appear that over the last 24 months there has been a spate of Brazilian land and housing investments offering silly returns like 20% a year which have gone bad much like spanish housing investments a few years ago.

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The Story So Far

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story-so-far-itra-singaporeOur action group was incorporated in 2002 BY DIRECT SALES VICTIMS THEMSELVES to gain evidence that a lack of regulation in the direct sales industry has lead to the public being targeted for systematic and intentional fraud. By 2008, six years later enough evidence had been collected to interest two top law firms, Edwin Coe LLC and Stone Buildings LLC. The idea was simple… To set up a where victims can register for refund sign with complete confidence due to both anonymity and the freedom of upfront cost. The result being that claim volume has been high enough to attract notable law firms to take on contingency work. Should legal action fail in court, no charge be enforced against claimants. However, to motivate the most prestigious law firm’s claimants will agree to award 40% of their claim. This percentage would equate to five times the legal fee usually charged. Currently some of the most influential law firms on the planet are registered.

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