- Report: #907968
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Complaint Review: Brett Goldsworthy.
Brett Goldsworthy. Gold=Fake. Not -Worthy ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD WHEN IT COMES TO GOLDSWORTHY. CONNMAN .SCAM ARTIST Westleigh NSW, Australia Internet
the scam was never going to work it was all a ruse to trick investors in his dodgy company shift2neutral. He is also claiming to be raising funds for the Australian Salvation Army, when the Salvation Army was contacted by Channel 7 they had never heard of him, he was involved in a similar scam raising money for cancer a few years back where he pocketed the money raised. His most used scam is promising to arrange loans for victims , charging massive upfront fees and NEVER delivering...
KARMA is catching up with him as he has lost 5 court cases in a row, with more in the pipeline.. A group of his victims has formed the "Coalition of the Willing" to monitor his every move and report his every scam. He has currently resorted to self written and self serving press releases to attract more victim's to his Scam Co. shift2neutral. For more info visit todaytonightadelaide and look under Goldsworthy trial and Carbon Credits or visit Redd-Monitor and search his name.
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