- Report: #1096946
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Complaint Review: HFP Capital
HFP Capital386 Park Ave S New York, New York USA
HFP Capital Geoffrey Byruch, Vincent Puma, Thomas Mikolasko I lost my money in a PONZI FRAUD SCAM by HFP VINCE PUMA GEOFFREY BYRUCH New York New York
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I was a client in HFP Capital in 2009 and invested in the MMM private placement. I invested $100,000 in the deal and lost EVERYTHING! It turned out that the investment banker Thomas Mikolasko and the owners Vincent Puma and Geoffrey Byruch conspired with the company raising money to STEAL $3 million from investors.
These guys are straight con arists and looks like they engage in fraud on a consistant basis. Vincent Puma is no longer at HFP because he was thrown out of the industry by FINRA and is sued by the SEC for a PONZI scheme RAHFCO. Now his partner at HFP and Rahfco Geoffrey Byruch runs HFP and gives Vincent Puma money for future scams they run
BEWARE of these guys and I would like to know how I can get my money back. HFP Vincent Puma Geoffrey Byruch and Tom Mikolasko are SCUMBAGS and should be put in jail!
Google HFP Capital MMM and you will see hopefully they will get the $3 million back to myself and others that were RIPPED OFF by Puma/Byruch
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/04/2013 06:54 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/HFP-Capital/New-York-New-York-10016/HFP-Capital-Geoffrey-Byruch-Vincent-Puma-Thomas-Mikolasko-I-lost-my-money-in-a-PONZI-FR-1096946. 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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