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Angels Trust
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 11/16/2005 12:22:00 PM

By: jean claude

They are a small time up-front scam operation which is currently under investigation by CDN and USA officials. They prey on the faithfully naive promising approved multi-million dollar "project loans" in exchange for up-front fees. Total scum. Any money they have taken in has been spent on themselves. Investors / applicants have been left S.O.L.

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Posted: 11/15/2005 12:52:28 AM

By: Mark

anybody hear of Angels Trust located in Canada and the principals. Good or Bad?

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 3/9/2010 6:54:52 PM

By: Ethan Canfield

Hi, I would like to know if you can provide more information about ethan canfield from kelowna BC. He is supposedly running a brokerage firm and has dealings with a company by the name of Fortis Trust and Credit Union. I would like to know who he is.

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011

Posted: 11/16/2005 7:42:26 PM

By: Jim Nix

Domain Name: Registered: 2002/10/29
Last Modified: 2004/10/29 Expires: 2006/10/29 Registrant: Angela Moore 1-877-982-5465 FAX 1-775-6594

Angela Moore and Ethan Canfield are the two crooks behind the Angels Trust frauds and they used to run their scam off which is now non-functional. Their last known whereabouts was in Kelowna, BC, Canada. Ethan Canfield uses a.k.a. identities.


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