- Report: #1051481
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Complaint Review: Vendetta Royalty Partners
Vendetta Royalty Partners8101 Cameron Rd., Suite 108 Austin, TX 78754 Austin, Texas USA
Vendetta Royalty Partners Oil and Gas Royalty Scam Austin Texas
*Author of original report: We've seen the evidence
*General Comment: Case number
*Author of original report: Public records in Travis County shows a temporary restraining order against Vendetta Royalty Partners
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We WERE considering a large investment into a gas and oil royalty fund until our attorney brought something to our attention. Apparently, Vendetta Royalty Partners, General partners are: Robert Helms and Janniece Kaelin are raising capital for a new portfolio which is called Ironrock Royalties with another partner, William Brock. They are being sued for fraud in the county of Travis from one of their largest limied partners. Public records states and shows they have violated an agreement they signed with these partners. We have contacted other partners currently involved with these folks and the same complaint, communication is terrible and they are dishonest. Beware, I'm fortunate enough to have our law firm locate this info as we were doing our due dilligence. Stay away.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/16/2013 02:33 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Vendetta-Royalty-Partners/Austin-Texas-78754/Vendetta-Royalty-Partners-Oil-and-Gas-Royalty-Scam-Austin-Texas-1051481. 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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