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  • Submitted: Fri, May 17, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, April 07, 2014

  • Reported By: alan — SLC Utah
S Christopher Moore
5xxx rolling meadow dr Powder Springs, Georgia USA

S Christopher Moore defrauded investors, lost lawsuit, owes $38.6 million Powder Springs Georgia

*Consumer Comment: Christopher C Moore FRAUD

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: This report is false and misleading. The default judgment has been dismissed

*REBUTTAL Owner of company: THIS JUDGMENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND FOUND WITHOUT MERIT

*Author of original report: Shyllon Chris Moore Refusing to Cooperate

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Shyllon Christopher Moore, aka, S Christopher Moore, Chris Moore, Shyllon Moore, Shyllon C Moore, Dr S Christopher Moore, Legacy Funding Group.

Moore and Legacy Funding Group recently lost a lawsuit alleging fraud and breach of contract (2:11-cv-00648-DAK, Utah District Court).  He defrauded innocent investors, took their money and disappeared.  We sued and won a $38.6 million judgment. Chris Moore owes my clients $38.6 million for fraud.

I am trying to get contact info for Shyllon Christopher Moore.  I am trying to collect the $38.6 million judgment for fraud.  I believe he is in Georgia or North Carolina.  He may be continuing his fraudulent businesses under new names. 

Shyllon C Moore claims he has a PHD.  He sometimes calls himself Dr S Christopher Moore.  I cannot find any evidence that he is actually a Dr or PHD.

Shyllon Christopher Moore has been on Linked In and Facebook, though he appears to have cancelled those accounts.  If anyone knows Chris Moore's current contact info, please let me know at (((ROR redacted))).  If you have ever done business with Shyllon Chris Moore please let me know.  If you have been defrauded by S Christopher Moore please let me know.


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#1 Consumer Comment

Christopher C Moore FRAUD

AUTHOR: Humbleguy - ()

Christopher,

Why has it been so difficult to get you on the phone after Mr. Ornsby and I tried to contact you ? You changed (photoshopped) documents and ran off with 344k of investor funds. The proof of funds you paid for were 2 at the cost of around 22.5k USD for both. My question is since you are claiming this to be a fraud on my part or Dougs part then where is the clients remaining 320k USD ? I believe its time that The F.B.I. and I.R.S. criminal investigation unit be contacted. You posting this non sence B.S. is humorous to me and is a LIE on your part. Chris give the clients money back or deal with the proper channels of law enforcement. You and I know you have already spent it. It will be next to impossible for you to EVER refund the money because just like how you photoshopped the bank statements stating wires for more then 22.5k came in to me you will continue to lie on the internet and act as if you did nothing wrong. Lets set up a conference call ? Are you afraid of doing that ? 

Robert

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#2 REBUTTAL Owner of company

This report is false and misleading. The default judgment has been dismissed

AUTHOR: C Moore - ()

THIS JUDGMENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND FOUND WITHOUT MERIT

PLEASE READ IN ITS ENTIRETY AND REVIEW ATTACHED DISMISSAL DOCUMENTS

 

What I would like to do in this rebuttal, is to give the reader some true insight into the situation, how this erroneous DEFAULT judgment came into existence, and some points to review for consideration if you are planning on doing business with me, or the firms/individuals that will be named in this statement.

 

  1. I do not owe ANY money to Alan Ormsby’s client.
  2. I did not “lose” a lawsuit. I was not aware of the filing and did not answer the complaint. This is a default judgment.
  3. The Federal courts have vacated the judgment after reviewing all of the evidence that I submitted (see attached).
  4. As the attorney for his client, Attn Ormsby has violated the following statutes of the Fair Debt collection Practices Act: [15USC1692c], §805(b), [15USC1692b], §804(1), [15USC1692f], §808(1), [15USC1692e], §807(2)(a), §1692d(3), §1692, and §1692i(a)(2). [ site FTC complaint ID # 46303362.

