Graham Thompson

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http://www.grahamthompson.com 
Main Office:
Sassoon House, Shirley Street & Victoria Avenue P. O. Box N-272 | Nassau | New Providence |
Phone: 242-322-4130  | Fax: 242-328-1069 

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- Reviewed on March 11, 2019

Advice to law firm management: Ms. Whitehead, Attached please find a title search done by a title company in Florida. As you can see by the title search, there is a clear dual chain that was found in the records. If Graham Thompson & Co and Mr. Wells would have completed a proper title search, the dual chain would have been discovered and OPAL would not be involved in this giant mess. Please advise as to why this was never discovered prior to OPAL purchasing the property.

Pros: None, this firm is collectively frauding United State citizens on numerous Real Estate transactions. They transfered my case from partner from partner and than they claimed conflict of interest.

Cons: Before dealing with this corrupt law firm or planning to purchase a vacant land in the nation of The Bahamas; you should read how I got fraud by Graham Thompson & Co Bahamas. The letter below explaining the fraud and how I got scammed by Graham Thompson & Co. From: Paul Kogan, Esq. Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 4:24 PM To: HaraNN@state.gov Subject: Polly Cay - Graham Thompson Mr. Hara, Please be advised that I represent Mr. Eyal Waters. The Embassy and Mr. Waters have been communicating concerning Mr. Waters purchase of real property in the Bahamas several years ago and the current litigation that he is experiencing. As you are aware, Mr. Waters retained the service of Graham Thompson & Co to represent him in the purchase of the Property. After visiting the US Embassy website and reviewing the Real Estate Matters disclosure and a list of Attorneys and Lawyers in the Bahamas, Mr. Waters retained the service of GTC to help him with the purchase of the Property. During the three years that it took to purchase the property, GTC represented that Mr. Waters was receiving good and marketable title and that it conducted a thorough title search. After Mr. Waters finally obtained title to the property, which included an opinion letter from GTC insuring the title, issues began to arise. Once Mr. Waters obtained the title to the property the Plaintiff, Iva Dean, in the underlying lawsuit began to harass and question Mr. Waters title, and at all times, GTC continued to tell Mr. Waters that his title is good and that Ms. Dean had no rights to the title. Now, fast forward six (6) years since Ms. Dean originally made her claim, and Mr. Waters in embroiled in a lawsuit that GTC wants no part of, and claims that they have a conflict of interest. As you are fully aware of the majority of the facts based on your previous communications with Mr. Waters, Mr. Waters did not receive a good and marketable title and GTC failed to perform the simplest of tasks in researching the title on the property by failing to find a dual chain. Based on GTC's actions, GTC has its own best interest in mind and not my clients, and further taking advantage of the fact that Mr. Waters is not in the Bahamas and will have difficulty enforcing any action against GTC. Throughout the entire purchase process, GTC had its own best interest in mind and deceived my client into purchasing a property they knew or should have known that a dual chain of title existed and another individual would make a claim against the property. As the note on Embassy's website shows, these types of issues exist in the Bahamas and citizens should make sure that they hire a reputable attorney. Well, Mr. Waters thought he found a reputable attorney that would have his best interest in mind, but came to find out that the only interest GTC had in mind is their own. At this time Mr. Waters is in the process of preparing and commencing a lawsuit against GTC in the United States Federal Court for the fraudulent and misleading way that GTC treated Mr. Waters. Knowing the facts of Mr. Waters story and the potential danger to US Citizens in the future, we are requesting that the Embassy remove GTC from their listing of attorneys. Continuing to have GTC listed on the US Embassy website shows that the US Embassy does not have the best interest of its citizens in mind, and further shows that its relationship with those law firms is more important than protecting its citizens. Should you have any questions, please feel free in contacting me. Cordially, -- Paul Kogan, Esq. Kogan Prober, P.A.

Partners to Avoid and Why: Ms. Whitehead, I am following up on the email below. Mr. Ben Zvi and OPEL deserve an explanation after all of these years as to why something so simple was not discovered by GT or Mr. Wells prior to the purchase. I understand that you are in the Bahamas, and Mr. Ben Zvi is not, but that should not make a difference, and they are owed an explanation.

Favorite Things About this Firm: As you are fully aware of the majority of the facts based on your previous communications with Mr. Waters, Mr. Waters did not receive a good and marketable title and GTC failed to perform the simplest of tasks in researching the title on the property by failing to find a dual chain. Based on GTC's actions, GTC has its own best interest in mind and not my clients, and further taking advantage of the fact that Mr. Waters is not in the Bahamas and will have difficulty enforcing any action against GTC. Throughout the entire purchase process, GTC had its own best interest in mind and deceived my client into purchasing a property they knew or should have known that a dual chain of title existed and another individual would make a claim against the property.

Current or former employee?: Former Employee

Last Year at Employer: 2015

Job type: Contract
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