- Report: #1158063
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Complaint Review: William Charles Taylor III
William Charles Taylor III1393 Raleigh Court Troy, Michigan USA
William Charles Taylor III ChuckWilliam Charles Taylor Indicted for fraud--stole money from investor using a TD Ameritrade "simulated" account to prove money was actually invested. Troy Michigan
*Author of original report: Taylor pleads guilty in federal court
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Taylor would lure investors in by recounting a current "false" background in investments, commodity brokering. He used a "simulated" investment tool called Investool offered by TD Ameritrade for people to practice investing using fictious trades. The software provided by TD Ameritrade does not identify it as being a "simulator" for training and practice purposes
Taylor was indicted by the Department of Justice and is on his way to a "Grand Jury" hearing, and subsequently on to trial in federal court.
No one knows how many people were "ripped off" by this guy, as most would feed stupid, keep quiet, and just eat the loss!
Taylor is currently with the multi-level company called "WAKE UP NOW" of ironic names. He is being touted by Wake Up Now and a financial genius, serial entrepreneur-having started and sold several financial companies. Every thing about this guy is a lie!
If you run into him grab your wallet and run!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/27/2014 03:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/William-Charles-Taylor-III/Troy-Michigan-48084-7054/William-Charles-Taylor-III-ChuckWilliam-Charles-Taylor-Indicted-for-fraud-stole-money-fr-1158063. 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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