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  1. Derek Makemson
    November 15, 2017 @ 5:45 pm

    I have put all my pensions in this company who put it in trafalgar £120,000 and now I here it is a scam is this ture.. I have phoned STM and was told Trafalgar had gone into Liquidation.

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  2. Jean Gauden-wells
    March 6, 2018 @ 7:30 pm

    my husband has put all his pension into this group, he did it because he assured that if anything happened to him, i would get 100% of his pension and i would not have to worry! we are not rice and we live on the bread line, at the moment i have no heating and hot water and we don’t have the money to fix it… that tells you how little we have, i am not in a good way and can only do part time work, but now that will have to change and i will have to start full time, i have slipped disc in my neck and more will go but i will have to carry on, because our furture is uncertain! how can they do this to people, don’t better that the scum that rob little old ladies

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  3. James Wilson
    April 14, 2018 @ 3:20 pm

    Enterprise Insurance Failure / Green Planet Investment Failure / Sceptre International Failure / Eco push Failure / Kijani Fund Failure…….. For such a tiny jurisdiction hell of a lot of investment failures seem to be associated with this former colonial UK outpost. Gibraltar does seem to attract a good few scammers for such a small and so called highly regulated jurisdiction.

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  4. Glenn Coslett
    April 29, 2018 @ 2:12 am

    In 2014 I had a Military Pension, I looked online about how I could transfer this pension into a civil pension scheme. I contacted firm called Portia Finance based in Liverpool who in turn placed me in contact with a representative of theirs. When filling out necessary paperwork I was led to believe that even though I was a UK Resident I was able to transfer to a QROPS. After the necessary paperwork had been completed I was placed with Global Partners (now Tourbillion) as my financial advisors and advised to invest my money £100,000.00 plus into a QROPS scheme called The Calpe Lite with The Sovereign Group in Gibraltar, on receipt of the paperwork I noticed a part saying I intend to move abroad in the next 2years, I informed the rep I had no intention of leaving the UK, to which he replied ” Oh dont worry about that, just sign, its nothing to worry about” I have a witness to this conversation. Consequently my pension was transferred in full from the Army to Sovereign and they invested into Ashburton Fund and Trafalgar Fund, I have just recently found out I should’nt even have this pension as I reside and always will reside in UK, I asked Sovereign about this and they just said talk to my Financial Advisor, so now Im worried I may be breaking the law on top of having half my funds suspended with Trafalgar, these people should be brought to justice with the stiffest penalties.

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    • Angie
      April 29, 2018 @ 12:36 pm

      I am afraid you were scammed. The Trafalgar fund may or may not ever return any money – we will have to see how the liquidator gets on. There might be a possible claim against Sovereign for accepting business from an unlicensed adviser. Did you have any dealings with Ben Fox or James Hadley (or Tom Biggar)?

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