 

For clients interested in doing business with me personally or corporately, we have several viable references that can attest to the quality of service, business and transparency in which we operated. This included an A BBB rating.

 

WHO WE ARE…..

Legacy Funding Group was in business (under that name) from 2006 – 2012.  During that time, we operated as a business brokerage and direct investment firm. We directly invested in projects in real estate, media (including stageplays, concerts, management agencies, and independent labels). We also directly funded private ventures and concept style projects. During that time we also operated as a residential and commercial mortgage brokerage branch and Venture Capital, Private Equity Broker.

 

During that time we also brokered projects that were above our internal comfort level or scope of investment. Alan Ormsby’s client was one such client. As a firm that has worked in this industry for years, we understand that you cannot please every client, but much effort has been made to keep our reputation in the industry pristine. God has blessed us to have a stellar reputation in the funding, coaching and consulting arena. We kept an A rating with the BBB and had 0 complaints during our operating years.

 

WHO THEY ARE…..

Alan Ormsby is the Attorney for an old client (Wolverines Entertainment) of our company Legacy Funding Group.

 

 

 

CASE DETAILS…..

This transaction was for a film project, and like most film projects and start-up production firms, the clients had $0.00. We agreed to work on a commission basis (such is the case with a vast majority of brokerage firms); we kept the source of the funding confidential until the actual funding. Keeping the option open on all contracts to have assignments agreed to initially and then completed once funds are on the way guarantees or commissions. We use the phrased acronym, ISAOA, ATIMA. This means ITS’ SUCCESSOR’S AND OR ASSIGNS, AS THEIR INRESTS MAY APPEAR. This allows loan brokers to protect their funding sources and provide protection of commissions to be paid.  This transaction was no different. The client applied for $11 Million for a film project. The source that we found, Aspen Capital (Doug Martin) notified us that the funds were actually going to be provided by Global United Holdings (Robert Williams). We were to find out later that this Robert Williams, Doug Martin and supposed bankers, were out taking several other companies for several hundred thousand dollars as well. Global United Holdings was to place $11,000,000.00 USD into a Bank of America account with both Legacy Funding Group and Wolverines Entertainments’ name on it and a balance/tear sheet was to be issued. We were given the bank and bankers contact info in order to verify by phone the funds at any point. Patrick Jones, and William Buchanan were the (proposed) bankers at Bank of America. The funds were to be monetized by Global United Holdings (Mr. Williams) and crew once all fees were paid.

 

The client was charged fees for due diligence and were then charged a 3% fee for points. The client paid a 1% ($110K) fee in order to receive a tear sheet. The sheet was prepared and (as instructed) the client sent the 2% balance over ($220K). Because Global United Holdings was giving the POF (proof of funds) in the form of a bank note that was supposed to be able to be monetized and his banking relationship was verified (or so we thought), we advised the client to move forward. The funds were forwarded to us and coupled with other funds from two other projects that Global United/Aspen Capital were slated to fund as well. Once all funds associated with the projects were received, we proceeded to forward Global the funds.

 

The total for due diligence/auditing fees plus points on the project totaled $336,995.00. There was a separate $6995.00 paid for due diligence/auditing for a second film project submitted by this client. Additionally $22,000 was paid to Global United Holdings in order to Compensate Doug Martin and supposed attorney for processing the transaction in a VERY short time period. I was able to find out through Patrick Jones (supposed BofA asset manager) that Williams was planning on using Dubai based Tecom Investments to monetize the bank note. None of this sounded far- fetched and even after doing some additional vetting on our part, we found that Tecom did invest in platform type asset monetization campaigns.  When the total was paid, Williams, Martin, Jones, and Buchanan all went dark. Phone numbers were disconnected, emails were not returned (or opened), and the clients never made their movie.

 

We tried every course of action to assist our client in recouping their funds, even going so far as to send them each and every shred of documentation between our firm and Aspen, Global, and BofA. We even went so far as to provide our clients with the wire confirmation sheet from the bank showing the destination of the funds. They contacted Williams, and were told that I only sent $12,500.00 for a POF (proof of funds) letter and nothing more.

