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I started a software company last year in 2013 and I was doing marketing on craigslist to find customers for my business when Larry Gonzales contacted me to offer marketing for my organizacion, at that point I had found out a software to post ads on craigslist which a share that info with him, he proposed a partnership saying that he had all kind of marketing softwares and he was going to develope a website for the business. To start the partnership I have to put $25.000 for the partnership, I started making transfers to him but I figured that he didn't have anything what he said he could do for the business, so, I asked for my money back because he did not do anything that the agreement says, well, his acctions were horrible, he started insulting me and calling me names. I dont know anything from him since than.
HE HAS A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR COMPANY TOO, American Detectives internationa investigators
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