Brian Lincez, a New Zealander living in Queensland, is the owner of several companies including
Starwhist and Rising Sun Lifestyle. He is a very wealthy man by any measure.
The problem with Brian is that he doesn't always honor his agreements. Written ones at that.
Brian had also become a victim of one Bill Field who scammed him for several million in a sham share transaction.
Wikifrauds has for several months been trying to get Field to pay Lincez back the value and cost of these shares. The story is on the page dealing with Field
We have been acting on the behest of another interested party who has
also been chasing Field on behalf of Lincez. Herein lies the
current issue: Lincez already owes this other party some considerable amount
for recovery services - many hundreds of thousands of dollars in fact.
He has owed this for some time now, and will not pay even though he is
under a written agreement for services and property recovered.
So Mr Lincez is now exposed as a renegging operator, who has used other
people to achieve his own ends, and then stood them up and left them
high and dry.
Readers are urged to steer well away from Lincez, as in the end, it
seems he's just another old untrustworthy ratbag. We intend adding more
to this page in the near future.
We have received a lot of fies since first publishing. One very
interesting file is a loan contract wherein the repayment is to be in
two tranches: one the normal settlement, the other to be $100,000 in
cash to Lincez, obviously to avoid tax liability. We wonder whether we should refer this contract to the ATO.