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The Bevis family’s scams and schemes

This website attempts to gather and publish as much information as possible about the various online schemes and scams undertaken by the Bevis family in Alderney. The publication is not limited to schemes and scams related to their laird title sales, but rather aims to provide a full overview of what this family has been involved with.

The goal is to increase awareness about Peter Pevis, Laura Bevis and Helen McGregor’s activities to prevent the general public from falling prey to their scams.

Description of their various schemes and scams have been added as separate pages in the menu to the far right. Please click the various links to read. To ease reading we have included references as hotlinks in the text rather than as references at the bottom.

If you have additional information or are aware of any other schemes and scams undertaken by the Bevis family, feel free to write to us in the comment boxes on the various pages. Kindly indicate whether your comment is confidential or intended for publishing. We keep adding new content. If you wish to stay updated, you may subscribe to our feed by clicking the subscribe link above.

Finally, if you have been conned by these people or know somebody that has, why not contact them to complain and demand your money is returned:

Highland Titles
York House
Victoria Street
Alderney, C.I.



106 thoughts on “The Bevis family’s scams and schemes

  1. Oh dear, you seem to have moderated something which is true, two faced is an entirely apt description as many people in Ballachullish & Glencoe would no doubt confirm, just ask some of his previous employers. Oh how hard he must laugh when the gullible visitors to the commercial forestry plantation / bog they have the cheek to call a nature reserve have gone and can’t see him!

    Anyway, it can be seen that conman Dr Peter John Robert Bevis is indeed a director of the Emerald Heritage Ltd scam here.

    Posted by IKnowUKnow | December 5, 2014, 12:56 am
  2. Nice post on this blog about the advisability of calling yourself Lord Glencoe, or Laird or lady for that matter, how very true.

    Even Donald Alexander Smith, Lord Strathcona, did not use that title despite being undoubtedly the principle landowner in Glencoe and a peer free to choose any Lord title he wished!

    “In the spring of 1897 Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain informed him that he was to be made a peer. When news leaked out that he had chosen the title Lord Glencoe, after a glen where Scottish chieftains had been slaughtered in 1692, a glen he had only recently acquired, colleagues prevailed on him to reconsider. He created the name Strathcona, a Gaelic variant on Glencoe.”

    Keep up the good work, the more people made aware of the true nature of Highland Titles and their nasty conning profiteering ways the better.

    Posted by Alan Gibson | December 7, 2014, 10:11 pm
  3. I bought a title for a friend who is dieing of terminal cancer. They sent the wrong paperwork and will not respond to voicemails nor e-mails

    Posted by Richard G Seddon | December 17, 2015, 8:12 pm

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