Internet Scams

W. SUMMERS II BREAKS HIS SILENCE ON HIS LOAN SCAM

Posted by on November 17, 2015 at 3:36 am

W. Summers ((there is a dispute at this moment from using the full name of the person in question.  Soon that will be changed and full information will be back and new articles with more damning information against the con man out),  so called President of Sumeria Private Equity P.O. Box 2284 Jackson, MS  39225-2284, (the attorney used for “Escrow” was Philip J Reichenthal, ESQ 2350 SE 16th Place Homestead Florida 33035 Ph 954-540-6744)  is hurting victims who are attempting to get help with funding.  W. Summers II claims it is important to make enemies.  He is certainly doing that!    This story came out 11-15-15 see this link:

DAVID REYNOSO AND COMPANY D.L. ROTHSTEIN & ASSOCIATES LLC. IS UNDER THE WATCHFUL EYE OF INVESTIGATORS FOR CREDIT CARD FRAUD AND OTHER CRIMES. HE IS KNOWN FOR RIPPING OFF WOMEN.

Posted by on March 14, 2014 at 6:37 pm

Con artist David Reynoso has investigators keeping a watchful eye on him. He is out of the Merrick New York area. He has committed credit card fraud and ripping off women from around the U.S. He is known to be a small time crook, who has ripped off tens of thousands and made up a lot of lies as well as scams regarding his various cons he has pulled. The following is information on this man.

 

DOB 5-24-71

 Phone is 516-655-0018

 Address is 70 s Main Street Freeport N.Y. 11520-3861.

Alexander Diamond with Ocean Blue Credit Management in Cucamonga, California will give you the promise of a line of credit for the amount of $1,495 payment for a processing fee. After they receive your money, they will keep delaying.

Posted by on April 12, 2012 at 12:40 am

A company by the name of Ocean Blue Credit Management uses craigslist to find unsuspecting victims.  They reel them in by the promise of a guaranteed line of credit up to the amount of $95K.  After you have filled out a form via their website, a man by the name of Alexander Diamond contacts you to say you have been approved for the line of credit, and all you need to do is send them a processing fee for the amount of $1,495.00 to $7,995.00. Once your processing fee reaches them, they say your file is forwarded to a lender in New York and you will receive your line of credit via the mail within 25 business days. Once the 25 days has passed they will contact you saying that the lender has fallen behind in the processing and an additional delay of one month is to be expected. Any time after that you question them about your line of credit, there will be another delay.  They finally will refuse to answer any other calls or e-mails on getting your processing fee returned to you. You never see or receive your line of credit.