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Complaint Review: Kenneth Rijock Financial Crime Blog
Kenneth Rijock Financial Crime BlogInternet United States of America
Kenneth Rijock Financial Crime Blog Kenneth Rijock Financial Crime Blog, Monte Friesner, Arton Capital arton capital, canada, cerrito tropical, crime, cynthia mulder, extortion, gary lundgren, harassment, herbert young, jose blandon, Kenneth Rijock, mafia, mobster, monte friesner, okke ornstein, publi Internet
*Author of original report: Authors Monte Friesner and Kenneth Rijock of Ripoff Report Rebuttal convicted and served time in Federal Prisions
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Author of Riipoff Report convicted of Libel and Slander
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Maybe you have stumbled upon a website called Wanted SA or Kenneth Rijock Financial Crime Blog and wondered what the hell thats all about. Because your editor is regularly featured on these websites, we thought it was time to separate the facts from the fiction, so here we go.
What are these websites?
In short: They are attempts at public relations by and for a bunch of criminals. Both the Rijock Financial Crime Blog and Wanted SA are exclusively dedicated to running smear and harassment campaigns, usually in a very childish fashion. That is also reflected in the retarded design of the site, which is wild west themed and features a sheriff badge, among other such symbols. The rampant spelling and grammatical errors do not help either, if the intention was to have the site taken seriously.
Who is behind Wanted SA?
First of all: The name Wanted SA suggests that there is a corporate entity behind the site. [continued below]....
Who is convicted criminal Kenneth Rijock?
Kenneth Rijock is another convicted criminal, for money laundering. He recycled himself as a financial crime expert and was involved in the founding of due diligence firm world-check.com. Sadly though, he has not been able to withstand his craving for crime and sleaze, and so he recently joined forces with Monte Friesners Wanted SA and a crooked Canadian outfit called Arton Capital.
So, what is it that Friesner and Kenneth Rijock do?
They do two things. First, they publish a plethora of stories that would in itself be sensational if only they were true. If you believe the duo for example, yours truly has committed suicide years ago, but nevertheless is being called to stand trial on unspecified charges later this month, while at the same time working directly for Panamas president Ricardo Martinelli. These remarkable revelations are then topped off with a number of wacky accusations about child pornography and other such evil. In the wonderful world of underworld PR, the truth is not important; what counts is that as much vitriol is being spouted as possible in the hope that any of it will stick, somewhere.The second thing Friesner and Rijock do is another sleazy mobster classic: Harassing family. Friesner has been writing about members of your editors family, and even went as far as calling this journalists parents by phone, claiming to be a Russian official, and accusing them of being the real owners of this website. It seems that Rijock, while working for Arton Capital, has now adopted this tactic too.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/18/2013 09:32 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Kenneth-Rijock-Financial-Crime-Blog/internet/Kenneth-Rijock-Financial-Crime-Blog-Kenneth-Rijock-Financial-Crime-Blog-Monte-Friesner-1044261. 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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