The children’s game, “Where’s Waldo?” was a big hit with my kids a few years back. Here is a link to Waldo Wiki for some fun.
Otherwise, it appears from New Zealand’s One NEWS that the Blue Chip founder is somewhere in Australia (Blue Chip hope sparked by frozen funds).
Hundreds of Blue Chip investors across New Zealand have been given fresh hope that they might be able to recover millions of dollars worth of deposits for apartments they never wanted to buy.
The High Court has frozen funds in solicitors trust accounts until a full hearing takes place later this year…
We’ll wait and see if any cash actually surfaces from freezing the lawyer’s escrow accounts for the 2,000 seniors (mostly) who have lost over $84-million.
It does seem that Mr. Mark Bryers is keeping a pretty low profile these days. It appears that lawyers are having a hard time tracking him down in Australia to serve him with bankruptcy papers.
And what does one of the 2,000 investors [$1-million lost as a condition of re-locating to Britain] have to say about Bryers’s moving to Australia?.
“And now he’s off to Australia to do the same to people over there, I just – unbelievable,” says Blue Chip investor Michelle Hickman.
Altered loan documents, fraud and an agency relationship you say? Mrs. Hickman’s intrepid barrister Paul Dale:
“Certainly on the affidavit evidence we have filed to date, there has been fraud. We have produced examples of altered loan documents,” says Paul Dale the investors’ Barrister…
Dale says he has got powerful evidence of a profit sharing agreement between Greenstone and Blue Chip which would have seen money flow to Mark Bryers when apartment projects like this were completed.
Like I said before [Oz Alert: Shrewd businessmen immigrating], if you bump into Mr. Bryers or Bob Bangerter, let me know.