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Complaint Review: Collective wealth properties
Collective wealth properties14400 Valerio st van nuys, California United States of America
Collective wealth properties Terry Taylor, Johnathan Khorsandi, Phil Kim, Phillip Kim Real estate Investors stole money and blame others van nuys, California
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Terry Taylor, Phil Kim, and Johnathan khorsandi, of collective wealth properties, illegally sold properties, made deals with banks, and forged documents all at the expense of investors involved with them in 4 properties in the Southern California region.
Terry is the ring leader of the bunch. He uses his old age to his advantage, making people feel sorry for him. Ironicall, with all the bad this guy has done, he is studying to become a minister. He, and his partner Johnathan khorsandi, forged documents to state that he was the managing partner of investments he wasn't even a part of. Furthermore, he convinced investors to take a substantial loss on a property instead of saving the investment by declaring bankruptcy and restructuring. Since the forclosure, its been found that he had a side agreement with the bank to make more money without sharing with the others involved. [continued below]....
I dont really need to say much about Phil Kim. Just look up his old company, officetronics, to see what this guy is all about.
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