Thursday, 17 January 2013

Achilleas Kallakis Former Owner Of India Building Convicted of Fraud

Send Him Down and throw away the keys this rat should rot in Prison.

The trouble this Achileas Heel caused is hard to imagine in terms of what it has cost all the individual people who he cost their jobs from the cleaners of his buildings to all the people who were affected by the massive confidence trick he pulled.
The first serious decline of India Buildings started with this liar telling the banks the building was full to get more cash when in reality it was starting to empty at an alarming rate.
So one of Liverpools historic buildings was left up the creek without a paddle while this shyster spent most of his time playing poker and sailing around the world in his yacht.
This article appeared  in yesterdays Guardian it looks like the con man shyster is about to go to jail. We hope he hates the food and he gets a good old rattling from the inmates.

He was once dubbed the Walter Mitty of Mayfair but there are a few other names that we cant repeat here.

Then India Building, along with a load of other properties, was repossessed and passed on to Green Property and the problems continue with Green Property in trouble causing even more damage.

He also owned the SS Manxman which has now been scrapped which was part of a Liverpool Daily Post campaign to save her many people gave money to the fund.

This bloke was convicted of selling bogus titles to rich Americans and Australians but still the stupid bankers lent him billions.

  Properties financed by Allied Irish Bank:

India Buildings, Liverpool

Sussex House, Burgess Hill, Sussex
Hannover House, Kings Road, Reading
Astral Towers, Crawley
Pegasus Court, London Road, Langley Green
35 Berkley Square, Mayfair
Kings House and Queens House, College Road, Harrow
Apollo House and Lunar House, Croydon
32 St James Square, Mayfair
Market Towers, 1 Nine Elms Lane, London
Kingston House, Ennismore Gardens, Knightsbridge
8 Carlos Place, Mayfair
111 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria
7 and 8 St James Square, Mayfair
7 Apple Tree Yard, Mayfair
Properties financed by Bristol & West (now part of Bank of Ireland):
25 Dover Street, Mayfair
88 Brook Street, Mayfair
42 Berkeley Square, Mayfai
33 Lombard Street, City of London
Properties financed by Barclays:
2 Brompton Square, Knightsbridge
31 Brompton Square, Knightsbridge
Lady K II, a 190 ft superyacht moored in Monaco
Vehicles financed by GE Capital:
$44m private jet
$8.4m helicopter
Ferry financed by Bank of Scotland (now part of Lloyds Banking Group):
€26m Mercator II, a half-scrapped 110m former passenger ferry to be converted into a luxury super-yacht Mercator

You also have to ask how did the balloons at the banks give so much money to such a Con Man.

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