 

For some reason they believed this con artist and filed a suit in Utah against me (I am in GA) for $38.6 Million. There was no validity to the claim for such an egregious amount, so they were denied the motion. They filed a $38.6M claim against my company and I due to them losing $344,000.00.  I was aware of the intention to file the suit, but was never notified that the suit was actually filed. We legally closed the doors in Jan 2012, and while having faith that my client would seek justice from the proper parties, effectively accepted our loss of client, commission and opportunity. Unbeknownst to me, they continued to file these same motions 3 additional times, and on the fourth attempt, were awarded this insane judgment by default due to me not answering the summons.

 

Keep in mind, there was never a court battle that was won by Wolverines.

 

Here is the issue, they served a registered agent whom after Jan 2012 did not represent me, hence they were not required to furnish me with any mail or service of entry that was filed against my firm. My personal address was an adequate way of filing anything and having me served there. They opted out of doing so. Lastly, Alan Ormsby is the State Director for AARP in the State of Utah. So it makes it very clear to me how he was able to receive such a default judgment. The judge that ordered the judgment must be in his circle there. How else would you be able to explain receiving a favorable ruling on a filing where you actually only lost $344,000, were thrown out of court 3 consecutive times, NEVER served the defendant, and were not required to furnish any documentation on how you arrived at such a ridiculous amount ($38,600,000.00 USD).

 

This transaction went bad in April, 2011.  This is when I gave all of the information for Global United Holdings/ Aspen Capital to Alan’s client Wolverines Entertainment. They took William’s word about the situation then. Now over the past 3 years there have been MULTIPLE reports about him taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from people promising them something similar. I cannot attach links in this forum, so please feel free to Google him or any of the other associates I have listed.

 

FEDERAL COURTS DECISION…..

I filed a motion to have the judge remove this judgment and dismiss it just as the previous 3 filings were done. I submitted ALL of the evidence required to prove that the loss was actually only $344,000.00 and also that the $38.6M was a fictitious number. The Judge agreed and cancelled the judgment against me personally. The only reason that the Judgment against Legacy was not removed was because I have to be an attorney in order to file a motion before the courts representing a business entity. So the judge made it a default certificate for Legacy in order to provide Wolverines with the chance to provide ACTUAL PROOF of their $38,600,000 allegation, and for me the opportunity to obtain Counsel in Utah to file a motion to dismiss for the business (Legacy Funding) Judgment. So in short, there is NO judgment against me for $38,600,000. It does not exist. I worked extremely hard for 10 months in order to locate funding for their project, and never wished for the relationship to deteriorate as it did.

 

 

We are in full search mode for Robert Williams, Doug Martin, and William Buchanan. I have spoken with Patrick Jones briefly in late 2011, he told me that Robert paid him $7500 per POF letter to photo shop it and verify funds. He never came clean about whom he really works for.  He later went dark as well. 

 

THE TRUTH ABOUT ALAN ORMSBY AND HIS CLIENTS…..

Alan Ormsby’s clients actually borrowed the $344,000.00 from other industry professionals and based on our review of HIS clients financials from 2011, the 3 partners had a total cash on hand of $3,800.00 USD. So receiving that judgment would be great for them, but it was erroneous and calculated. The individuals that actually loaned Wolverines Entertainment the funds were not named in the filing, only Wolverines. I really wish that I could have been able to find them an actual source to fund this project (instead of a fraudulent source like Global United Holdings), because it is actually a great project and a great group of guys. It is just unfortunate that we were all part of this scheme and that they lost other peoples money. I have been unsuccessful in locating Robert Williams, Doug Martin and friends to recoup the $330,000.00 that Alan Ormsby’s Clients borrowed from various sources.

