Lessons from the Antonio Carbone / Dream Casinos case – stay away from the Dominican Republic By Christine Duhaime | May 2nd, 2017 No due process for Canadian businessman According to this story in a Dominican Republic newspaper dated May 2, 2017, a Canadian business executive from Ontario who majority owns the Dream Casinos, Antonio
Car bombs kill people – Another Day in the Dominican Republic Canadian owner of Dream Casino in Dominican Republic ordered released from prison in connection with spurious charges This is an excerpt from an article By Christine Duhaime | January 7th, 2017 The pictures below illustrate the debris that flies out from the force of
Group Metro made a half-hearted attempt to pay us after fighting our two different Dominican Republic Law firms. We couldn’t find anything that wasn’t corrupted. BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN WE HAVE STOPPED FIGHTING! By April 27, 2012 we had finally negotiated a rescission agreement with Group Metro for $708,847. They presented the figure, which we
Group Metro says they have an impeccable reputation to protect. We don’t think so! But you will each have to be your own judge and weigh the following mountain of evidence against the reality of their reputation. Based on what we know of them, their business competency is suspect. Do yourself a favor and if
They may have started out honest but they are anything but. The development was to include an 18-hole Greg Norman golf course and a Chris Evert-Lloyd tennis center. The 1,852 residential units were to include 1,800 condominium apartments with up to 270ᵒ views, 52 Founders Villas, a golf club, beach club, marina and supporting retail
This is a more accurate interpretation Groupmetro’s website. This is the sizzle they want to sell you. They are either too cheap, lazy or don’t care that their site still shows Costablanca (White Sands) on their website as of September 2017.
Here is an image snapped of the Banreservas FORECLOSURE MAP while touring the site 2016. IF YOU TALK TO GROUPMETRO YOU WILL NOT GET A STRAIGHT ANSWER. CALL THE BANK!o If you know of someone who invested in this development please contact us.
Foreigners Beware! Group Metro is currently starting two new developments One in Las Quintas the second in Samana commencing in October 2017). However, after you see how they treat their existing investors of Costablanca you may rethink investing in any build to suit by the company. DON’T BY FROM THIS COMPANY! Based on what our
The Dominican Republic is a lawless country. And they know it. Also, all of the developers know this too. And they take advantage of locals and FOREIGNERS alike. The Dominican Republic even went so far as to release a warning. If this is their best effort, it is woefully inadequate.