17 February 2020 | Comment | Article by Ria Coleman
Dolphin Capital – Update for Investors
Dolphin Capital GmbH (‘Dolphin’) marketed itself as an opportunity to invest in listed buildings in Germany. These properties were purchased with the benefit of loan notes, at a cost under its market value, then redeveloped and sold on with the aim of producing a healthy return for investors.
It is our understanding that investors have recently received a letter confirming that they are not likely to receive the expected returns in respect of their investment.
Our Financial Mis-Selling team represents a number of Dolphin investors who were not made aware of the high risk and speculative nature of the investment.
If you invested in Dolphin, Hugh James’s Financial Mis-Selling Team could help you get your money back. Contact us today for a free, no obligation consultation.
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