Glenda MartinTHEIF

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PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THIS WOMAN YOUR MONEY, we had invested 80000 pounds with her husbands company Adrian Martin and our money also went into her company GEM construction(Glenda Elizabeth Martin)i would advise you to keep well clear of these people, they tell lie's.This company is now being investigated by the CID(FRAUD).This woman's (company) owe's well over a million pounds to good decent hard working trades men, sub contractors, building suppliers i guess anybody that they have done business with in the pass 5 years they have coned.This company has now went into liquidation and they will start a again under a new name.Please be careful and do not give her your money she say's she is a woman of GOD, i totally disagree., money is their god.


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    oiuy Apr 17, 2012

    All accusations on this site in relation to adrian martin and glenda martin gem construction and bmd have been investigated by 1. the Ulster bank 2 Independent administrators 3. independent insolvency practitioners 4. the police 5. the public prosecution service. All financial records are in the public domain from 2000 and have been exonerated by all of the above and indeed two of the above have placed blame squarely with the banks. Furthermore the solicitor and accountant involved with all investments have also been exonerated by the PPS. The accusations are inaccurate and unfounded and the defamation and intent are now the subject of a legal and libel process

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