- Report: #1024867
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Complaint Review: GPD investments
GPD investmentsBishop stortford Internet United States of America
GPD investments Lee Wiggins Lee Charles Wiggins Stuart Wiggins Thief Conman Lee Wiggins Ripped off Uk investors for well over 2million , failed to deliver the refund garaunteed in tthe contract ,Stuart wiggins dubia uk international city, Internet
*Author of original report: You been Busy Lee /Stuart Crooks
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in your profile you state " GPD are doing well, really well, their investment
and development projects are valued at over US $600m. By working with
their brand manager we created an identity that would consistently
communicate their level of achievement. " so if your doing so well why havent you met your contractual obligations and given the full refund ???
AVOID THIS COMPANY AT ALL COSTS A CONTRACT MEANS NOTHING TO LEE WIGGINS who has stolen millions of uk investors money then says GPD are doing well, really well !
HERE is a few links he is now operating on where he is trying to get more MUGS to invest with him and he says how well hes doing !
http://www. [continued below]....
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