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Complaint Review: Ron Moore, Custom Engineered Products
Ron Moore, Custom Engineered ProductsSanta Ana, California United States of America
Ron Moore, Custom Engineered Products Ronald Moore, Maurice Brear, Airspectrum, Inc., Andrew D. Weiss, James Grey, Jon Cohen Convicted felons Ron Moore & Jon Cohen continue international fraud scheme aided by Attorneys Andrew Weoss & James Grey Santa Ana, California
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Ron Moore is so happy with the new scam he learned from his ex-convict pal Cohen he wonders why he used to waste his time pulling off armed robberies .Cohen and Moore formed CUSTOMED ENGINEERED PRODUCTS OF SANTA ANA AND IRVINE, CALIFORNIA. Ron's new crimes are so easy even an uneducated Ex-Con with an extremely low IQ can do it. His only cost is the payoff to Cohen and their attorney Andrew Duff Weiss. Weiss's right to practice law in California is up for review with the State Bar due to his participating in am extortion scam with Moore. Weiss is also the subject to a slap motion to be herd in Superior court in June. Andrew Weiss says his client Moore is not bothered by the judgements forthcomming for his ilgotten gains as it is time for him to file bankruptcy again. He is married and hides all the assets in his wife's name who does not plan to file bankruptcy.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/02/2012 10:41 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ron-Moore-Custom-Engineered-Products/Santa-Ana-California-/Ron-Moore-Custom-Engineered-Products-Ronald-Moore-Maurice-Brear-Airspectrum-Inc-Andr-877490. 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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