Martinez-Echevarria to Take on MRI?

Published February 10th, 2012 on the Diarmaid Condon Blog


Martinez-Encheverria LogoI got an email last week from a lady called Maria Reyna purporting to represent Martinez-Echevarria (ME). It would appear to be genuine as the domain name on the email was that of the Spanish law firm. The email, which has no subject, read as follows:

“Dear Condon,

My name is María Reyna and I’m the local associate to the Spanish law firm Martinez-Echevarria, Lopez & Ferrero in the UK.

 

To read the whole article go to the Diarmaid Condon Blog where you will find input from the MRISG too.

MacAnthony Lies or Truth?

Listen to Darragh MacAnthony pulling off the Bait & Switch to get another victim to transfer from Florida to Portugal where no building was ever built.  They didn’t even collect the approved planning permission.

Click Link to Listen Darragh MacAnthony June 2009

If you understand this victim had already paid a large deposit to MRI for a villa in Florida and MacAnthony persuaded them to part with an additional €6,000 to reserve an apartment in a block in Portugal where MRI Construction were planning to build an apartment block themselves.  This block was scheduled to be completed in 2009 but to this day MRI Construction have not even picked up the building permit from the local planning offices.  Not one brick has been laid and the monies were not returned to the victim.

Straight Theft or Not?

Have you got similar damning evidence about MacAnthony and his crimes?  If so forward it to the MRISG so it too can be added to massive pool of evidence built against MRI and their web of companies.

Angry customers call for charges against holiday home tycoon

Full Report Independent.ie


By Fergal MacErlean

Thursday January 26 2012

Darragh MacAnthony

Darragh MacAnthony

A SPANISH judge will decide whether football club boss Darragh MacAnthony will face charges after a raft of complaints from disgruntled customers who claim furniture ordered from his firm never arrived.

MacAnthony Realty International (MRI) developed resorts in several countries from its Marbella headquarters and sold furniture packs to clients.

Hugely popular on the holiday market, MRI had hundreds of Irish customers and boasted an annual turnover greater than €100m before the credit crunch.

It made the 35-year-old Dubliner, who now owns Peterborough Football Club, a multi-millionaire.

However, a group of 51 Irish and British buyers claim that €492,000 worth of furniture, ordered more than five years ago for apartments in Morocco, Bulgaria and Cape Verde, was never delivered.

Antonio Flores, the Spanish lawyer acting for the group, claims “many other” MRI customers are affected. He alleges that missing furniture is just one of the irregularities linked to MRI, or related companies.

Read the full Report at Independent.ie

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