on 01-08-2021 07:05 PM
Yes so this lawyer had discharged a mortgage without authority or knowledge to the affected party and had fraudulently lodged another mortgage adding additional parties. Long story short, a bunch of lawyers have been playing games to cover this fraud in order to defraud the party and PEXA, a platform used to commit the fraud against the verified party has not been forth coming with information relating to the transaction. Whilst the verified party back to the lawyer who can provide this information, PEXA has help cover up the fraud committed by this lawyer by make it difficult for the verified party to obtain information concerning directly to them.
I disagree with your comment that we have to make do with what we have and instead say we have to expose this type of criminal activity and those who assist criminals including PEXA to stop corruption against the community. Especially where property fraud is the rise. The public shall be made aware and concerns need to be dealt with.
Also, there is no different to the VLSBC and Consumer Affair. I have seen the VLSBC lie and manipulate information which covering up for the lawyer in my eyes. So I dont believe one is better than the other. And I can prove all allegations I make.
This e-conveyancing method of property settlement is none other than for the government bodies and lawyers to scam people large amounts of money thats why PEXA has links to overseas company and provide these companies with information. Potentially I see these companies are also there to help cover up the money that is being defrauded from people.
on 03-08-2021 08:21 AM
Hi Wheredajustice ,
If I am selling a property .what do you suggest I do when choosing a lawyer or conveyancor ? Considering they both use the PEXA platform when it comes to settlement matters
4 weeks ago
If you are a business, I wouldn't recommend using external lawyers given that these lawyers could commit fraud on the PEXA platform and get away with it. PEXA does not seem to protect businesses against fraud. PEXA method of handling matters such as these whereby fraud has been committed by the subscriber (lawyer/conveyancer), PEXA will do all in its power to protect the subscriber.
Even after PEXA confirms the business is/was a party to the transaction. PEXA tactfully creates unnecessary avenues for the business to obtain such information that has directly affected them through a fraudulent settlement committed by lawyers/s. It's unethical, manic and unprofessional to think that the best solution for the business is to either refer back to the lawyer (who committed the fraud on the business in the first place) or for the business to obtain a court order, so they can release the relevant settlement transaction statement which will show where the funds went and solve the crime for the business.
In fact, PEXA seems to make it difficult to obtain a settlement transaction statement for the verified party, leaving one to think, is PEXA personally gained from this fraudulent transaction? PEXA should have a duty of disclose, care and security to participants, subscribers, buyers, sellers, businesses and so on, given they hold information about the party. PEXA is meant to be acting transparent across all verified parties, acting in the upmost good faith and need to take greater responsibility instead of stating they rely on lawyers/conveyancers to act honest. Well if this is the case, the public need to be seriously concerned about the attitude in which PEXA has held itself regarding his scenario.