Hakan Kutup, a former Century 21 real estate agent appeared yesterday in the Wollongong Local Court. Hakan, of 24 Stradbroke St, Shell Cove, has been the subject of other posts here on this website. Hakan appeared in court charged in relation to 27 counts involving fraud, forgeries or conversion of money but we understand this number may increase?
How was Hakan Kutup able to carry out alleged crimes?
Mark Smith, Director of DC Partners was engaged after the alleged frauds were discovered by the victim, a local funds manager in Sydney.
Mark is the person who reported the matters to NSW Police and NSW Fairtrading.
Mark believe’s that NSW Fairtrading may have been negligent and is co-ordinating a class-action for potential victims of Hakan Kutup. Class-action participants could include victims of Hakan’s company formerly Century 21 Ultimate Real Estate in Wollongong.
Mark alleges NSW Fairtrading knew or ought to have known about complaints about Hakan Kutup stretching back perhaps more than a decade and failed to investigate.
Mark is organising for those who are interested in joining a class action against the NSW Fairtrading and invites anyone who has lost money – no matter how small to complete the form below.
Interestingly, the Illawarra Mercury / Daily Telegraph hint at potentially more charges. It is thought these may relate to the operations of a sales trust by Hakan Kutup? These publications quote the court that there was uncovered “misappropriated funds” in the sum of $220,515 from a Sales Trust account.
DC Partners is keen to talk to or help any persons that have had negative dealings now matter how old or recently – please complete our contact form below (joining the class action is optional):
If readers have other information on the Kutup’s please feel free to complete the below form or email any tips to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300-327123 (7 days till late).
6 November 2019
DCP Litigation acknowledges the glacial speed NSW Fairtrading seems to work at? We are considering helping a number of victims to pursue claims. This may involve a class action against NSW Fairtrading. We are also helping clients claim against the government’s Fidelity Fund or via the court’s.
Please complete the contact form to register an interest in joining the class action. A class action requires a minimum of 7 claimants with the same loss against a common defendant.