- Report: #435878
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Complaint Review: George Schultze - Schultze Asset Management, Tweeter Electronics
George Schultze - Schultze Asset Management, Tweeter Electronics3000 Westchester Avenue, Suite 204 Purchase, New York U.S.A.
George Schultze - Schultze Asset Management - Tweeter Electronics George Schultze owns Tweeter Electronics. He made the decision to confiscate deposit money placed down by customers rather than refund before a bankruptcy. Purchase New York
*Consumer Comment: George Schultze scammed us too!
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Schultze is a crook
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Beware of his company called SAMCO. They are investors and hedge fund providers who engage in squirrelly investments, and they will not hesitate to steal your money either. Why a multi millionaire could not find it in his heart to refund my $2,500.00 that i got absolutely NOTHING for, is beyond me other than that he must have a heart of stone. Thank you Mr. Schultze for stealing money from me and my family and I hope one day you get whats coming to you.
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