- Report: #948832
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Complaint Review: Maroon Institute
Maroon Institute2743 Snapfinger Manor Decatur, Georgia United States of America
Maroon Institute Jabez Shakur Thief & CON man Decatur, Georgia
*UPDATE Employee: I have a judgement against her...
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: I JUST MET WITH CARLA LYNN TODAY
Jabez will go to seek out their "prey", then he lures them back to Carla to "legitimize" the crooked deal. Jabez leaves a criminal record everywhere he goes, which explains why he NEVER uses his legal name, Bryan M. Hicks or his REAL age, 33. Whatever you do DONT go into any type of business deal with these frauds. They have stolen tens of thousands of dollars from MANY people (including myself) so I feel its my duty to warn others. Basically, they are bums so rather than work, they prefer to steal from those of us who do. Their favorite prey is single moms, single professional women, and college students. They also go for retirees that have access to lump sums of cash...DONT TRUST THEM! Not so long ago, Jabez actually learned how to make fake check stubs so that he could expand his fraud to large companies as well.
If you have any info on these two or have been a victim, report them to the FBI & GBI fraud division. Don't bother calling the GA Real Estate Commission, neither of them is licensed or registered with them.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/30/2012 06:02 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Maroon-Institute/Decatur-Georgia-30035/Maroon-Institute-Jabez-Shakur-Thief-CON-man-Decatur-Georgia-948832. 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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