Tag Archives: FCIB

First Caribbean International Bank (FCIB) Not Paying!

Barbados Underground first posted on Judgment (Suit No: CV1339 of 2008) in the Matter Justin McIntosh, Brunetta McIntosh v First Caribbean Int’l Bank (B’dos) Ltd on July 22, 2013 – see First Caribbean International Bank Not Honouring Court Judgement Handed Down Since 2009–Boycott on the Cards?. It was followed with another on the 27 March 2019, about six years later – see

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A Decade of Waiting on CIBC First Caribbean Bank and Attorney-at-law Bernadette D Callender

Barbados Underground posted the blog First Caribbean International Bank Not Honouring Court Judgement Handed Down Since 2009–Boycott on the Cards?. In summary:  the Plaintiffs [Justin and Brunetta McIntosh] were experiencing financial difficulty in 2004 and started proceedings to sell the property that they owned which they had mortgaged to the First Caribbean.  They could not sell because the bank had LOST

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Response by CIBC First Caribbean International Bank to the Offer to Buy the Property of Ann Riley-Fox

The Fairness in Action Committee sent an offer to CIBC First Caribbean International to purchase the property highlighted in an earlier BU posting (see link below) from which Ann Riley-Fox was evicted.  The bank’s  attorney –Hastings Attorney-at-law – responded with this disturbing letter – see attached. Another  letter was hand delivered to their attorney urgently requesting clarification on the following extract

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Exposing Our Shame

Several months ago, I wrote an article entitled Independence: A Blessing or a Curse. The next week, it was my intent to write an article on how the banking sector fits into the equation. I also intended to put in an insert from my manuscript. Then I wanted to include Ann Riley-Fox’s story. However, I kept putting it off. The

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