Via financial advisers, up to six thousand people, mainly from the UK, paid £400,000,000 into Harlequin’s Caribbean property investments. With the backing of ‘guaranteed returns’ of 10% a year and celebrity endorsements, who could blame them?
But ultimately Harlequin completed just a handful of their buildings, leaving most investors without either their money, their investment or, of course, any of their ‘guaranteed returns’.
If you were one of the thousands of people who were advised by a financial adviser or broker to re-mortgage your home, or transfer your pension (Sipp) and used it to invest in a Harlequin property, we could help you recover your money.
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Taken January 2018, Buccament Bay - not such a luxury villa anymore.
Not much luxury anymore on the deserted beach.
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