- Report: #1158655
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Complaint Review: Target Markets
Target Markets111 Buckingham Palace Road London, Select State/Province United Kingdom
Target Markets Robert Stones Refuses to return 2% deposit for a broken property deal London United Kingdom
*UPDATE Employee: UK Ltd company of long standing
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I signed up for a property deal with Robert Stones from Target Markets back in July 2012. The deal promised a fully furnished, fully managed property in the South West of France with a total input value of 2% of the property value. I handed over 2% which was over 6,000 Euros and then waited for the mortgage application to be requested. Robert assured me in writing that if the mortgage was unsuccessful for any reason then the 2% deposit would be returned. I waited for 2 years without being asked for any paperwork for the mortgage and then Robert informed me that he had cancelled the deal! He gave no warning whatsoever! When I asked for the return of my deposit he refused! This man cannot be trusted in any way whatsoever. He takes your money for false deals and then uses pathetic excuses in order to try to keep it. I recommend NEVER dealing with this person or this company.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/01/2014 04:02 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Target-Markets/London-Select-StateProvince-SW1W-0SR/Target-Markets-Robert-Stones-Refuses-to-return-2-deposit-for-a-broken-property-deal-Lond-1158655. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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