Established Titles – Buyer Beware
Written by: Doug
Published: 24th March 2020
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You may have seen an advert promoting something called ‘Established Titles’ on Facebook or elsewhere, and perhaps you are wondering if they are legitimate or a scam?
We have done our own research.
What we know about Established Titles
- Established Titles trades from a website with no company name.
- There is no physical address on the website, or any clue about where the company might be incorporated, even though THIS IS A LEGAL REQUIREMENT.
- There is no evidence whatsoever that Established Titles (or whoever they are) actually own any land in Scotland.
- It is therefore impossible for Established Titles to uniquely identify any plots they are selling.
- Their website doesn’t contain the names of any of the people involved.
- Although they are charging a hefty amount, they don’t appear to post anything. Instead, they ask you to download and print a certificate.
We will leave you to form your own conclusions, but given the lack of detail we would advise that potential customer exercise some caution.
How is Highland Titles different?
- We have been trading openly and honestly for 14 years
- We meet thousands of our customers face to face every year at our nature reserve
- We uniquely identify each and every souvenir plot that we sell with latitude, longitude and OS co-ordinates
- We have an average score of 9.6/10 on the independent review site, Trustpilot, with more than 8000 reviews
- Our nature reserve holds the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, with hundreds of 5 star reviews
- Our nature reserve is an official 4* tourist attraction with Visit Scotland, Scotland’s national tourist board