 

If anyone has any information re: those 4 individual’s, please contact me by posting or contacting the site to message me. They took this money and we need to get the situation rectified ASAP. Here are some of the links to give a more poignant look into who Robert Williams is and the type of scam he is running.

 

http://www.globalunitedholdings.com/Leased_Instruments.asp

 

http://www.topix.com/forum/business/financial-services/T0QPRV10SEP6B01KQ

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Global-United-Holdings/Beverly-Hills-California-90211/Global-United-Holdings-Rob-Williams-Stole-75K-of-Mine-in-June-of-2011-Has-Yet-to-Pay-i-867729

 

 

 

http://mortgagegrapevine.com/thread/?thread=575647

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/swift-message-group/los-angeles-california-/swift-message-group-global-united-holding-scam-alertrobberytheftswindlerwire-fraud-927412

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/swift-message-group/los-angeles-california-/swift-message-group-global-united-holding-scam-alertrobberytheftswindlerwire-fraud-927412#comment_1

 

http://interfraud.org/ni_fake_loans.htm (his info is 2/3 of the way down the page)

 

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-williams/40/989/7ba

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#3 REBUTTAL Owner of company

THIS JUDGMENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND FOUND WITHOUT MERIT

AUTHOR: C Moore - ()

THIS JUDGMENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND FOUND WITHOUT MERIT

PLEASE READ IN ITS ENTIRETY AND REVIEW ATTACHED DISMISSAL DOCUMENTS

 

What I would like to do in this rebuttal, is to give the reader some true insight into the situation, how this erroneous DEFAULT judgment came into existence, and some points to review for consideration if you are planning on doing business with me, or the firms/individuals that will be named in this statement.

 

  1. I do not owe ANY money to Alan Ormsby’s client.
  2. I did not “lose” a lawsuit. I was not aware of the filing and did not answer the complaint. This is a default judgment.
  3. The Federal courts have vacated the judgment after reviewing all of the evidence that I submitted (see attached).
  4. As the attorney for his client, Attn Ormsby has violated the following statutes of the Fair Debt collection Practices Act: [15USC1692c], §805(b), [15USC1692b], §804(1), [15USC1692f], §808(1), [15USC1692e], §807(2)(a), §1692d(3), §1692, and §1692i(a)(2). [site FTC complaint ID # 46303362].

 

For clients interested in doing business with me personally or corporately, we have several viable references that can attest to the quality of service, business and transparency in which we operated. This included an A BBB rating.

 

WHO WE ARE…..

Legacy Funding Group was in business (under that name) from 2006 – 2012.  During that time, we operated as a business brokerage and direct investment firm. We directly invested in projects in real estate, media (including stageplays, concerts, management agencies, and independent labels). We also directly funded private ventures and concept style projects. During that time we also operated as a residential and commercial mortgage brokerage branch and Venture Capital, Private Equity Broker.

 

During that time we also brokered projects that were above our internal comfort level or scope of investment. Alan Ormsby’s client was one such client. As a firm that has worked in this industry for years, we understand that you cannot please every client, but much effort has been made to keep our reputation in the industry pristine. God has blessed us to have a stellar reputation in the funding, coaching and consulting arena. We kept an A rating with the BBB and had 0 complaints during our operating years.

 

WHO THEY ARE…..

Alan Ormsby is the Attorney for an old client (Wolverines Entertainment) of our company Legacy Funding Group.

 

CASE DETAILS…..

