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Old 02-27-2009, 11:25 AM
Howard R. Howard R. is offline
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Brand Star Entertainment is a SCAM!

Brand Star Entertainment is a SCAM! These are the scammers as Incredible Discoveries, Quorum Productions and O2 Media!

The people at Brand Star Entertainment LIE, CHEAT and STEAL! They even use their friends, relatives and employees as third party business references!

THEYíLL CLEAN OUT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT! DONíT DO BUSINESS WITH THEM!

You can read more about these CON ARTISTS @

http://matthewchan.com/incrediblediscoveries-info.htm

Here are some of their addresses and aliases

Brand Star Entertainment
6001 Park of Commerce Blvd
Boca Raton, FL 33487
561-279-7827
fax 561-279-4808
http://www.brandstarentertainment.com

O2 Media, Inc.
2001 W Sample Road, Suite 101
Pompano Beach, Florida 33064
Phone: 954-691-1102
Fax: 954-935-1352
http://o2mediainc.com

InteliBrands Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-691-1102
http://www.intelibrandsgroup.com


Incredible Discoveries
3850 N. Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33073
954-935-3162
fax 954-969-1296
http://www.incrediblediscoveries.com

Innovative Products Network aka Smarter Living Products
2855 North University Dr. Suite 320
Coral Springs, FL 33065
954-752-1408
fax 954-752-0217
http://www.goipn.net
http://www.innovativeproductsnetwork.tv

Quorum Productions
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-571-5221
fax 954-977-4586
http://www.quorumproductions.tv

Immediate Capital Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064




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Old 02-27-2009, 11:27 AM
Howard R. Howard R. is offline
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Inteli Brands Group is a SCAM!

Inteli Brands Group is a SCAM! These are the same scammers as Incredible Discoveries, Quorum Productions and O2 Media!

Donít do business with them! Theyíll do anything to steal your money! They mislead their customers by using their friends, relatives and employees as ďthird partyĒ business references!

DONíT LET THEM CLEAN OUT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT!

You can read more about these CON ARTISTS @

http://matthewchan.com/incrediblediscoveries-info.htm

Here are some of their addresses and aliases

Inteli Brands Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-691-1102
http://www.intelibrandsgroup.com


O2 Media, Inc.
2001 W Sample Road, Suite 101
Pompano Beach, Florida 33064
Phone: 954-691-1102
Fax: 954-935-1352
http://o2mediainc.com

Incredible Discoveries
3850 N. Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33073
954-935-3162
fax 954-969-1296
http://www.incrediblediscoveries.com

Innovative Products Network aka Smarter Living Products
2855 North University Dr. Suite 320
Coral Springs, FL 33065
954-752-1408
fax 954-752-0217
http://www.goipn.net
http://www.innovativeproductsnetwork.tv

Quorum Productions
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-571-5221
fax 954-977-4586
http://www.quorumproductions.tv

Immediate Capital Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Brand Star Entertainment
6001 Park of Commerce Blvd
Boca Raton, FL 33487
561-279-7827
fax 561-279-4808
http://www.brandstarentertainment.com

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Old 02-27-2009, 12:38 PM
Howard R. Howard R. is offline
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Inteli Brands Group is a SCAM!

Inteli Brands Group is a SCAM! These are the same scammers as Incredible Discoveries, Quorum Productions and O2 Media!

Donít do business with them! Theyíll do anything to steal your money! They mislead their customers by using their friends, relatives and employees as ďthird partyĒ business references!

DONíT LET THEM CLEAN OUT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT!

You can read more about these CON ARTISTS @

http://matthewchan.com/incrediblediscoveries-info.htm

Here are some of their addresses and aliases

Inteli Brands Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-691-1102
http://www.intelibrandsgroup.com


O2 Media, Inc.
2001 W Sample Road, Suite 101
Pompano Beach, Florida 33064
Phone: 954-691-1102
Fax: 954-935-1352
http://o2mediainc.com

Incredible Discoveries
3850 N. Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33073
954-935-3162
fax 954-969-1296
http://www.incrediblediscoveries.com

Innovative Products Network aka Smarter Living Products
2855 North University Dr. Suite 320
Coral Springs, FL 33065
954-752-1408
fax 954-752-0217
http://www.goipn.net
http://www.innovativeproductsnetwork.tv

Quorum Productions
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064
954-571-5221
fax 954-977-4586
http://www.quorumproductions.tv

Immediate Capital Group
2001 W. Sample Road
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Brand Star Entertainment
6001 Park of Commerce Blvd
Boca Raton, FL 33487
561-279-7827
fax 561-279-4808
http://www.brandstarentertainment.com

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  #58  
Old 04-14-2009, 05:01 AM
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Costa Rica Property Scam

