- Report: #983119
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: Lee Charles Wiggins
Lee Charles WigginsLeigh House, Brentwood, Essex CM14 4SX Internet United States of America
Lee Charles Wiggins Cheat, fraudster, conman. Do not invest with him! London, Internet
*Author of original report: Do not agree with Lee's comments
*Consumer Comment: Nita,
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: False fraud claim
He has a track record of opening companies, taking investors' money and then dissolving them.
A number of UK investors paid 10,000 - 22,000 deposit for International City apartments in Dubai with guaranteed rentals, full furnished and were promised that our money was safe in an Escrow account.
Our money has been stolen from the account and Lee Wiggins is saying he has no money to finish the project, and wants more money from people!
What did Lee Wiggins get?
Millions of pounds of investors' money.
Dubai needs to deal with this man and put him in prison.
Lee Wiggins has now not surprisingly dissolved his company GPD Investments and opened up a new company called Carbonu Limited. He also has another company called Popham Gate Limited.
Do not deal with this man.
Dubai Government, please take action!!!!
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