1. NM
    May 10, 2018 @ 5:17 pm

    How much other illiquid rubbish are they holding that was introduced to them from Harbour Pensions?


  2. John Rogers
    May 14, 2018 @ 3:22 pm

    As a victim of the CWM scam, I have become familiar with SEB. They on the other hand have not become familiar with me. In fact, as far as they are concerned, I am only a “third party” and barely exist. My “trustees” (and I name them that despite the fact that I have only been able to trust them to conspire to lose a large proportion of my pension fund) are the owners of my insurance policy and investors of my pension funds. SEB can, therefore, only deal with these trustees. They can however take sums of money from my pension fund to pay themselves for the work that they claim to have done.
    Having allowed scammers and fraudsters to use their products, in some cases illegally, SEB does not now have the decency nor the courage to deal with the victims directly.
    Did SEB change its name from Irish Life International in an attempt to hide from previous, dodgy activities? Definitely a company to watch out for and to avoid at all costs.as far as I am concerned.


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