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Euromedt/turkeypropertyinvestReal Estate

A company previously known as Euromedt/Nour and later Turkey Property Invest based in Antalya Turkey have for several years been selling property under false pretenses. Their director known as in the past, Al James Svensson who disappeared to Canada with the takings
swindled out of people. Now continuing the same scam is his wife
Yasemin Svensson. This person is known as many names and comes
under many disguises to con her clients. She has started many companies
to fool as many people as possible out of their cash. She sells the same property over and over again. Latest stages of her con trick, she even changed her appearance and name to Jess T. Bilek.


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    Paul E. Brown Sep 16, 2010
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    Baris in Marmaris has informed that Yasemin has recently taken off with their con ventured savings leaving him behind while she continues pacing back to Belek (after a few years cool down) to continue the same scams to fool as many people as possible out of their cash who come in to buy property.

    Now having more slick experience at danger, it is believed that her new stage of criminal activity is to play at higher stakes to rip off richer audiance intereted in the new upcoming multi-million dollar Olivia Golf Development in Belek.

    Beware !

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