This transaction was for a film project, and like most film projects and start-up production firms, the clients had $0.00. We agreed to work on a commission basis (such is the case with a vast majority of brokerage firms); we kept the source of the funding confidential until the actual funding. Keeping the option open on all contracts to have assignments agreed to initially and then completed once funds are on the way guarantees or commissions. We use the phrased acronym, ISAOA, ATIMA. This means ITS’ SUCCESSOR’S AND OR ASSIGNS, AS THEIR INRESTS MAY APPEAR. This allows loan brokers to protect their funding sources and provide protection of commissions to be paid.  This transaction was no different. The client applied for $11 Million for a film project. The source that we found, Aspen Capital (Doug Martin) notified us that the funds were actually going to be provided by Global United Holdings (Robert Williams). We were to find out later that this Robert Williams, Doug Martin and supposed bankers, were out taking several other companies for several hundred thousand dollars as well. Global United Holdings was to place $11,000,000.00 USD into a Bank of America account with both Legacy Funding Group and Wolverines Entertainments’ name on it and a balance/tear sheet was to be issued. We were given the bank and bankers contact info in order to verify by phone the funds at any point. Patrick Jones, and William Buchanan were the (proposed) bankers at Bank of America. The funds were to be monetized by Global United Holdings (Mr. Williams) and crew once all fees were paid.

 

The client was charged fees for due diligence and were then charged a 3% fee for points. The client paid a 1% ($110K) fee in order to receive a tear sheet. The sheet was prepared and (as instructed) the client sent the 2% balance over ($220K). Because Global United Holdings was giving the POF (proof of funds) in the form of a bank note that was supposed to be able to be monetized and his banking relationship was verified (or so we thought), we advised the client to move forward. The funds were forwarded to us and coupled with other funds from two other projects that Global United/Aspen Capital were slated to fund as well. Once all funds associated with the projects were received, we proceeded to forward Global the funds.

 

The total for due diligence/auditing fees plus points on the project totaled $336,995.00. There was a separate $6995.00 paid for due diligence/auditing for a second film project submitted by this client. Additionally $22,000 was paid to Global United Holdings in order to Compensate Doug Martin and supposed attorney for processing the transaction in a VERY short time period. I was able to find out through Patrick Jones (supposed BofA asset manager) that Williams was planning on using Dubai based Tecom Investments to monetize the bank note. None of this sounded far- fetched and even after doing some additional vetting on our part, we found that Tecom did invest in platform type asset monetization campaigns.  When the total was paid, Williams, Martin, Jones, and Buchanan all went dark. Phone numbers were disconnected, emails were not returned (or opened), and the clients never made their movie.

 

We tried every course of action to assist our client in recouping their funds, even going so far as to send them each and every shred of documentation between our firm and Aspen, Global, and BofA. We even went so far as to provide our clients with the wire confirmation sheet from the bank showing the destination of the funds. They contacted Williams, and were told that I only sent $12,500.00 for a POF (proof of funds) letter and nothing more.

 

For some reason they believed this con artist and filed a suit in Utah against me (I am in GA) for $38.6 Million. There was no validity to the claim for such an egregious amount, so they were denied the motion. They filed a $38.6M claim against my company and I due to them losing $344,000.00.  I was aware of the intention to file the suit, but was never notified that the suit was actually filed. We legally closed the doors in Jan 2012, and while having faith that my client would seek justice from the proper parties, effectively accepted our loss of client, commission and opportunity. Unbeknownst to me, they continued to file these same motions 3 additional times, and on the fourth attempt, were awarded this insane judgment by default due to me not answering the summons.

 

Keep in mind, there was never a court battle that was won by Wolverines.

 

Here is the issue, they served a registered agent whom after Jan 2012 did not represent me, hence they were not required to furnish me with any mail or service of entry that was filed against my firm. My personal address was an adequate way of filing anything and having me served there. They opted out of doing so. Lastly, Alan Ormsby is the State Director for AARP in the State of Utah, NOT an active attorney with an actual caseload or additional clients to speak of. It is unclear to me how he was able to receive such a default judgment. How could one be able to explain receiving a favorable ruling on a filing where you actually only lost $344,000, were thrown out of court 3 consecutive times, NEVER served the defendant, and were not required to furnish any documentation on how you arrived at such a ridiculous amount ($38,600,000.00 USD).

 

This transaction went bad in April, 2011.  This is when I gave all of the information for Global United Holdings/ Aspen Capital to Alan’s client Wolverines Entertainment. They took William’s word about the situation then. Now over the past 3 years there have been MULTIPLE reports about him taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from people promising them something similar. I have attached links in this forum, so please feel free to Google him or any of the other associates I have listed.

