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In a blog on this site the marketing director Mrs Natalie Hall of RL360 says

" RL360° is authorised to conduct business in the UAE through our Representative Office licence from the Ministry of Economy."

This may be right in general terms but unfortunately it is not licensed to conduct insurance business which is a federal crime to do without the right license. I would say this is therefore very misleading.........

She then says they only work with licensed brokers - this is a complete lie as I have just finished working for a BVI business with no work VISAs and no license who pushed me to use RL360 because they paid more commission than any other company as they dont have to pay for licensing.

She then says more clarity is required but the law is the law and this bunch of crooks are fully bent on breaking it. They aid money laundering and commit financial crime by doing what they do. The local reps and Ms Hall should all be locked up

Print her comment on this blog and give it to the police to show they are complicit in what is happening "In the meantime we are not aware of any changes to our Representative Office status and will remain open for business for all advisers that have the appropriate regulatory status. "

They are fully aware that they are acting against the law they are a boiler room scam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If I can help anyone with individual enquiries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards Natalie Hall Director of Marketing, RL360 Email: natalie.hall@rl360.com www.rl360.com

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subpoenanotice
#1118451

Please take notice that RL360 INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD (the Plaintiff), has initiated an action in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona in and for the County of Maricopa, Case No. CV2016-004485 (the Action).

In the Action, the Plaintiff seeks to subpoena Consumer Opinion, LLC for your contact information, IP address, any other information which would identify you, and any other messages that you have posted on the website known as PissedConsumer.com, under Review #524221, or any other review posted by you about the Plaintiff.

If you do not respond within 10 business days with your true and correct contact information to our law firm via email (kwpostcompliance@gmail.com) or by telephone (480-588-0449), we will subpoena the records as outlined above.

You may have a right to file and serve a response to the subpoena anonymously. If you intend to file and serve a response, please do so, or notify us of your intent to do so, on or before March 11, 2016.

Anonymous
#992423

God means possibilities

Anonymous
#988690

Nathalie doesn't lie at all, if anything she sells herself short. She make out that she was a average lover when to be fair, she was a tremendous root and a thoroughly above average GFE. Thanks RL360, you sure do pick them, selection by erection.

Anonymous
#982914

Get yourself a nice root

Anonymous
#982372

Isn't it hilarious that the top advert on this *** website is for a confidential STD test in Dubai???

Anonymous
#982071

Families stranded on rip-off mortgage rates: Banks say new rules stops them from handing out cheaper loans as remortgage approvals slump

New lending rules mean families unable to remortgage to better deals

Lenders accused of 'misinterpreting' criteria introduced in April

Remortgage loans fell from 324,100 in 2013 to 303,100 last year

By LOUISE ECCLES BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 00:50, 20 February 2015 | UPDATED: 09:24, 20 February 2015 80 shares 340 View comments Tens of thousands of people are stranded on expensive mortgages – because banks say new rules mean they cannot give them cheaper loans. It means families who have never missed a payment are unable to remortgage to better deals after failing to meet tough new lending criteria introduced last April.

Yesterday – as a 6 per cent drop in the number of remortgages was revealed – lenders were accused of ‘misinterpreting’ the rules to keep customers stuck on their more expensive default standard variable rate. Mortgage broker Ray Boulger, of John Charcol, said: ‘You’d expect to have seen a big pick-up in the remortgaging market because of the low fixed-rate deals available, but we haven’t. This is partly because of a rise in the number of “mortgage prisoners”. Families who have never missed a payment are unable to remortgage to better deals after failing to meet tough new lending criteria introduced last April +2 Families who have never missed a payment are unable to remortgage to better deals after failing to meet tough new lending criteria introduced last April ‘These people may want to remortgage to a cheaper fixed rate but, because they do not meet their lenders’ new requirements, they are struggling.

‘The banks will deny this is to make more money but the effect is the customer is stuck on their more expensive standard variable rate.’ The number of remortgage loans fell from 324,100 in 2013 to 303,100 last year – the lowest annual total since 1997, according to figures by the Council of Mortgage Lenders. Experts say some of the 21,000 drop was ‘undoubtedly’ down to the new Mortgage Market Review rules. These require lenders to carry out detailed checks on applicants’ spending habits to ensure they can afford the repayments even if interest rates rise sharply in the future. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next A view of the estate agent signs in Cobham, Surrey, England.

CRHW6Y Home prices at record high outside London despite warnings... London estate agents earn £1.1billion in fees in one year:... SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share But banks and building societies have been accused of turning away homeowners even when their repayments on a new loan would be cheaper. Paula Higgins, of the campaign group HomeOwners’ Alliance, said: ‘Many people are in a mortgage trap.

When they first moved house and took out the mortgage, they were told they could afford it. But now, when they try to get a new deal they are told they can no longer afford that loan, despite keeping up with the repayments. ‘The consequence is that they are paying more than they should be because they are stuck on a default rate.’ Lenders say they fear being punished if they accidentally break the regulations – and have called for more clarity on who they can lend to from the Financial Conduct Authority. But the FCA has already accused lenders of defying ‘common sense’ in some cases and has promised to look into how the Mortgage Market Review rules are being applied.

Lenders were accused of ‘misinterpreting’ the rules to keep customers stuck on their more expensive default standard variable rate +2 Lenders were accused of ‘misinterpreting’ the rules to keep customers stuck on their more expensive default standard variable rate Meanwhile, Campbell Robb from the homeless charity Shelter said: ‘With so many families living on a financial knife-edge, lenders need to make sure people aren’t overstretching themselves in a desperate bid to own a home of their own. ‘But families who have already taken out a mortgage and find themselves struggling should be able to access the most affordable rates to give them the best possible chance of keeping up with payments.’ Overall, 676,900 new home loans were taken out in 2014, up 11 per cent on 2013. The rise is partly due to 15 per cent more loans being given to first-time buyers.

A spokesman for the Council of Mortgage Lenders said yesterday: ‘Lending volumes are affected by a wide range of factors, including mortgage pricing, housing affordability, conditions in the wider economy and consumer confidence. ‘Our view is that lending will grow by around 9 per cent this year.’

Anonymous
#981741

How is it big life companies manage trillions of dollars for hundreds of millions of clients globally and yet you few idiots insist on blogging bad things about them?? Get a life and maybe a hobby, or even better get out and socialise a little, find a girl, settle down and live a little!

Anonymous
#981735

Natalie Hall is hot!!! I would leave my ten wives for her!!!

Anonymous
#980886

"Jet fuel can't melt steel beams" is a frequent comment by 9/11 truthers who maintain that an airplane crash into the World Trade Center wouldn't melt the steel infrastructure of the tower. Of course, this assertion has been debunked.

It's become a meme to represent these conspiracy types with that quote.

Anonymous
#979341

UAE and Allah love the monkeys!

Anonymous
#979317

blah blah blah!!!! Its so funny how the people who have *** jobs and no money complain about things they don't understand!!! Pathetic losers!!!!

Anonymous
#873618

I cannot agree more. What rl 360 and their salesmen are doing in the UAE is criminal.

Report the branch manager to the police and insurance authority if u r not happy with the investment return or product.

These money laundering scammers need stopping and they must rebate all premium and pay compensation if u report them as they don't have a license (despite what they say). Greedy scamming no ethics, thieves!!!