20th September 2011
Judicare continue to stengthen the team
Judicare are delighted to announce the appointment of two new Directors; Dan Johnson and Robin Brayne as Chief Technical Officer and Commercial Director respectively.
It has become increasingly evident that investors globally are seeking redress from failed investments and are actively sourcing legal companies through overseas property portals to assist them in recovering those lost deposits.
Having recognised real growth in the past 12 months via their on-line presence Judicare have moved quickly to secure the services of two of the property industry’s leading online marketers. These appointments will help Judicare secure its position as the exclusive point of reference for recovery services on a large network of relevant websites.
Both Dan & Robin bring with them an enormous amount of experience and knowledge of the property industry having created and managed some of the most successful websites in this specialist sector; a function they will continue to perform in addition to their roles within the Judicare Group.
Judicare’s CEO Neil Heaney comments: “We are thrilled that Dan & Robin have agreed to join the team and having worked closely with them over the past 12 months I’m certain they will drive and expand our on-line presence and continue to develop our global brand in the coming years”
“We never lose sight of the fact we are dealing with very distressed and concerned investors who have encountered problems with their property purchases. Dan & Robin each bring an extra dimension to Judicare and as we continue to receive instructions from clients throughout the world I feel sure they will enhance and improve the experience with Judicare.”
Dan Johnson added: “Though the majority of investors that have lost money have done so as a result of the global economic situation, there are some real horror stories out there, where consumers that have been the victims of unscrupulous or downright fraudulent activity. I’m looking forward to helping improve awareness of Judicare’s services so they can help bring justice where there has been serious wrongdoing.”