- Report: #642417
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Complaint Review: Ann Alloria
Ann Alloria12 Browns Lane, Boston, Mass Boston, Massachusetts United States of America
Ann Alloria Child Abuser Matthew S. Chan Mistakes Ari Hinnant for Arie Hines? Boston, Massachusetts
*Consumer Comment: Another fake and impersonated report
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My name is Ann Alloria. I was wondering why Mr. Matthew S. Chan has been stalking my employer for the last two years? So, I did a bit of research and it seems that Mr. Matthew S. Chan is a convicted child abuser and the women who accused him has a similar name to my employer. Case solved.
It seems many people picked up this story and the name was changed and confused and he thinks he is going after the women who accused him long ago, and he is going after the wrong person. I just couldn't understand who this guy is and why he was harassing my wonderful employer Ari Hinnant--who has lived in Boston for 15 years with her husband and children.
Mistaken identity is the issue. Here is Mr. Matthew S. Chan name and website. http://matthewchan.com/
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