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Report: #1186041

Complaint Review: Oleg Firer - Miami Florida

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  • Oleg Firer 3363 Ne 163 Street Miami, Florida USA

Oleg Firer Net Element, Unified Payments, Star Capital, thief,  crook,  fraud Miami Florida

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Oleg Firer is a THIEF and a CROOK !!

 One would think that getting away with stealing something big once is more than enough and one should count the blessings for getting away with it. 

 But no, Oleg Firer the THIEF had to steal twice. This scum bag is either sick in the head or can't think 5 minutes ahead of possible consequences. 

 Oleg Firer is a lying piece of s*** with no remorse for ruining peoples lives by stealing from them. 

 Oleg Firer is a scam artist and a thief. This scum bag will stop at nothing to steal from you. 

 Now he is working on P&D scheme to defraud innocent investors: http://finance.yahoo.com/mb/NETE/ 

 Oleg Firer was questioned by FBI in 2012 and was already charged by DA for Grand Theft: 

     http://www.greatrealtyusa.com/articles/Real_Estate_news/The_South_Florida_house.htm

 Net Elements lost almost $50 million dollars and yet Oleg Firer was able to convince the world that it was actually a “good thing”.  If you take a look at NETE stock, I am sure you will notice something very unusual: Going from 0.80 cents to $5.75 in matter of months should raise obvious questions...

 Thirty-year-old Oleg Firer, a New Jersey resident who claimed to be CEO of a Wall Street bank, now moved into the house, saying he wanted to buy it. In addition, he said he had more than $1 million in his own bank.

But there was a problem: no such bank existed and when investigators called the bank number, they got an answering machine: “This is Joe,” court records show.

 Firer came back with another buyer, a 30-year-old Brooklyn resident who claimed he had $1.6 million in Firer’s nonexistent Wall Street bank.

 That deal, too, was thrown out.

 By then, Miami-Dade prosecutors were tipped off to the home and launched an investigation that would lead to a bitter civil forfeiture fight between the prosecutor’s office, Firer and G & G.

 Not only did prosecutors charge Firer with grand theft, but they seized $950,000 given to Firer by a third party, Leon Goldstein, for the down payment on the home, court records state.

 http://www.greatrealtyusa.com/articles/Real_Estate_news/The_South_Florida_house.htm 

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