1. Javi
    January 4, 2019 @ 3:19 pm

    Good news…..and maybe now the net will close in on ‘Casa Moat’, before they pull up the drawbridge….I am sure they will be sleeping less soundly at Calle Baladre 14, Denia now…..2019 will be the year of payback hopefully…


  2. John Rogers
    January 4, 2019 @ 3:38 pm

    Jail is too easy an option for these people. That is not real justice.
    The “authorities” are worthless, spineless and formless. How many are corrupt?


  3. Stephen
    January 5, 2019 @ 10:58 am

    Whilst it’s good-ish news that a scammer has been jailed, not all victims will find “solace” in those words. That is because the scammers are “prosecuted” for the criminal offences – the CPS doesn’t recover losses for the victims. Moreover, the scammer will not be in jail for long and when they get out will no doubt take up where they left off.

    Do you think Stephen Ward really cares he’s been banned from being a trustee? He could easily employ someone else to be the trustee …. “back seat scamming” ….

    The victims are still facing financial ruin in retirement at the end of the day.

    What is needed is for the scammers to be made to pay the victims back their money – with interest!


    • Angie
      January 9, 2019 @ 11:07 am

      I agree. And so do the lawyers 🙂


  4. Sherlock Holmes
    January 23, 2019 @ 11:59 pm

    Just looked up Calle Baladre 14, Denia. I see the Moats are still managing to live a life of luxury. Not for very much longer. The wheels of justice are turning ever so slowly, and eventually they will have to be made accountable for what they have done over the past eight years or so since Fast Pensions was established.


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