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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 older expats from around the world, Axiom victims who have got together to try to get as much as possible of our money back. We are talking to a UK lawyer but do not as yet have sufficient members to take a group action, hence we are recruiting new victims.  We do not cost anything, we are not a company, simply victims trying to help each other. None of us have enough money left to take individual action having lost most of our life savings, we need to work together.

So, if  you are an Axiom victim we will be very pleased to hear from you.   www.axiomlegalfinancinggroup.com    info@axiomlegalfinancinggroup.com

Many of us were also LM victims and we are talking to lawyers about that as well, so if you would like to be put on our LM list you will be welcome.


Lord Pablo
Posted: Friday, June 5, 2015
Joined: 3/5/2014
Posts: 2


You can count me in as I have lost nearly 25,000 pounds sterling. I can be contacted at ceopaulm@hotmail.com
 

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