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Axiom - Self Help for Victims
Axiom Group
Posted: Monday, September 8, 2014
Joined: 9/2/2014
Posts: 2


We are a group of Axiom victims, mostly older expats from around the world. We have got together to help each other get as much as possible of our money back. We cost nothing, we are not a company or anything like that, we are simply fellow victims.

We are talking to a UK lawyer about a group action, but so far we do not have enough victim numbers, hence we are recruiting for more to join us. None of us can afford to take individual action having lost much of our life savings, so we need to work together if we are to recover our losses.  Any Axiom victims out there are more than welcome to join us.  

Many of us were also LM victims so we are talking to lawyers about that as well. If you want your name put on our LM list we will happily do that for you as well.

Newport Litigation
Posted: Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Joined: 9/28/2020
Posts: 2

Newport are putting together group claims for funds such as New Earth, A, Lucent and Columna. We want to hear from people who have purchased funds through offshore life companies such as Old Mutual (Quilter), Friends Provident and Generali (Utmost Life), to name just a few. If you’ve invested in any offshore bond schemes, please get in touch with us at to discuss how we might help you recover from the failed investment.

Please take a look at our website -


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