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Complaint Review: Ari Glass
Ari Glass53 Paine Avenue New Rochelle, New York USA
Ari Glass Investment Background Check Ponzi Scheme New Rochelle New York
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Background check on Ponzi Scheme Ari Glass of New Rochelle
Rothstein claimed in his deposition that he'd also paid prostitutes to service a Platinum employee named Ari Glass
Rothstein said at one point in his deposition that he believed Glass had gone to the Bahamas for the purposes of tax evasion on investments in the Rothstein Ponzi scheme.
Scherer’s lawsuit says Will Slota of Platinum Partners, the general partner of Platinum, wrote to Preve and copied Nordlicht, Ari Glass, and J. San Filippo of Platinum and expressed concern over a partial payment: “Moments ago, Banyon Investments Collection received a wire in the amount of $256,250. This is the payment amount due to Banyon Resources today, Monday, April 13. The payment amount due to Banyon Investments Collection today is $7,765,300.94. Please advise.”
Ari Glass kept jumping over the line from one side to the other
Brother David Glass
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/13/2013 06:40 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Ari-Glass/New-Rochelle-New-York-10804/Ari-Glass-Investment-Background-Check-Ponzi-Scheme-New-Rochelle-New-York-1059003. 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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