K5 v Akfinans Bank | Searching For Answers

K5 v Akfinans Bank | Searching For AnswersWITHOUT PREJUDICE

Why is it, after all the fraud, corruption and duplicity involved in the K5 fiasco am I expected to believe that my villa at 5 Demokrasi Sokak, has indeed allegedly been transferred into the name of the former Director of Akfinans Bank Limited, who is also the father-in-law of one of the bank family owners and grandfather of his son and daughter. I am told that my villa which was on a shared Kocan is now on Kocan 8451 in the name of Mustafa Guner. I have never been shown documentary proof of this. Not unreasonably, I would like to see for myself.

Trying to get proof of this transaction has thrown up many hurdles. The only copy held by my legal representative, I am told has been submitted to the court. I am told that my suggestion that Mr Kursat should be asked for another copy has been made but not responded to. I have suggested that there may be a copy of a search on file reflecting this. I am now told that another search can be done but at a cost to me, which frankly is just too high for me to afford.

I do remember Ms Naomi Mehmet obtaining a search for me back in 2008, the fee on the top of the search was 15 tl, she charged me £80. Believe me, the fee required today is way, way more than the fee Ms. Mehmet charged and she was milking it.

I am sick and tired of being treated like an idiot. Is there anyone out there who would like to treat me like a human being and get me the search for the fee the Tapu charge?

I have emailed the Ministry of the Interior. It will be interesting to see if I get a reply.

All I want to know is, whose name is MY villa in. Surely all the money I have paid entitles me to that information.

Or am I destined to spend the rest of my life on the outside looking in. Not too close though as they allegedly have a court order banning me from going near my own villa. The hypocrisy beggars belief.

Pauline Read.

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