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Next-Opp116 Village Boulevard Princeton, New Jersey United States of America
Next-Opp David Cutler (real name Ken Levinson) Total Fraud and False name Princeton, New Jersey
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To my surprise they were renting the offices from Regus, there was nobody there so I contacted the office manager who told me that Mr. Cutler had "medical" problems and decided to close the company. He emptied his office during the weekend. I asked for Mr. Bevilaqua who was the consultant assigned to me and she told me that he still had his office. I asked her to open the office for me and she did to our surprise that office was emptied also. She then talk to me and told me that she new that Mr. David Cutler was using a false name and that the real name was Ken Levinson.
I called Mr. Cutler / Levinson and emailed him and got an atomated response from his email saying that "due to health reasons he can not answer emails or calls". I talked to Mr. Bevilaqua who told me that he was also owe $6000 and told me that everything was a surprise to him. I am moving everything I can to get my money back. If someone was to join me or doing somethiong to get your money back contact me to join forces. Do not fall for this scam Ken Levinson is not a nice man trying to take advantage of people desperate to get a job.
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