As I have received many requests for more information regarding who I am and how I obtained email addresses, everyone deserves the same response. I have been hired to investigate the current situation of the Real Estate Development, Punta Perla. My client purchased on the development in 2007. As there has been no continuous flow of information from the Developer, nor advance made in construction, the decision was made to investigate formally. Email addresses were obtained as part of the investigation to maintain all interested parties informed. Those who do not wish to receive information will be removed from the list upon request. Individuals that respond in an obscene or unprofessional manner will also be removed.
In addition to looking into ownership of the land, I have been to Madrid to observe the daily activities in the office. Limited individuals are seen entering the office on the fourth floor of Glorieta de Ruben Dario 3. The doorman refers to the occupying tenant as GCP, SA. Telephone calls are not answered and the door seemingly ignored. Speaking with one employee for economic compensation, it was learned that GCP, SA acts as a parent company for the Punta Perla project, employing the few local employees in Madrid, the majority of whom have departed the company with money owed to them, including Eva Sotres. It was also confirmed that Ricardo Miranda at that moment was in the Dominican Republic. Names and telephones of additional former employees acquired. Contact was made with these employees in Madrid. They have provided valuable information that is in the process of being confirmed. Others present in the building mentioned that GCP was being evicted by the owner for failure to pay rent for over 4 months.
There is a team investigating in the Dominican Republic where there appears to be similar issues and serious problems with employees. Additionally, there appears to be serious doubt as to the land ownership, which above all will be very important in regards to the situation of the investors.
Updated, December 02, 2010
I am sorry I am unable to respond to each of you individually, yet I would like to make a couple more observations based on emails I have received. My client does not desire to be known as the individual who instigated this investigation; what is desired is that after so many years of being uninformed, those who desire to receive updates, are regularly made aware of information discovered. For the good of the investigation, it is best that particular details remain confidential at the moment.
With that and for the lack of any other relevant confirmed information at the moment, all I can report is that there will be a case being heard today, December 2, 2010, for the eviction of Mr. Miranda from his home due to failure to pay. As more information resulting from the investigations being carried out in Spain and the Dominican Republic is verified, all will be duly informed of the findings.