4 years ago I found out:
o there was no RICS due diligence on any of my properties
o IAP took secret commissions totally around £150,000 on my properties
o the discounts were false
o the rental income had been fabricated
With support from Vince Cable MP and top lawyers I am mounting a “lead case” against those who “masterminded” IAP in the High Court. This is the first case which will hold the former directors of IAP personally responsible for their actions.
The former directors are putting up a tough battle – but three of them now face additional proceedings against them from The Secretary of State for Tax fraud.
Taking a “Lead Action” in Court:
The legal action I have begun in The High Court is about holding the people who “masterminded” and “operated” IAP to account.
I have personally paid over £30,000 for barrister’s advice: The Law is clear Directors of companies can be held personally liable for fraud.
I have been working full time (with no pay) for 4 years to bring this lead action, in addition over £200,000 has been spent on legal counsel to bring the case to the brink of being heard in The High Court.
IAP and Inside Track had a turnover in excess of £200 million. They took millions of $’s and million’s of EUR’s in offshore commissions on the properties they introduced to IAP members.
Mr Moore had effective control of over 70% of the companies shares and Mr Rosser 20%.
I am not doing this just for me, I want everyone else to benefit as well.
I am keen to see justice done and I have spoken to hundreds of other former members who feel the same way.
My role is to bring together the facts but I have to raise funds for barristers to represent the case in The High Court
This is a critical moment: Mr Moore has so far failed to defend himself, Mr Rosser and Mr McKay have together spent over £600,000 trying to get rid of me (we are up against some very wealthy individuals), while Maria Gifford resorted to committing perjury in court (this has very serious implications for her).
Someone had to be responsible for what went on in that company.
What you can do to help:
As the battle continues for us to get justice and compensation from the directors of IAP, this fight is only possible with the help and support of fellow IAP members, and I know that you are keen to ensure that this case continues. For that to happen I am asking for your help to allow me to pursue justice; A small donation from you will enable me to fight on.
Throughout the four years fighting this the other side have sort to win through various attempts to drive me into bankruptcy, but through the amazing support of others they have not been able to do this and it is vitally important this doesn’t happen because my case is paving the way for the class action. They know that once I win it will open the flood gates for thousands of others to follow.
Each day that I am able to fight on I am collecting more and more valuable information which will help the class action. I am in contact and helping 2,500 fellow IAP victims and have spent 4 years working 7 days a week on this quest for justice for all of us.
While I am happy to put in my time, this work relies on voluntary donations from people grateful for the steps I am taking on everyone’s behalf, who want to be part of this fight for justice.
If every members sends £100, £30 or £50, we can fight them. You can make your donation here:
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However small your contribution, every penny will be used to pay for legal counsel to continue the fight. As I overturn each obstacle it will pave the way for a smoother class action.
I am grateful to everyone who is helping make this possible and for all your messages of encouragement.
This is where a group of people with the same or similar claims get together and share the cost of litigation.
I want my last four years of hard work to benefit all wronged members. Last year I took the step of approaching a firm of solicitors who have previous experience of taking group litigations; this firm looked at my documents and are convinced we have a very strong claim against one or all of IAP’s directors.
They have already started doing the preliminary work to change my case into a class action; this involves establishing other member’s claims. Over 300 people have already joined up and between them raised over £120,000, this is paying for the detailed inspection of IAP company papers. In addition to taking counsels advice, the solicitors will be looking for the absence of RICS valuations in your due diligence files and evidence of secret commissions being taken by IAP on the properties they sold you.
The sign up deadline for this first stage has now passed, but there will be a future opportunity for anyone who has lost money to join at a later date, indeed over 1100 member’s have already indicated that they would like to join.
With many of us pursuing our right for justice these people can and will be held to account.
We are fast becoming a formidable force to be reckoned with.
If you have been affected by Inside Track and would like the chance to join this action please register here: