You advised me how I could lodge my own legal recovery of monies over my being a victim of fraud, in February of this year.
However, I did not pursue this since it was too complicated for me to lodge - and too expensive at the time for a lawyer, so I was hoping the bank would compensate me my monies, for the reasons I have given behind my current 3 - now 4 questions.
Am I correct that you are a litigation lawyer - but do you deal with fraud, and then online fraud cases with binary options trading platforms - or are experienced and have expertise in this area?
I ask since your reply does not address my 4 questions, but instead is a question to me of why I think the bank is at fault?
I have given the background context to my 4 questions precisely to clarify why I am asking the questions, whose answers will then determine whether my belief is correct or not that the bank are at fault for not compensating me.
This is why I needed a specialist in this area - even a barrister if necessary- as in my original remit, since my case highlights financial investment/gambling business's being allowed to operate in the UK without being regulated (FCA) or registered (GC), and defrauding the unsuspecting public at large.
I am a retired independent financial investment adviser, yet was deceived.
However, the banks are fully cogniscant of, and I am advised, have whole dept's to defend them from victims claims, despite having indemnity cover......
They have a duty of care, as well as adhering to a regulatory compliance structure for their clients, so why are fraudsters business not checked when banks open an account for these criminals (re regulation/registration, given they give a UK address) - as the start?
What protocol under their regulatory framework do banks have to fulfill to DEMONSTRATE that they have tried to recover all monies, when notified by the victim or though the original fraud/police notification by the victim?
Again a specialist will know exactly why these points/queries I raise are relevant from a legal perspective, since - now having the experience of being a victim of fraud - it is morally unjust to have the layman to bring down the fraudsters as currently is the case - the police since 2007 change in the law, no longer need to have financial fraud cases reported - only to the bank. Action Fraud and the NFIB do not pursue individual cases, and so it goes on .......
The public have been utterly let down, and indeed the Police Commissioner when I spoke to him over my case, lamented that he whole heartedly agreed with my findings, which was sadly the current state of affairs with all fraud cases which is the No1 criminal activity in the UK, and he has taken up month after month with the Home Secretary.......
I could go on. Thus, does this make sense - what I say - and is this your subject?
16.58 pm 11-8-16