- Report: #1061153
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Complaint Review: Manuel Serrano
Manuel Serrano1200 S. Pine Island Plantation, Florida USA
Manuel Serrano liar, cheat and all around bad person Plantation Florida
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Manuel Serrano or Nandy is what he goes by is not to be trusted. He lures unsupecting agents to his team Diamond wealth management and tells them he will provide leads and help with sales so they will become succesfull if they join his team. he charges them 2500.00 to join the team. He says it is for marketing, dinners, golf. leads ect, ect to help you become succesful. It is all a SCAM. RUN. He does nothing with the money. You will get NO leads. You will get NO dinners. You get nothing. It's like a ponzi scam. You won't see any money spent on you. you just wasted 2500.00. When you ask for an acounting of the monies and where it went he gets mad. When you ask for a refund. He gets pissed off. He of course can't pay you back because he has spent the money on some other B.S. that is not part of the team. Thats why he can not provide any accounting of where the money went. You'll give 2500.00 and recieve nothing. BEWARE he is the true meaning of the sheep in wolf clothing.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/21/2013 08:16 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Manuel-Serrano/Plantation-Florida-33325/Manuel-Serrano-liar-cheat-and-all-around-bad-person-Plantation-Florida-1061153. 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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