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jordan Bionda and the bionda thieves
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 8/13/2009 9:28:22 PM

By: jef

This Guy Madoff reminds me of a guy named Jordan Bionda from Hunstville Ontario he has bilked poor unsuspecting folks with a ponzi scheme that started in the Bahamas, came to the USA and to Canada and he is continuing to do this in plain sight of the FBI and the RCMP (Canada’s equivalent). Its not surprising that the securities commission and the regulators let guys like Madoff go they simply don’t care … institution has to get ripped off before they take notice…case in point 7 people complained to the RCMP and the police in Ontario about the ponzi scheme Jordan Bionda runs, he has a civil judgment against him in excess of $2 Million dollars but he could care less…… a word to the wise if the name Jordi or Jordan Bionda is mentioned, run dont walk ….and if he or any of the Biondas are on the street, ask them to cross and let you walk past …….if you dont believe me look up a case in the Ontario Superior Court Court file Number:07-CV-346140PD3 and read for yourself you wont buy this guy a coffee the day hell freezes over

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 11/23/2009 6:23:49 PM

By: richard pederio

Jordan Bionda and his whole family deserve to be held under the strictest of scrutiny they have all been involved in money luandering and setting up ponzi schemes the latest is in panama or that this where he thinks he is safe he is still taking canadians for a ride.....dont let him get one over on you be smart stay away from him let him starve to death he desreves noting more


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