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Global Investments, Westminster, Alliji
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Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 12/18/1999 1:28:07 PM

By: none supplied

I am trying to make connections. First a little background information. Global Investments Inc. is a Bahamian IBC involved in a non-existent bank debenture program. The players are David Tedder of The Legal Advantage, Russell Pierce of Russell Pierce Consulting Inc. and Brent Duncan from Huntsville AL. I am looking for connections between any of these players and the people associated with Westminster Financial Associates Inc. They are Debbie Alliji and Ken Roper. Anyone know if this is the same Debbie Alliji associated with Westminster International holdings Ltd.? Anyone know if this is the same Debbie Alliji married to Shabbir Alliji? Anyone know if this is the same Debbie Alliji with ties to Carlos Spittali (sp. ?)? It has been reported that this last person is a known swindler in London. Anyone have the correct spelling for this last person who know of past scams he has been connected with? Anyone know if any of these people (other than David Tedder since the answer is yes) are associated with Marc Harris of The Marc Harris Organization? Any information is greatly appreciated.
Thank you,

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 2/15/2007 3:38:20 PM

By: What

I hate you you guys suck

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 12/19/1999 9:27:55 AM

By: Marc M. Harris

No, we are not associated with any of the individuals mentioned.


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