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THE LANDINVESTORS SOCIETY
Internal Administrator
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 12/16/2003 6:45:29 AM

By: SENEM

DEAR SIR,
I WONDER IF ANYBODY HEARD ABOUT "THE LNDINVESTORS SOCIETY " THE OWNER IS " MICHAEL ELLINGTON SMYTHE " .THEY LEFT FOR
AND HOLIDAY AND NEVER RETURNED. GM. IS
PAUL JOSEPH KEENE AND OTHER BRITISH NATIONALITY PERSONS ARE ALLAN BAMBROFFE ,
BILL ??? WHO LIVES IN TAIWAN AND JEFF WHO
LIVES IN SICILY. THEY LEFT THE STAFF HOPELESS AND RUN AWAY WITH MILLIONS DOLLARS.HOW CAN
YOU HELP US TO REACH ANY INFO. TO LOCATE
THEM.PLS. DO YOUR BEST .WE ARE IN VERY DIFFICULT POSITION . AND LOST ALL OUR MONEY.
WE NEED URGENT HELP.
BEST REGARDS.
SENEM AGRIN


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 5/20/2004 12:49:02 AM

By: NONAME

THIS MAN GOES AROUND THE WORLD SETTING UP COMPANIES TO CHEAT, AND THE ACTIVITIES ARE STILL GOING ON. 'MICHAEL ELLINGTON SMYTHE' IS CURRENTLY IN ASIA.


Anonymous
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 5/8/2004 7:29:05 PM

By: jokebox

i used to work there when it first opened. and now i hear a lot from friends, what happened and etc. as far as i remember the case is at the jandarma? right? and the whole staff is at the court or sth. i dont know if i can help you but i think you know about paul's e-mail adres. if you want to you can contact me


 

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