1. No Obligation My A...
    July 11, 2018 @ 3:47 pm

    No evidence of any regulation on his website. No regulation means no professional insurance.

    No doubt he will see this blog, or someone can point him to it, and he can then provide the information about the regulator he is registered with and the license for investments.

    Any website that refers to supposed qualified advisers and does not name them and provide a short bio, with information about their qualifications, should be given the old bargepole treatment. People need to be able to get onto the internet and do research about the advisors before deciding to deal.

    I cannot see any evidence of how this firm is remunerated, the ridiculous “no obligation” stinks of ”free advice” wrapped up in expensive investments.

    I may be wrong, and would be happy to be proved so.


  2. David Brooks
    July 12, 2018 @ 10:51 pm

    You most certainly won’t be proved wrong take a closer look at the picture. It looks like and I don’t mean to bring any ehnic minority into this, but his day job could be dealing in rhino horn and tarmacing driveways at the weekend!


    • Angie
      July 13, 2018 @ 7:58 am



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