• Report: #781032

Complaint Review: Harvard Wealth Mangement

  • Submitted: Sun, September 25, 2011
  • Updated: Thu, September 29, 2011

  • Reported By: Larry — Roanoke Virginia United States of America
Harvard Wealth Mangement
1515 North Federal Highway Boca Raton, Florida United States of America

Harvard Wealth Mangement Harvard International HARVARD WEALTH - TODD MARSHALL - SCAM ALERT RIP OFF SCAM ALERT Boca Raton, Florida

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Just How Dumb Larry The Liar Is...

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Larry the Liar

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CFTC Docket No. 08-R042. Don't take my word for it. Look up the CFTC Docket No.docket number 08-R042. That is the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. See what kind of low life crook Todd Marshall really is. The government banned him from the futures and options business so he went into leveraged precious metals.


That is an area that is currently still unregulated. Todd will try to tell you that he is covered under Dodd-Frank. That is a bunch of nonsense. He uses Worth Bullion in Jupiter Florida for his clearing firm. They have loads of complaints against them. Also, they have a provision in the agreement that allows them to store your metal in the London Metals Exchange (LME). Dood Frank requires the bullion to be stored in the United States. So what is he doing storing your bullion in London?


How about this excerpt from the CFTC Case Summary. It gives you some idea of just who you are thinking about sending your money to.


"Sterling was started up by Stephen Miles, who was its first registered principaL. After a few months, Todd Marshall came on board as a principal of the firm, and eventually became the sole owner. Todd Marshall was first registered with the NFA in early 1998. Many of the firms for whom Todd Marshall had worked before he bought into Sterling had been disciplined by the NFA or CFTC for fraudulent sales practices: American Financial Trading Corp.; Concorde Trading Group; Group One Financial Services, Inc.; and Barkley Financial Corp."


Do you still want to send it to him? If you do, read this additional excerpt from the CFTC Docket No. 08-R042 so you'll know what happens when he loses all your money.


"Conversely, Meyer, Hurwitz, and Kerry and Todd Marshall have offered little or nothing on this issue, claiming to have lost almost all memory of the factual circumstances from November 2006 to August 2007."


Really comforting isn't it? Now why on earth do you want to send this guy your money?


Oh, by the way. Do you think Harvard University is happy about some sleazy broker smearing their name? If they even know he is doing it!


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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Just How Dumb Larry The Liar Is...

AUTHOR: Kerry Marshall - (United States of America)

By all means, go to the CFTC case listed on the internet. When you open it up you'll see it is the deafault judgment against Steve Miles and Sterling International granted to Robert Johnson.

Note the footnote on the bottom of page four. It says, in part, "...Not withstanding the defaults of Miles and Sterling, Johnson still has the burden to show, by a preponderance of
the evidence, violations by the four non-defaulting respondents. 

Those non-defaulting respondents included me. And if you read the final report I was exonerated and Johnson got his money back.

This half-a*s lawyer has no right slandering me in such a forum. I'm getting a lawyer, finding that little f&#k and suing his slandering a*s!

And shame on this site for promoting such crap!
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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Larry the Liar

AUTHOR: Kerry Marshall - (United States of America)

Kerry Marshall here. Larry the Liar there seems to have failed to read the entire CFTC case. If he had he would be reporting that I was completely exonerated. CFTC reparations, incidentally, is often used by people who lost money in an investment--not because they were ripped off, rather, because the investment was in options on futures which often expire worthless.

The important thing to note here is that the investor was compensated. The case resolved brought him at least the amount he originally invested. Larry the Liar here just did a little cherry picking to poach business or whatever. Anyway, if you don't believe me--look it up...
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