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Re: DeVere group cold calling again.

deVere Group has apparently lost its licence in Germany.

https://www.toytowngermany.com/forum...ce-in-germany/
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Re: DeVere group cold calling again.

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deVere Group has apparently lost its licence in Germany.

https://www.toytowngermany.com/forum...ce-in-germany/
Oh, I'm sure a little thing like that will not set them back.
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Friendly advice - I know the industry well. DeVere and all the others (Guardian, Belgravia, Swiss Global, Alpha Wealth) are as bad each other

Trails, upfront Commission on bond, Toxic structured notes (masked to look simple and great - they pay Commission!)
I can (unfortunately) confirm this from personal experience. They talked me into signing up to a 10-year Generali Vision plan; although I cut most of my losses by sticking with it until the bitter end, I still lost money of course.
Guardian fed off that plan by charging it with fees that I never managed to figure out well, nor were these fees ever explained or outlined by them.
Lots of "advisors" (salesmen disguised as financial advisors, in fact) changed over the years and the quality of their so-called services nosedived with time. In the early years at least they tried to sound professional, but towards the end it reduced to banging on "This is what you need!", "You don't have enough for retirement!", "You want to have this plan!".
By then I knew much better than a decade earlier tough.
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Re: DeVere group cold calling again.

A recent message online:

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"Nigel Green has bought out swissglobal group from bankrupt owners Paul Kavanagh and Stuart Hamon.

Nigel green met with the owners last week in an effort to revive the failing business. CEO Mike Coady has been dismissed with immediate effect due to past history of disputes with Nigel.

Nigel commented that he wishes Mike coady the best and is confident that he will remain a valuable ex employee.

Nigel green has a new strategy for swissglobal. Brand new brand and marketing DeSwiss Global Group."

https://swiss-global-group.pissedcon...271501001.html
Reviews: https://swiss-global-group.pissedcon...om/review.html

Website: https://www.swissglobalgroup.com/

They seem to have a presence in Switzerland: https://www.facebook.com/swissglobalgroupch/

Or had: https://swiss-global-group.pissedcon...231454972.html

This says their Swiss licence was revoked:
https://swiss-global-group.pissedcon...261500685.html
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