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Complaint Review: Daniel Thiel
Daniel Thiel10100 Santa Monica Blvd, Ste 300, Los Angeles, CA Internet United States of America
Daniel Thiel Sol Global Solar IT & Solar scammer - writes big purchase orders, steals deposits Internet, Internet
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Last we heard, he was thought to be hiding in China after hiding with relatives in Germany.
He is doing a business under the names of Sol Global Solar (claimed registered in California, www.solglobalsolar.com), Global Services Group (claimed registered in Hong Kong, globalservices-group.com), Sol Global Corporation Limited (registered in Hong Kong, www.solglobal.com), and SolarizEnergy (claimed registered in UK, www.solarizenergy.com), and Sol Evos (www.solevos.com). We believe the IRS should look into his tax return for his business' legitimacy. His only registered company is the Hong Kong, Sol Global Corporation Limited, company. He has written purchase orders and invoices using the Sol Global Solar name an unregistered company, implying that he does not intend to pay state of federal income taxes.
Usually, he sweet talks some innocent people into doing solar business with him and uses those people as a frontline shield. He lets them generate sales for him and he takes the deposit from customers and runs and hides. Four victims have posted on the RipOff Report website. Several other cases are not reported. He does not pay those who work for him, even if he promises to pay. These payments have accumulated to over one million dollars already. The victims like us are afraid of his potentially dangerous, violent personality. His brother Michael Thiel in California works with him and takes care of his money in the U.S. and Hong Kong.
Daniel was in London in early 2011. He stole over $250,000 from a solar panel purchaser, an Italian company. As usual, he took the deposit and the first incremental payment from the solar panel purchaser. He has spent most of this on expensive living. This is just one of the cases he has done in Europe.
He was involved in some business transactions in Denver a few years ago. And he stole a few million dollars from a business called SolaRover in Denver. Not sure about the details.
He always uses cash and transfers cash through Western Union. He surprised some people in Europe because he carries large amounts of cash, in the thousands of Euros.
We'd like to report him for business fraud in the U.S. and also internationally. For any chance if he is caught in the U.S. or overseas, we want him to be off the street/market so he will not hurt more people and businesses.
There are several RipOff Reports filed from the US and Europe at: http://www.ripoffreport.com/directory/Daniel-Thiel.aspx
The following are his and his brothers contact information if FBI can get into the investigation soon.
Daniel Thiel <email@example.com> Daniel <firstname.lastname@example.org> Daniel Thiel <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org Skype ID: SolaR2011
Chairman of the Board and CEO
Global Services Group, Solar Division
International Solar Consortium
Offices In: USA: Direct: 619-866-6016 10100 Santa Monica Boulevard Suite 300 Beverly Hills, CA 90067
London: Direct: 011-44-(0) 203-371-7623 London Cell: 044-(0) 7587-160766 Hong Kong: Direct 852-8191-1232
Dubai Toronto: Direct: 647-523-4807
Amsterdam 24 Ruth Ct Lafayette, CA 94549
Related to Michael (Mike) C Thiel Salinas, CA email@example.com
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/13/2012 03:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Daniel-Thiel/internet/Daniel-Thiel-Sol-Global-Solar-IT-Solar-scammer-writes-big-purchase-orders-steals-dep-838551. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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