Solei Systems Washington Washington DC Review

Editoru2019s Comment: Ripoff Scams believes in transparency and the more information the better. In this instance there has been court action regarding this subject Report. We believe it important to note that not all Court Orders are alike. Many court orders are absolutely legitimate. However, sometimes courts enter orders based upon default which typically means that the defendant didnu2019t show up. Sometimes a defendant wonu2019t show up because they didnu2019t even get notice of the case proceedings in the first place and other times defendants may not show up because they donu2019t necessarily have the knowledge and/or the financial resources to fight. Still, in other instances, a defendant may simply appear only to stipulate (settle) the case by agreeing to stipulate to a court order because they are being bullied by the plaintiff and whether what they said was true or not, they just want the matter to go away so they can move on with life and make the plaintiff go away. We are providing you all with the same information so that you may be more informed and, coupled with any additional research you feel is necessary, make your own informed decision regarding the validity of this Report. As always, we encourage our readers to do their homework and not just rely on one single source for information. Google, through the Lumen Database, has provided the following document relating to this subject Report: Paul Spivak v. Carol Chandler – Modified Judgment Entry by Ripoff Scams on Scribd ————————————————————————— This man is an expert at creating companies and lying about what they can do. He sells rights to technology /products without the intention of supporting or delivering the services or the products he is promoting. He knows the banking system and is dictatorial in his approaches. Mr Spivak moves from place of business to place of business and knows how to hide from creditors and lawsuits. Several complaints have been filed against him with the Ohio Stae attorney’s office and I beleive the FBI is investigating him for mail fraud among other things. This man stole 65K from me. He is dangerous and I beleive associated with the under world. The last thing you want to do is be assoicaited with him. His new and latest con gig is StMartin Power boats. I understand that he is repeating the same thing to franchisees in that industry as he did/does in the sun tanning industry. He is impossible to reach and moves from one lawyer to the next until you run out of patience or money. He is a calculating arrogant individual who cannot be trusted. I was able to engage Eight people who have had similar expoeriences with Mr Spivak to file a claim for 1.2 million dollars in the courts of the State of OHIO. The named defendants of this lawsuit will include three of his companies and himself personally. I will inform the readers of this site of the details of this lawsuit when it is formalized. You should not trust this man and if you know what is good for your bank account, do business with him. He is a dangerous man. Stay away from him.

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