jimjames wrote: »
Out of interest does anyone have the address? I'm that way over weekend and may have a little look....
mositt wrote: »
Forgive a newbe for jumping in with slightly different investment warning. Found this thread after googling best savings rates to find out where to invest the proceeds from two accounts which are maturing this month (5 yrs ago you could get 5% fixed interest!) This LC&F seemed attractive but I have learned over the years that if it seems too good to be true etc. and agree with everyone who warned against it. Maybe I need to start a new thread? The investments I want to warn about are films. Several years ago I followed internet links and invested in several 'guaranteed' investment opportunities with promises of royalties, with all sorts of legal-sounding assurances & signatures, trailers, posters advertising the films. I gradually got sucked into investing in 4 films and £80,000, all of which turned out to be scams and the swindlers disappeared with the money. there doesn't seem to be any way of getting the money back. Fraud are not interested. So beware!! M
badger09 wrote: »
Here you go jj - scroll down to the pink bar at the bottomhttps://www.londoncapitalandfinance.co.uk/about-lcf
The pub's ok - if a little pretentious. But then it is near (Royal) Tunbridge Wells:phttp://www.brunningandprice.co.uk/nevillcrestandgun/
jimjames wrote: »
They have 2 mortgages, would you expect that for a property company raising funds?
2) Are the warnings just standard for this type of investment because of occasional losses, or is total loss of funds a regular thing? A good return with 99% chance of success is very interesting even if there is a 1% chance of loss. But a 50% chance of losing everything suddenly looks a lot less interesting!
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