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Complaint Review: Corporate trust enterprises
Corporate trust enterprises233 south wacker drive Chicago, Illinois United States of America
Corporate trust enterprises American Equity Value Are running a timeshare resale scam and we want them caught! Chicago, Illinois
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American equity value and corporate trust enterprises are a well organized loop of scammers who present official looking contracts of sale and have many formal sounding "employees". Mark O'Brian and Anna Powell are our two main contacts.
We signed contracts of sale, wired money to their accounts first for upfront fees, then for Mexican Real Estate taxes, and now they are asking for money to cover the "commissions" they need to continue "fighting for our money". Unfortunately, ours was a wire to the Mexican branch of HSBC, leaving us little power to trace the money.
Anna and Mike showed us formal documents from Bank of America and HSBC proving wire transfers to us in return, but continue asking for more and more money upfront to get the money "out of trust" and "held up by the Mexican government".
We sadly now recognize that our money is gone and we were victims of fraud. We want to warn others about these people.
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