- Report: #1104824
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Complaint Review: IFMI Germany-Markus Meyle CEO
IFMI Germany-Markus Meyle CEO100 E 4th Street Waterloo, Iowa USA
IFMI Germany-Markus Meyle CEO Markus Meyle-Anthony Spinner German Energy IFMI Services IMFI owes $248,000 consulting fees to Hales Global and CEO Meyle almost robbed the US Government of millions Waterloo Iowa
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Wrong Company Larry Hales and Hales Global
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In December of 2008, Hales and his team were German and then to Switzerland to meet with Ambassador Capella and Countless Irene Khreninger of Germany who had Russian suppliers who could make available JP5 fuel for the Department of Defense who needed he fuel badly. The contact for the fuel would exceed $18 billion dollars. At the time, DOD need the fuel for Iraq, and the acquisition office could not locate suppliers anywhere in the world to accommodate the need. As it turned out, the would-be-suppliers were mafia, who, at the last minute could not accommodate the need.
In March of 2009, Peter Kwetz a friend of Ambassador Capella asked the we speak with a distance associate, Markus Meyle, president of IFMI and introduce IFMI to the Department of Energy because the firm had a energy solution product. Following many conference calls an engagement agreement was signed by Hales Global and IFMI. Meyle insisted on sending a check for IFMI deposit to start the initial agreement. This was a bit strange because most international companies do wire transfers. A few days before Markus Meyle and Anthony Spinner arrived in the USA the IFMI initial retainer check BOUNCED.
We notified Meyle that unless the check was made good via a wire transfer all the meeting that had been scheduled at the Department of Energy and the Germany Embassy would be cancel. It took more than a week for IFMI to replace the bounced check with a wire transfer. Upon Meyle and Spinner arrival in DC three days later we learned the real reason for their trip was not to meet with the Department of Energy but it was to get Hales Global assistance in another area. In the rip-off report filed by Meyle against Hales Global he does not mention his name or the facts.
Once Meyle and Spinner arrived in the US three days later we learned it was not the Department of Energy demonstration $4 million dollar contract they wanted to pursue instead it was the Department of Treasury they wanted Hales Global to make contact with. Following indepth chats with the Department of Treasury we elected not to make the high level introductions requested by Meyle and IFMI. Here's why we didn't make the introductions Markus Meyle and Anthony Spinner wanted to sell faxed boxes/monetary notes which were illegal. Hales Global has all the records to prove this Meyle and IFMI are filled with liar and cheat. Hales Global fees for establishing high level meetings were never paid. Markus Meyle operates out of Waterloo, Iowa under other fales names and in Germany he is listed as a art dealer and energy consultant.
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