- Report: #1050354
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Complaint Review: Bradshaw Multimedia, LLC. | Too Investments
Bradshaw Multimedia, LLC. | Too Investments2711 Centerville Road Suite 400 Wilmington, Delaware USA
Bradshaw Multimedia, LLC. | Too Investments Group, LLC. Bradshaw Multimedia and Too Investment Group, LLC., turned out to be a fraudulent investment operations that say to companies they pay returns to separate investors from their own money or money paid by subsequent investors, rather than from any actual profit earned. They have a slick way of presenting it in writing. All the parties involved I reached out to like Too Investments CEO Mr. May and Rev. Crosby (Chairman) they both continued to say they can’t pull the money out until a certain time and date in which has been passed several months going on a year. Wilmington Delaware
*Author of original report: Almost a year and the money has NOT been returned. Foolish Baseless Rants is not the case, It's simple return the money.
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Foolish Baseless Rants should not be allowed to harm innocent parties...
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On March 2012 Bradshaw Multimedia proposed in a meeting in Atlanta Ga a business opportunity to raise capital for PeachTree Music Group for one of the artist on the record company roster. She stated her and her partner’s at Too Investment Group, LLC., located out of Stafford, VA. CEO Mr. Ezzie M. May and Mr. Rev. John A. Crosby (Chairman) is who she will be working with for my project because she got approval from Rev. John A. Crosby and that she will be looking into other programs with people that she has relationships and have successfully done business with. Camille Bradshaw description was she and her partners does Project Planning, Marketing and Developing Creative Investments Vehicles for continued Capital Growth for companies to raise funding in there programs as such. Camille Bradshaw sent over a Bradshaw Multimedia contract and the cost of the approved program (10k) to start the raising of funding. [continued below]....
To make it a long story short the investment given to Bradshaw Multimedia and Too Investment Group, LLC., turned out to be a fraudulent investment operations that say to companies they pay returns to separate investors from their own money or money paid by subsequent investors, rather than from any actual profit earned. They have a slick way of presenting it in writing. All the parties involved I reached out to like Too Investments CEO Mr. May and Rev. Crosby (Chairman) they both continued to say they can’t pull the money out until a certain time and date in which has been passed several months going on a year. These people no longer communicate Too Investment and Bradshaw Multimedia.
I do have email correspondence about the company, contracts, receipts showing who my money was paid to. All the info sent via emails that we sat and went over. Money was given to Camille Bradshaw of Bradshaw Multimedia LLC., the amount of 10k May 19, 2012, in which she gave to her partners in crime Rev. John Crosby and Mr. Ezzie May in the month of May. This is what I was told to be true by all parties. A return on investment was suppose to be on Sept 10, 2012. That was all lies. I have reached out to all parties for the return of my money and all I have been getting is all lies and still do not have the return on investment and my 10k returned. It is now May 2013.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/12/2013 05:26 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Bradshaw-Multimedia-LLC-Too-Investments/Wilmington-Delaware-19808/Bradshaw-Multimedia-LLC-Too-Investments-Group-LLC-Bradshaw-Multimedia-and-Too-Inves-1050354. 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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