- Report: #1048773
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Complaint Review: VELOCITY PICTURES
VELOCITY PICTURES4766 Admiralty Way #10302 Marina del Rey CA 90295 Internet USA
VELOCITY PICTURES - PRETTY DANGEROUS FILMS - RYAN R JOHNSON - PATRICK F GALLAGHER THESE FILM PRODUCERS ARE FRAUDS WHO STOLE OVER $400K FOR FAKE FILM RIGHTS Marina Del Ray Internet
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Ryan R Johnson, Patrick F Gallagher, Pretty Dangerous Films, Velocity Pictures, Chasing 3000 Films, LLC
These producers claimed that they owned the rights to a film called Mississippi Wild and defrauded investment group DGF Worldwide, LLC. for over $400K from an organized fraud.
They promised the world, they promised to produce a slate of three films after they took the money, they never paid the money back or ever produced any of the films that they have promised to produce; complete fraudsters, partners in crime, do not trust them, do not invest money with them, they are complete scammers.
They have over $100M in film production credits that they continue to leverage to steal peoples funds for fake film deals.
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