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Jonathan Curshen aka Diploamt & Fraudster(3)
Internal Administrator
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780


Posted: 4/19/2011 9:32:48 PM

By: David king

WHERE IS THE MONEY?


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/28/2011 9:55:46 AM

By: John Doe

That is true David, but calling the agency responsible for the ending of Red Sea is at least a proactive approach. By making the cal and starting to talk to law enforcement and regulators a client of the firm has a chance to move in the right direction of getting their assets returned to them.

If a person merely sits back and does nothing except post messages on a message board, then the process may take longer, if in fact at all.

The squeaky wheel gets the oil...

If you were a legitimate client of Red Sea then reach out to law enforcement and stake your claim.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/28/2011 9:48:28 AM

By: David Marchant

Re. "Those people only have have to call 1 202 278 2000 1 202 278 2000 and tell the agents they were clients of Red Sea or which ever affiliated company and they will have their funds returned."

That is simply not true.

When a group collapses, its assets are liquidated in an attempt to meet its liabilities. In a developed country, rules and laws must be obeyed regarding how this is achieved and it typically involves court supervision.

You can't simply pick up the telephone, ask for funds and they will be sent to you.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/28/2011 8:44:20 AM

By: John Doe

Remember that Red Sea Management and its affiliated companies had been in business since 1997. In that time they attracted a large number of clients, not all of whom acted in a criminal manner.

It only takes one bad apple to ruin the bunch. There are plenty of legitimate clients who had retirement funds and other assets managed by the group.

Those people only have have to call 1 202 278 2000 and tell the agents they were clients of Red Sea or which ever affiliated company and they will have their funds returned.

Of course if you or others were conducting themselves in a criminal manner then you might not want to call the US government for the return of your funds.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/26/2011 3:30:40 PM

By: Amused

That is very comical. I am positive that all of the money laundering, stock manipulating, fraud committing, people with bank accounts will be calling the Federal Offices in Washington DC to provide their personal infromation in detail so they can be reimbursed. LOL!!!


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 4/25/2011 9:51:29 PM

By: John Doe

The money has been all seized by the US Government. They need that money very badly to help pay some bills so if you don't call, they will keep it. If you had money with Red Sea Management, Sentry Global Securities, Sentry Global Trust or International Legal Services all is not lost. Just call 1 202 278 2000, give them your name and social security number and or passport number so they can return your money to you.


Anonymous
Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 5/17/2011 9:13:08 PM

By: ExpatLawyer

I would look for Miss Lucia Shum from Red Sea Management who is in Costa Rica and perhaps she would know something about it. She was JK's wingwoman and she handled all of his business from their offices in the Edificio Colon in La Sabana, San Jose, Costa Rica. She might be able to help!


 

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