- Report: #490800
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Complaint Review: Transcend Realty and Development
Transcend Realty and Developmentwww.realtyanddevelopment.com Internet United States of America
Transcend Realty and Development, Realty and Development, Realtyanddevelopment.com, Carlisle Frank Mitchell, Deanna Meris Johnson If you are looking to work with this gentleman, consider your money in the garbage. If you ever watched Lord of the Rings - not only does he look like his brother in the movie, he is deceptive. Nationwide, Internet
As a socially responsible entrepreneur Carlisle Mitchell creates businesses and investments that leave people with poor credit, far worse than the situation they were in to begin with.
Carlisle was born in Fort Gordon, Georgia, the son of a male prostitute, Chauncey Mitchell and second of 21 children. Mitchell attended a private Christian school at 4yrs old and a year later, he scammed his first client.
Even as a youth Mitchell intuitively understood the concept of saving time and screwing people over. He continues to travel the country, putting on Sears and Roebuck suits, scamming people for their money.
Carlisle is said to have inherited much of his technical skills from his scam artist Mother, Gwendolyn Mitchell.. Carlisle is credited for developing a system for Verizon Wireless which streamlined the process for troubleshooting wireless devices - aka - customer service.
If you want to loose your money, go with Carlisle Frank Mitchell. He is currently under investigation by several agencies.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/05/2009 06:57 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Transcend-Realty-and-Development/internet/Transcend-Realty-and-Development-Realty-and-Development-Realtyanddevelopmentcom-Carlis-490800. 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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