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Excuse me for the term naive. But is common sense, you only had to meet the manager of Trampolin in order to see that something was wrong. He really looks a bad guy and so I think he would be.
I have been posting regularly in the last years advising people not to buy here in Spain at these prices so I hope to have advised well to someone cause this huge amount of money was making rich people like this guy (the manager of trampolin) and feeding local corruption and I was well aware that prices would fall sharply and some would lost their money.