VERY GOOD NEWS BULLETIN for Inside Track Victims – March 1st 2017.
UNITED STATES: Chairman of Inside Track Jim Moore was arrested last Thursday and is being held in US jail for charges of fraud relating to Lake Austin Development.
HELEN JONES daughter of the developer PAUL OXLEY, who many of you will have spoke to, has also been arrested on charges of fraud relating to Lake Austin Development.
Between 2003 and 2010 Journalists fought hard against Instant Access Properties’ lawyers to get articles published in The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Times, Financial Times, Guardian, Observer, The Mail on Sunday, and Investors Chronicle, and coverage by BBC Inside Out, and BBC Radio 4.
One man in particular ‘stood up’ to IAP: in 2007 the owner of Singing Pig Forum received many threats from IAP’s lawyers Schillings to remove posts as angry members posted on his Forum – members who simply wanted to warn other people about IAP. We do have freedom of speech to tell about those who have wronged us… as far as possible the owner of Singing Pig kept the posts on site to act as a warning to other people.
Most importantly I want to thank everyone who has been supporting me over the past year.
In November last year, Judge Floyd at the HIGH COURT ORDERED AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DIRECTORS OF INSIDE TRACK with a view to banning them from holding company directorships in a case brought by the Insolvency Service. The judge said that there is a good case against them, primarily on the grounds that they evaded income tax and gave fabricated documents to HM Revenue and Customs.
This is excellent news as it proves at long last that the authorities have listened to the campaigns of national newspaper journalists, such as Richard Dyson, Tony Levene and Duncan Farmer, Merryn Somerset Webb, Henry Tricks and Claer Barrett as well as BBC, Radio 4 and to the thousands of Inside Track victims, such as you and me.
Court backs mis-selling claim against Inside Track by Duncan Farmer
Promises: Brad Rosser, former Vice Chairman of Inside Track
Inside Track victims contemplate group legal action
Tony Levene , Friday 8 July 2011
Tamsin Barks is trying to co-ordinate a group legal action after losses of £400,000.
Inside Track promised riches but went bust. Now its property investors are going to court try to recoup their money
Inside Track victims build legal fighting fund
Buy-to-let victims of Inside Track plan joint legal challenge for mis-sold homes
By Jo Thornhill – 26th June 2011
Campaigner: Former vet Tamsin Barks wants ‘justice done’.
Buy-to-let investors gear up to sue Inside Track
Mortgage Solutions, 27 Jun 2011 – Vicky Hartley
Saturday 16 February 2008 -Tony Levene
Safe as houses? ‘This cost me £350,000′
Directors of Instant Access Properties – latest news
Posted by Tamsin Barks on November 7, 2011
Foreign ‘investment’ homes leave woman facing bankruptcy -Tuesday 1st April 2008
Anger as buy-to-let guru plans vulture fund to buy back slump- hit property at a big discount
Cautionary tale about Jim Moore‘s IAP Global
By Andrew Penman on February 3, 2009
Ex-Inside Track customer takes directors to court – Wednesday 1st December 2010
A former customer of Inside Track has won the first round of a legal battle against the collapsed property firm.