Evolution Liverpool: Have You Been 'HOAX'ed?

by NWIC Action Group


Did you invest in the 'Evolution Liverpool' development? Our lawyers have already put claims forward for other investors and want to hear from you.

This development was actually built and started trading as 'HOAX Liverpool', yet still, the investors who paid for it have somehow ended up without a penny! Hard to believe but true.

This is the site for the hostel, now happily trading: www.hoaxliverpool.com 

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Defendant solicitors appointed for Wilsons

by NWIC Action Group


Our solicitors have now heard from the lawyers appointed by Wilsons insurers. They are a firm called Robin Simon, and are a specialist insurance defence firm.

If you invested in a development backed by NWIC insurance bonds, and Wilsons solicitors acted on your behalf, please get in touch urgently as we hope to be forming our action group against Wilsons solicitor soon. 

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Docklands Liquidation Update

by NWIC Action Group


Our lawyers have had advance sight of the letter which the WIDR liquidator, David Rubin & Partners, is sending out to the Docklands development creditors who exchanged contracts with Key Homes UK Ltd. As expected, they have stuck to the position that those debts are going to be rejected.

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Docklands Liquidation News

by NWIC Action Group


We have had advance sight of the letter being sent to investors by David Rubin & Partners regarding the Docklands development liquidation. In short; it states that the claims of those investors who exchanged with Key Homes UK Ltd are not going to be admitted in the West India Dock Road Ltd liquidation. 

This is good news if you exchanged with WIDR as your debt is still admitted and your dividend will therefore go up (it may be 60p in the £ now). It is very bad news if you exchanged with Key Homes UK ltd as you will get no dividend at all.

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Enterprise House: What You're Not Being Told

by NWIC Action Group


Our lawyers have been investigating the situation with the Enterprise House development in Leicester and trying to find out where investors' money went.

It is a particularly complicated situation, but the bottom line is; our lawyers advise that there seems to be no realistic prospect of investors getting their money back.

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