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Garvey Louisons tenth letter - No trustable
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 1/20/2010 8:35:59 AM

By: knightmare3000

with all the trouble of the Bank Crozier in Grenada,I still can not see how people were taken in by them also the recent scandal with Stanford and Antigua. why are people so gullible? if they want offshore they can go to legitimate outfits. even get into hedge funds in the Caymans and make a fortune. so why they went to this outfit amazes me. my guess is that they shall never get any money back. too bad,but then again they are partially responsible for this with their own stupidity. if it sounds too good to be true,it probably is.

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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
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Posted: 1/20/2010 5:25:11 AM

By: Onyx88

Garvey Louisons, liqidator of Bank Crozier also one of the henchmen of the corrupted Keith Mitchell blames the delayed distruibution of the funds of the creditors of various things.

The real and only reason for the delay, is that he have choosen to civil path instead of the crimial to get the stolen money back from RBTT. The reason for this? To prolong the liquidation process and invoice more money from the creditors. 2 more years and couting..

A normal decent responsible person would have reported the theft to the Police which is the right thing do to when someone steals 1.75 Million USD from you. Why is nothing stated in his reports about that? No reference to any Police report whatsoever. How can anyone steal 1.75 Million USD and walk around free even though the evidence is clear? Only in Grenada, only in Grenada...


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