 

FEDERAL COURTS DECISION…..

I filed a motion to have the judge remove this judgment and dismiss it just as the previous 3 filings were done. I submitted ALL of the evidence required to prove that the loss was actually only $344,000.00 and also that the $38.6M was a fictitious number. The Judge agreed and cancelled the judgment against me personally. The only reason that the Judgment against Legacy was not removed was because I have to be an attorney in order to file a motion before the courts representing a business entity. So the judge made it a default certificate for Legacy in order to provide Wolverines with the chance to provide ACTUAL PROOF of their $38,600,000 allegation (which they have none), and for me the opportunity to obtain Counsel in Utah to file a motion to dismiss for the business (Legacy Funding) Judgment. So in short, there is NO judgment against me for $38,600,000. It does not exist. I worked extremely hard for 10 months in order to locate funding for their project, and never wished for the relationship to deteriorate as it did.

  

We are in full search mode for Robert Williams, Doug Martin, and William Buchanan. I have spoken with Patrick Jones briefly in late 2011, he told me that Robert paid him $7500 per POF letter to photo shop it and verify funds. He never came clean about whom he really works for.  He later went dark as well. 

 

THE TRUTH ABOUT ALAN ORMSBY AND HIS CLIENTS…..

Alan Ormsby’s clients actually borrowed the $344,000.00 from other industry professionals and based on our review of HIS clients financials from 2011, the 3 partners had a total cash on hand of $3,800.00 USD. So receiving that judgment would be great for them, but it was erroneous and calculated. The individuals that actually loaned Wolverines Entertainment the funds were not named in the filing, only Wolverines. I really wish that I could have been able to find them an actual source to fund this project (instead of a fraudulent source like Global United Holdings), because it is actually a great project and a great group of guys. It is just unfortunate that we were all part of this scheme and that they lost other peoples money. I have been unsuccessful in locating Robert Williams, Doug Martin and friends to recoup the $330,000.00 that Alan Ormsby’s Clients borrowed from various sources.

If anyone has any information re: those 4 individual’s, please contact me by posting or contacting the site to message me. They took this money and we need to get the situation rectified ASAP. Here are some of the links to give a more poignant look into who Robert Williams is and the type of scam he is running.

 

http://www.globalunitedholdings.com/Leased_Instruments.asp

 

http://www.topix.com/forum/business/financial-services/T0QPRV10SEP6B01KQ

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Global-United-Holdings/Beverly-Hills-California-90211/Global-United-Holdings-Rob-Williams-Stole-75K-of-Mine-in-June-of-2011-Has-Yet-to-Pay-i-867729

http://mortgagegrapevine.com/thread/?thread=575647

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/swift-message-group/los-angeles-california-/swift-message-group-global-united-holding-scam-alertrobberytheftswindlerwire-fraud-927412

 

http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/swift-message-group/los-angeles-california-/swift-message-group-global-united-holding-scam-alertrobberytheftswindlerwire-fraud-927412#comment_1

 

http://interfraud.org/ni_fake_loans.htm (his info is 2/3 of the way down the page)

 

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/robert-williams/40/989/7ba

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Shyllon Chris Moore Refusing to Cooperate

AUTHOR: alankormsby - ()

Shyllon Christopher Moore, S Christopher Moore, Chris Moore, Consortium Capital Consultants

Moore apparently goes by Chris.  He contacted me by cell phone and indicated he was willing to cooperate, despite his earlier fraud.  It appears this was a lie, too.  He promised to send information on two occasions, but he has not done so.  He still refuses to provide contact information, so if anyone has his address that would be greatly appreciated.

Chris Moore is operating a new business, Consortium Capital Consultants.  It does not appear to be an active or valid business, but his efforts to continue fraudulent lending practices seems clear.  Moore owes my clients 38.6 million for fraud and breach of contract.

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