Report: #1057158

Complaint Review: Bluebanc Capital

  • Submitted: Fri, June 07, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, June 15, 2015
  • Reported By: Anonymous — Alabama
  • Bluebanc Capital


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Beware! I know a production company who has waited 6 months for a deal to close through these guys. Was suppose to of closed in under 30 days, and if not by 35 business days. They were to receive their trust account deposit back plus fees, by contract if deal didn't fund in 35 days, $400,000.00 was deposited in Attorney Robert Garners Trust account Dec. 12th, $5,000.00, in Phil's account. Numerous request were made by the individuals to have funds returned, fees, and penalties.  Phil Jones has been abusive, mentally, physically, and emotionally to everyone involved! None of this ring will respond to phone calls.  i will speak to anyone in regards to this.  This is nothing but the truth! They are living celebrity life off others money.  I will stand up to this in any court, I know several victims of this circle.  I will gladly share details to anyone that asked.  

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#1 Consumer Comment

Trevor Davies / Philip Ronald Jones

AUTHOR: Angry Investor! - (USA)

If this person, Philip Ronald Jones, is now reporting to be "Trevor Davies", be on the lookout.

His new operation might be in New York under the name

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#2 Consumer Comment

Following on comments...

AUTHOR: azul - ()

Hello all you guys, I agreed with all the comments on this post, one time I was a victim of a $200k USD Financial scam by another party, not Bluebanc Capital, and I hired an attorney and we went to the FBI, well, the scam was bigger than my $200k and the FBI released a FBI Newsletter disclosing the names, entities off all the parties involved.

So, if you don´t find any official reports, most of the time the company is not doing any criminal activities, specially if they have been around for years.

Another thing is that victims like me, don´t want to put our names to the public becuase we feel stupid, and we don´t want people to judge us. 

What you guys can do, is to contact the FBI in your area or Los Angeles Division to see if that is any complaints, reports or anything that can help you to finalize your due diligence.

I worked with FBI agents Phoenix Division in my case and this is what they told me to do, but be aware that FBI is not a centralized organization, meaning that if you call FBI Los Angeles Division and there is a report for this company for example in Phoenix, AZ, they might not have anything in their screens.

But I think FBI Los Angeles Division might me a good place to start.

FBI Los Angeles Division

11000 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 1700
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone: (310) 477-6565
Fax: (310) 996-3359

Another thing is to look at the documents and the deal BlueBanc Capital is offering, you need to do your own due diligence, if you are about to invest $350K USD, I think you should hire an attorney that understands Attorney escrow or trust agreements, because that is where your money will go. Why you are not afraid to put your money in escrow account when you are buying a house? Because you know the process, the title company, escrow agreements, etc. you´re familiar with that type of transactions, in my point of view a good thing to do is to learn how this trust or escrow agreement is structured and the reputation of the attorney that is holding your money. Hire an attorney to dictaminate that agreement and how easy or difficult is for you to get your money back.

I have been reading BlueBanc Capital instructions of the transaction and I can tell that it can be done safely if the right attorney trust account is signed and if the attorney that will be holding your money is a reputable one.






















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#3 Consumer Comment

The Importance of Credibility In Complaints

AUTHOR: Truthseeker - ()

I am contemplating doing business with Bluebanc Capital and have researched their history on the internet. I have found some alarming allegations on both Bluebanc and its principles. The problem I'm having with these allegations, however, is that they are being made by person(s) who either knows someone or some company that were victims of scams carried out by the Bluebanc organization. Well... Where is the actual victims in all this? Why aren't the victims identifying themselves and posting complaints? People like me, depend on victims telling their stories so that we can protect ourselves by avoiding a potential problem. But people like me also do not want to avoid what can possibly be an incredible connection to a successful opportunity because some troll with hate in his/her heart or some other personality defect is hiding behind a computer telling lies and steering good people away from good opportunities. Third party complaints hold no weight in our society and legal system when the complainer is victimless. We need the actual victims to bring credibility to allegations against a wrongdoer. It doesn't help, in fact it makes it worse, when I try to do due diligence on a person and/or company and all I see is a bunch of unsubstantiated third party complaints by non-victims while the actual victims chooses to remain silent. To me, the victim should have more motivation to warn others of their victimization than the non-victim. When it appears that a wrong is more important to the non-victim than it is to the victim, I will choose to err on the side of the victim and reject considering the complaint as a credible source of information. So, please all you victims out there.... WE NEED YOU! BRING CREDIBILITY TO YOUR PLIGHT AND WARN US OF PENDING DANGERS BY SPEAKING FOR YOURSELVES! In the interim, all you third party victimless trolls, reveal yourselves and back your stories up with corroborating, credible evidence or SHUT UP!

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#4 General Comment

Contact information

AUTHOR: swedrfa - ()

I have read the other reports at places like but most of that is historical information and/or not directly related to anything that Blue Banc is doing now. I have not seen any substantiated claims of any wrongdoing by them.

It appears that there is no way for one user to contact another through this system and it seems that you are hesitant to post information on here publicly. They don't seem to like you including cliffhall at mail com addresses either. I would be interested in hearing anything about Blue Banc investments, especially if you have first-hand experience.

I have seen someone claim that there is legal action happening, and saw that someone asked a month or two ago for some details on that and nobody replied. I would have thought that if these people are ripping people off, there would be some solid evidence available.

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#5 Consumer Comment

No Contact info posted

AUTHOR: Samuel C - ()

I would like to talk to you in regards to Mr. Phil Jones. Please provide me contact info to reach you or post here. Your anonymous. 

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#6 General Comment

More details please?

AUTHOR: swedrfa - ()

The author of the original report says that they are willing to share information, but it appears that the original report was submitted anonymously. How can I contact the original poster to get concrete information?

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