Royal Garden Resort And Spa
Posted 27 March 2010 - 09:12 AM
I would like to hear from anyone also involved, please, please contact me as I think a group is going to be stronger than just me,
Also anyone who has any advice what to do next - is it a case of contacting police because I've been defrauded?
Posted 27 March 2010 - 11:16 AM
I am sad and angry to read your post as stories like this are becoming too frequent and giving good estate agents in Turkey a bad name.
One of my agents is a builder in Altinkum and knows the business very well. If you would like me to put you in touch with him then send me your email address and I will ask them to contact you. He would only need the specific details like the names listed on the contract as the seller. Who the builder is etc etc?. He can then enquire with the relvent offices in resort.
He would not charge you any money as he would simply be finding out informaiton for you. We just want to start taking action to help people as the business of real estate in Turkey is getting a bad name and affecting our business. I would not get involved if you were receiving correspondance but you are not.
If you want to start seeking legal action straight away then I recommend Burcu at London Legal international. She has done POA for some of my cusotmers and is fantastic.
Admin - I hope this does not go against the T and C's of posting. Please delete my post if it is.
Posted 27 March 2010 - 12:03 PM
l have also been swindled conned lied betrayed etc etc and going through the proper legals should've made me feel everything is in order to protect myself.Far from the case.l lost a lot of money which was suppose to have been my life savings.
lt is great to know there are some reputable businesses out there that wants to provide a decent and honest service.This will in time attract the punters back,due to the good promotions of public relations where we all should work together as one for this cause.And to condemn the vile cancer that has rotted the local economy,which results in a chain reaction to all the businesses.
l would love to promote good vibes for the businesses here,but first l need 100% proof that the businesses are corrupt free and are willing to provide the service to please the buyer in a professional and diplomatic way.
But apart from that,well done and keep the faith,because the power of good will previal over the weakness of evil
Posted 27 March 2010 - 12:42 PM
Excellent post and I totally agree with you. For years I have always adhered to the "well you get good estate agents and bad estate agents" however now I feel different.
In this current economic climate even the builders and agents with the best of intentions hit hard times. The trend seems to be however to bury their head in the samd or compeltely cut off correspondance with their customers as in the case of Dragonflies.
Not only that, for years I had faith in that the legal system would change any day. We are still waiting!!!
The bad amount of transactions is getting bigger press than the good amount of transactions and it is having a knock on effect on business. Yes most will say it is the economic climate however I beleive it can be contributed to both.
I am not saying that we can sort the sitaution out for Dragonflie however if we can find out what is on offical paperwork, then hopefully it will give a start.
Looking at it from a business point of view - It is our duty to start repairing the damage done to our trade.
Looking at it from a personal point of view - if it happened to me I can honestly say it would tip me over the edge.
Posted 28 March 2010 - 12:22 PM
You will need to contact others buyers from Royal Garden resort and spa and seek legal advice.
Do your homework and get a solicitor from out of town.
We as a group of 55+ are using a turkish solicitor based in London,UK, Miss Burcu Orhan from www.londonLegalInternational.co.uK is attending court tommorrow to try and get our Tapu for our purchase's on Golden Beach Complex.
You will do best to get as many buyers together as possible.
Look on www.turkishlivingforum.com and www.AbsolutelyAltinkum.co.uk forums for more buyers on your project.
Local Altinkum newspaper is: http://www.voicesnewspaper.com/ It will also be a good idea to look at: http://altinkum-ripped-off.webs.com/
Posted 28 March 2010 - 12:55 PM
One thing that is annoying about the building in Akbuk is that there are already enough buildings laying around as either shells or dilapidated unsold properties while new builds are going up all the time. A bulldozer is what is really needed and proper planning.
Anyway sorry to hear about your terrible ordeal and I hope that something can be done about your ordeal.
I will still try and do some digging to find out what I can.
Posted 01 May 2010 - 09:56 PM