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Complaint Review: Kevin Ryder
Kevin Ryder1400 16th. st. #400 Denver, Colorado United States of America
Kevin Ryder acceleration financial solutions, Kevin Ryder tried to rip us off too! Denver, Colorado
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I also checked this out with different resources and found out he was full of it.
I had some friends in county courts look into his record and he has problems in a few different states with conning people out of their money.
He and his partner Jeff McNeil are working together over there and seem to be right back at their bag of con man tricks. The new company is asurity capital solutions owned by driving concepts and driving concepts is owned by Jeff McNeil. The strange thing is that is seems like they are trying to fly under the radar because the secretary of the state for Colorado has the company registered by assurity capital solutions (with 2 s’s instead of one like it shows on their website (getasurity.com) maybe nothing but should be looked into by the FBI.
I called to see if they were still in business and they are. I spoke to a man named Victor Stewart that tried to set an appointment and was very pushy. I check him out too and it seemed that he was with acceleration financial solutions as well. Hmmmm are they all in this together?
I really hope that this message finds you and others before they too have problems with these cons.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/09/2011 11:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Kevin-Ryder/Denver-Colorado-80202/Kevin-Ryder-acceleration-financial-solutions-Kevin-Ryder-tried-to-rip-us-off-too-Denver-704545. 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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