AIPP expels first member

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  • #53715

    Anonymous
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    I know there have been negative comments concerning the AIPP in the past; however last month they expelled their first member, a Bulgarian agent for breach of their code of conduct.

    I think that if members of this forum have a gripe about a member of the AIPP then they should make a formal complaint and see what happens.

    AP

  • #79223

    Anonymous
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    @APotter wrote:

    I know there have been negative comments concerning the AIPP in the past; however last month they expelled their first member, a Bulgarian agent for breach of their code of conduct.

    AP

    It makes you wonder what the transgression was? – It could be for selling a property during a depressed market. 😕

    It certainly won´t do any harm, as, the remaining members might see this as a warning shot and clean up their emerging market earlier than in Spain.

  • #79270

    Inez
    Participant

    Expelling a little agent in the back and beyond isnt much, Many poeple made complaints against many of their founder members in Spain – nothing doing!

  • #79514

    angie
    Spectator

    Easy for them to expel a little known Bulgarian agent, what they don´t have the cahones to do is expel the known crooked Costa agents that they´ve been told about umpteen times, you know the usual suspects like Awful Estates etc!

  • #79521

    Anonymous
    Participant

    ……….and risk losing most of their big payers, i don’t think so somehow!

  • #79546

    Anonymous
    Participant

    B dreams is only a small company on the world stage but a large one in the BG market, second only to one that cannot be named 😉 .
    They’ve sold thousands of off plan to the brits , most of which are late, nothing new there 🙄 and many where the the specs where changed to the detrement of buyers, typical mis selling etc , strangely all their developements have licences yet their Spanish member counterparts dont and are still welcomed 😕

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