Costa Rica Property Scam
Every few years, Costa Rica floats to the top of the offshore charts and then falls back down again. Well, those of you who donít already know it, Costa Rica is again all the rage. We have had countless calls from folks who are interested in setting up structures in Costa Rica for tax and other purposes, and who claim to have friends who have been successful with these structures. They all want to set up a Costa Rica structure to avoid taxes and use the proceeds to purchase Costa Rica property -- and thatís where the scam comes in.
No doubt, Costa Rica is a beautiful place which abounds in opportunities and it appears to be one of the leading jurisdictions for U.S. expatriates to settle down in. Unfortunately, too many of these expatriates are expatriates because they were caught in the U.S. committing some sort of scam or fraud, or committing tax evasion. And so, it is a notoriously corrupt little country, with at least as many scammers as Belize, Antigua and Nevis.
So, faithful readers, let me chronicle here the infamous Costa Rica real property scam, a scam which seems to occur most often in Costa Rica, but happens with varying frequency in other countries throughout Central America.
This starts with successful American businessmen who think they know it all. From their point of view, it is pretty simple -- form a Costa Rica company with bearer shares and deposit a lot of money with an offshore bank. Then, use the Costa Rica company to go buy a beautiful piece of Costa Rica real estate at bargain basement prices. At retirement, you simply cash out of the United States and go to Costa Rica to live happily ever after.
Unfortunately, in the words of fellow Oklahoman the late Will Rogers: "It ainít what you know, itís what you know that ainít."
Here, the ainít is adverse possession law and squatters rights. Most of the visiting Americans blindly assume that Costa Rica has adverse possession laws which are roughly similar to those of U.S. states, which typically require 10 years or longer to establish any meaningful rights. Unfortunately, it ainít so and directly to the contrary Costa Rica has elaborate laws which give squatters immediate and immovable rights, and there is simply no way to get them off the property once they are on, except to pay them to agree to move off.
Letís look at this from the viewpoint of the Costa Rica real estate salesman, which is radically different. For him, itís easy: Simply get a bunch of wealthy Gringos to come to Costa Rica. Show them some beautiful (and vacant) Costa Rica property, and get them to pay you big dollars for it. Then, as soon as they get back on the airplane, move some squatters onto the land. When the Gringos show back up again, they own beautiful property that they canít use because of the squatters. Thus, the Costa Rica salesman approaches the Gringos and tells them that it is unfortunate that the squatters showed up on the property, but there is nothing either he or the courts can do to get them off. However, out of the kindness of his heart he will purchase the land back at some nominal sum, say 10% (which the Gringos take because the land completely worthless with the squatters on it). Then, the salesman moves the squatters off the land, once again leaving it vacant, and repeats the process. The local economy and the salesman are much enriched by this transaction, and the Gringos go back the States wishing to hell that theyíd never heard of Costa Rica.
This scam has been around for as long as we can remember, and fades in and out as people remember or forget it and others get the word. It hasnít made headlines anywhere lately, so it is back to booming again. Doubtless, there are a bunch of folks back here in the U.S. who are dreaming of finally retiring to their new property in Costa Rica. Unfortunately, for many these dreams will be nightmares.
This is big business in economically-distressed Costa Rica, just like the Nigerian Central Bank letter is the 3rd biggest industry in Nigeria. Be careful not to be a part of this particular international financial aid program.
Letters From Folks
19 November 1998
Dear Jay -- Just read your Costa Rica property scams page. That seems like what has happened to me and my business partner, although we're really not sure what has happened and may never know.
Wish I had read your page first.

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Old 06-04-2009, 02:21 PM
Mike O. Mike O. is offline
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Sy Taub - Equity Resources - HYIP/PPP Scam

Sy Taub of Equity Resources, claims that he is direct to Euoropean Traders who will earn and payout to investors over 100% per week. All you need is a 100m? Crazy, right? Well, then he claims that he can provide you the 100m to get started for a fee. He collects the fee into his or one of his associates accounts and then delivers NOTHING. He essentially steals the fees and returns no profit. He is out of the San Diego area. I have direct knowledge of this activity complete with copies of contracts, deposit slips into these accounts and email conversations. He must be stopped! I am personally aware of almost $3m dollars that he has personally scammed. If you too have been ripped off, contact me. I would love to see Sy Taub in jail.

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Old 06-16-2009, 01:27 PM
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Unsecured F*nding Source, LLC scam (theufs.com)

Stay away from Kip and Kyle at Unsecured F*nding Source!! They would have you believe they have alternative loan sources, but in fact just fill out some loan apps for big banks that you can do yourself. Please save your $299.... their guarantee is worthless also. Please pass the word.
Thank You....Tired of these leaches!!!!


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Old 07-25-2009, 02:24 PM
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SkyreInc.com is a scam!

Be Careful...I invested with them and they turned out to be a big huge scam!
Haven't seen my money from a 24 hour investment that I made 34 days ago despite repeated emails I sent to them!!!

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Old 09-06-2009, 09:59 PM
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scam from Cho Yonggi, the operations manager of Ha

Cho Yonggi Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 10:20 PM
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Hello

I am Cho Yonggi, the operations manager of Hang Seng Bank, Hong Kong.

I need your assistance in transferring 20 million dollars out of an account
here at my bank. If the transaction is successful, you get to keep 40% of
the money and 60% for me.

If you are interested in details, please provide me with your name,
address, country, phone number.

Please reply via my private email choyonggi122@sify.com

I await your response

Cho.

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Old 10-21-2009, 05:02 AM
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SCAM ALERT Jared Metz & Steven Metz

This posting is to alert the public and to warn you of Asset Trade Management (ATM) represented by Jared Metz and Steven Metz, father and son team.
If you have signed any agreement with Asset Trade Management to put your funds into a trade program with the promise of high returns and have not been able to reach ATM or Jared Metz, then you have been scammed.
If you have invested your life savings with Jared Metz and have not been able to get him or anyone at ATM to return your calls, please send me your contact information to jaredmetzscamalert@hotmail.com with your contact information and we will add you to the list of victims that have been scammed; we have initiated an investigation into his trade programs and fraud charges are imminent.





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