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Devere Group - Devere & Partners Formally Britex International
Update by user Feb 04, 2012
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STAY WELL CLEAR OF DEVERE GROUP/DEVERE AND PARTNERS & ALL THEIR PUSHY, HARD SELL, IN YOUR FACE SO CALLED ***-SULTANTS. MOST OF THE FOOLS THAT WORK FOR THEM ARE EX DOUBLE GLAZING OR BOILER ROOM WORKERS. THEY WILL BLEED YOU DRY, YOU WILL SEE YOUR PENSION POT/INVESTMENT NOSE DIVE. BE WARNED... YOUR INVESTMENTS WITH DEVERE WILL BE SWALLOWED UP IN CHARGES. BAD MANAGEMENT, NOT QUALIFIED STAFF, MOSTLY THE DREGS OF SOCIETY.
Original review posted by user Jan 20, 2012
The real Managing Director for BRITEX INTERNATIONAL IS A PERSON CALLED Nigel Green. Colin Barr is simply a legally qualified person brought in to keep the directors safe from all the repercussions which could afflict the directorial management of a company which has been acting in the way Britex and its "off-shoot "Devere& Partners have been operating.
Britex is now apparently bankrupt.Their consultants who were working in singapore were arrested for working illegally without work permits or visas.Those consultants are now in Hong Kong and have not even been paid for any business they submitted from Singapore,Malaysia,Jakarta or Dubai.
IT SEEMS THAT BRITEX IS NOW TRYING TO ESTABLISH ITSELF UNDER THE NAME DEVERE AND PARTNERS...Devere and partners was originally to be the britex operation in Hong Kong with around 20 consultants making cold calls >>>[ILLEGAL IN HK] to people at their places of work promoting the Imperial Consolidated fund amongst other products from a small office in central Hong Kong.
Many of the consultants were never paid any commissions as their services were dispensed with prior to the commissions they earned being paid.
The company has been operating in Hong Kong since june 2001 but none of the foreign consultants have working visas or Hk id's.There are no local chinese staff apart from perhaps a new secretary now.
The company was initially called Devere & Partners so as not to be associated with Britex which already had a bad reputation in Hong Kong.