- Report: #972260
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Complaint Review: Winnol
Winnol700 North Brand Blvd.,#440, Glendale, CA 91230 Glendale, California United States of America
Winnol Param Bedi Investor Fraud - Sexual Assaults Glendale, California
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Everyone Wins - Consumer, Advertiser, Content Provider and Investor Winnol is an Advertising Revolution It will be bigger than Google and Amazon Tens of thousands of local and national advertisers will participate
All major TV and movie networks will give their content and make huge online profits Celebrities will be able to make huge online profits from their websites and eCommerce product merchandizing on Winnol
Local stores will now be able to advertise next to national brands!
Winnol has the only effective solution for monetizing the internet!!!!
The investor will get all their investment back within three to six months with up to 50% interest.
Every month, each investor can expect $100,000 of company profit sharing for life!!!
If it sounds too good, it likely is rotten. Guess what?
This is rotten - yet it sounds outlandishly GREAT!!!
Besides multiple financial fraud lawsuits, the Winnol company also has six different women employees stating sexual assaults committed against them by the CEO, Param Bedi.
Dear Unsuspecting Investors:
Invest wisely. Check out everything you hear. Dont lose your money in the Winnol hype.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/21/2012 01:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Winnol/Glendale-California-91230/Winnol-Param-Bedi-Investor-Fraud-Sexual-Assaults-Glendale-California-972260. 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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