- Report: #186322
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Complaint Review: PoliceAuctions.com
PoliceAuctions.comhttp://www.propertyroom.com/ Nationwide U.S.A.
Www.PoliceAuctions.com ripoff Beware of this site you wont be winning anything here you'll be paying for JUNK New York New York, Los Angles, Seattle Washington
*Consumer Comment: Correction, it's about PropertyRoom.com, not PoliceAuctions.com. They are not the same site.
*Consumer Comment: Please get your facts straight
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Beware of this site you wont be winning anything here you'll be paying for **JUNK ** Here are names of the men who put this thing into motion and they are getting rich stealing from hard working people well I sent them a letter telling them I would inform anyone who would listen about this shady practice
Thomas P. Lane, one of the company's founders, has served as its Chairman and CEO since inception. A graduate of St. John's University,
Daryl F. Gates, a senior advisor to the company and a member of the Board of Advisors, is a nationally known law enforcement officer.
Steven Lupinacci is an entrepreneur with more than 25 years experience in operating and advising companies in a wide variety of sizes and industries. Following a successful career as a Partner in the international accounting and consulting firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Steve has been investor in emerging businesses, Prior to joining Property Room,
Robert J. Venter is Chief Technology Officer of the company. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Venter was Information Technology Manager for the Andrew Seybold Group, where he established and maintained computer networks for dataflow processes.
Don E. Nickelson a member of the Board of Advisors, is the retired President of PaineWebber Group Inc.
Andrew Seybold, a director of the company, heads his own consulting firm and is Editor-in-Chief of the Forbes Andrew Seybold Wireless Outlook.
Benjamin Padnos, a director of the company, has had an inside seat at the ecommerce table. Currently President of Done! Ventures, an early-stage private equity firm, Ben was an early employee and key member of Yahoo's senior sales team and a senior consultant at ValueLab.
Michael S. Malone, an Advisory Board Member, is Editor of the prestigious Forbes ASAP, and also writes a weekly column on abcnews.com called ?The Silicon Insider?. One of the best known experts and writers on high technology trends,
Joe Latta, an Advisory Board Member, is the Executive Director of the International Association of Property and Evidence (IAPE) an organization devoted to education and training related to all aspects of handling, storage, maintenance and disposal of law enforcement held property and evidence.
Harry Brockman is Vice President of Operations for the company. Early in his working career Mr. Brockman was a police officer with the City of Long Beach (New York) Police Department.
Mark T. Boyer, a director of the company, is a founder and principal of ROI Partners, an investment advisory firm based in Larkspur, California.
Kevin P. Lane is a founding shareholder and a director of the company. Mr Lane is also the founding shareholder and President of Lane Brothers & Company, Inc..
Charles Mattes, a member of the Advisory Board, retired as Assistant Chief of the New York City Police Department in 1998.
Stephen Downing is a retired deputy chief of the LAPD and a renowned Hollywood writer-producer.
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