Exmovere is a SCAM do not invest in their lies. This company needs to be held accountable for their unethical tactics. There is not integrity in the key players actions especially David B. and Amir Pakpour of Ailment Wellness.
It seems that Exmovere has a reputation for hitting on women for investments. I understand Crow worked for David B. Now I hear Amir Pakpour is working for David B. doing much of the same thing. The company is obviosly a fraud and there is no real intent to produce a product and get it to market. It seems that David B. is enjoying the fruits of the investors he is defrauding and living a rather lavish lifestyle on the companies dime. As an investor that was scammed by Amir Pakpour I demand to know where the product you promised is?
I understand you travel around the world on the investors dime but still not exmobaby to show for it. Ten years you have been at this??? You are a fraud and I would advise against anyone investing in this company. Especially if you are a woman over 40 it seems that David B. encourages his employees to hit on vulnerable women in order to get money to invest in his company. I am submitting this report today in order to expose the fraud that continues on with Exmovere.
Amir Pakpour of the Ailment Wellness center works closely with David B. in scamming women who come into his clinic seeking treatment in order to get them to invest into David's company. Like Crow, Pakpour focuses on a specific age and vulnerability of women in order to scam them for money. Be aware of Ailment Wellness and Exmovere scams and stay very far away from them. Ladies don't trust Amir Pakpour his intentions are not legitimate. He is after your money and he will use a thousand lies including the words I love you in order to scam money from you. David B. has coached Amir Pakpour his assistant in this practice. Stay away from this scam if you are reading this there is a reason. Stay away from this scam.