Michael Llamas, 22, owner of Property Line Investments, was arrested after an investigation led police to believe he fraudulently sold the home of an elderly couple who thought they were getting a reverse mortgage instead.
Geneticks, goldman saks created worthless pieces of paper and sold them to their clients as cds cdo `s etc
Fcls was created for what ? mjna? thank you for proving the truth and realizing the con and if gs is commiting fraud it is not ok for others to do same, play the game like I and take money away from these a,s... o.`s
Pumpers will say this is old news, but it is still relevant. The CURRENT officers of MJNA knew what kind of a man they went into partnership with. Stealing a home from old folks is only possible to a monster with no moral compass. Anyone who is in business with such a man cannot be trusted either.
Really? Consider some of our "banksters". Look at the corporate work of Goldman Sachs, secretly shorting derivatives they were actively selling as prime investments to their own clients. GS was complicit in assisting Greece to hide its true debt while its deficit spiraled to the moon. GS may be the single greatest agent of theft and greed in history. Does Goldman Sachs make money?
Llamas may or may not have had an amoral streak in his real estate dealings, I don't know and by now I don't care. But let's not sweep handkerchief to brow and and keel over in a faint as if every instance of suspected shady practice in a former board member is indicative of the end of the world. That's totally disingenuous, and you're smart enough to know it.