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Ihub ihub and its scammers companions PART 3 MATT BROWN FRAUD AND OTHER CONS USA
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Here is the third portion of scammers that all together make IHUB BANDITS CREW
Michael Amador - Matt Brown's choice of attorney, a seemingly odd/poor choice if we go by the evidence available to us. This Las Vegas defense attorney himself has been arrested on felony assault charges, assault with a deadly weapon, and a count of injury to the property of another. He is thought of as a JOKE among other attorneys. In one of his trials, a juror sent a letter to the court saying the jurors thought Amador was an idiot. He was so inept in his last big trial, his ex-client successfully petitioned the court for a new trial.
John Stanton - This Multi-CEO has many ties to a large number of pink sheet and otcbb companies. It has been pointed out that the companies he's associated with have destroyed shareholders wealth by putting out pr's announcing deals and events but many never come to fruition. John Rivera has significant history with John Stanton and together they own a multitude of shares in some of the companies Stanton is involved with. - (*See Wilf Blum's "bio" Are these two twins?)
Jonathan Curshen - A stock promoter who allegedly founded and led Red Sea Management Ltd., (“Red Sea”), a Costa Rican asset protection company that, according to the SEC complaint of Feb. 18, 2011, effected pump-and-dump schemes on behalf of its clients and laundered millions of dollars in trading proceeds out of the United States to its clients; he was also charged back in 2008 with an undisclosed kickback arrangement. At that time Curshen promised to pay a 25% kickback to a person he thought was a registered representative working with wealthy customers, however unbeknowst to Curshen at the time, the person was an undercover FBI agent. On Monday, October 30, 2006, Matt Brown and Pawel Dynkowski accepted an invitation from Jonathan Curshen, the owner of Red Sea Management, which in turn owns the firm Global Sentry Securities, to tour his headquarter office and see his operation in San Jose, Costa Rica. Red Sea Management and Global Sentry Securities of Costa Rica were customers of AIS Securities.
Wilf Blum - CEO of DPBE, owner of Alexander Lindale, pimps others out to do his stock pumping while he relentlessly sells stock in various pinksheet stocks. He uses Scott Wilding, who uses TinaMarie, who in return uses a slew of bottom of the food chain ihub members to make deceitful misleading posts on ihub message boards adminstered by Matt Brown. SEC filed complaints about him for selling unregistered stock, assisting in putting out false pr's, etc. - all the things you don't want to see from a publicly traded company officer.
Nathan M. Michaud - Matt's right hand man, Dynkowski, along with Nathan M. Michaud, who met through Matt Brown owned InvestorsHub.com, pumped the price of Asia Global stock using wash sales, matched orders and other manipulative trading, coordinated with false, misleading, and touting press releases by the company.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/29/2013 01:36 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ihub/Select-StateProvince/Ihub-ihub-and-its-scammers-companions-PART-3-MATT-BROWN-FRAUD-AND-OTHER-CONS-USA-1071052. 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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