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(Aldo) Frank Carino
Andy Pandy
Posted: Monday, March 23, 2015
Joined: 3/23/2015
Posts: 1


Does anyone know anything about Frank?

I'm from the UK, he's from Toronto. My wife and I met him in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 

He was buying artesian mined gold and getting it refined and adding value in the process. We 'invested' with him (6 months) of hard earned money.

He was ill and returned to Toronto for medical treatment, apparently leaving the batch of gold in Dubai. He subsequently had more medical issues then unfortunately died on 2nd December 2014.

His family are unresponsive to all attempts to contact them. If he was an honest man then I wouldn't expect this. So know I am reflecting that I was scammed.

Are there other investors with Frank out there?

Any information on Frank or ideas for this situation would be appreciated.

AP


 

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