- Report: #992448
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Complaint Review: Paul Iwankowski,Wellington asset Management,Costa Rica
Paul Iwankowski,Wellington asset Management,Costa Rica9940 Bay Leaf Court, Parkland, Florida United States of America
Paul Iwankowski,Wellington asset Management,Costa Rica Scammed Millions of dollars in Costa Rica Real Estate Fraud! Parkland, Florida
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We were told that most of the permits were through and construction would begin within a year! several month later the roads were being put in along with water.....pics on the web to show you the progress! In 2010 we noticed pics had stopped and nobody in the office had a clue what was going on! Finally the owner of the development "Paul Iwankowski" calls us with updates, the entrance has to be moved due to environmental restrictions......that was the last we heard!
Five years later we are receiving calls from people all across the country who invested with this company only to say they lost there retirement! There were 4 homes built but had no power so some investors lost twice as much! Please this guy has to be taken down before others are scammed of their hard saved earnings. We all thought our investments were safe 4-5 hundred of us and yet we were all fooled. Please be extra cautious when you are dealing with investments like these. Thank-you
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/06/2013 08:51 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Paul-IwankowskiWellington-asset-ManagementCosta-Rica/Parkland-Florida-33076/Paul-IwankowskiWellington-asset-ManagementCosta-Rica-Scammed-Millions-of-dollars-in-Cos-992448. 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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