|The National Property|
|The National Property Turst Brad Scott (Real name Brad KUSKIN) May 5, 2011 - Scammed my Start-up Company for many thousands of dollars ! new york, New |
|4th of May, 2011 by User208674 |
|May 5, 2011 If anyone (else) has been scammed by "The National Property Trust," or by Brad Scott (whose real name is Brad Kuskin) please contact me immediately. My E-mail is: [email protected] Please notify me ESPECIALLY if you have dealt with BRAD KUSKIN via The GoBig Network (GoBigNetwork.com) !!!!! This is SERIOUS business, and the more we communicate with one another the sooner BRAD KUSKIN will be caught and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Law !|
|AVOID THE NATIONAL PROPERTY TRUST AND BRAD SCOTT (AKA. BRAD KUSKIN) as he has created a Ponzi-like scheme to take advantage of the unsuspected entrepreneurs, start-ups and other investors. The National Property Trust (www.nptrust.com) is an LLC he formed in Delaware and he uses it for fraudulent activity to scam others. Brad Scott, aka. Brad Kuskin, creates shell companys to con the unsuspected out of thousands of dollars all under the guise of an escrow agreement. |
WARNING: DO NOT WIRE ANY MONEY TO THEIR ACCOUNT. Their "Escrow and Deposit Agreement" will be nothing more than a means to funnel and launder your money. More often than not they will use PNC Bank which houses a trust fund specifically for Brad’s schemes: its under the name of KRC&M. Once you wire that money to the account, it is transfer and moved in the attempt to launder funds. As a distraction, his companies will use several different attorneys on contracts to give the deal some form of validity. Once that level of comfort is secured, the will terminate the legal services or bounce from one attorney to the next. “Brad” cannot provide legitimate proof of funds for any of the deals. If he sends you a scanned money market statement from PNC or any other bank, call the bank directly for confirmation. While he has lots of money he has stolen from the unsuspected, he moves the money around. More often then not, you will see that there is no account under the information he has provided. And, if there is, it won't be there for long so follow-up. Additionally, he will not provide any legitimate companies he has funded in the past. He will use fraudulent documents and other shell companies to perpetrate the fraud. Professional looking documents too. Be forewarned.
Once he has a “deal” with a potential client, communication in the beginning with “Brad” will be frequent and often. However, once the escrow funds are secured from the client, “Brad” will become more distant and you will find it difficult to reach him by any of the numbers he has provided or email address you have. He uses several ghost email address which have no real personal associated with them. You will not speak to anyone other than “Brad” during any of the process. Once he has your money, you won’t even speak with him anymore. Below is list of shell companies he has either utilized, been associated with or has operated from:
- Jupiter Bay Holdings
- KR Capital Management
- Kravetz Realty, Inc
- Kuskin Properties, LLC
- National Property Trust
- Noble Business Funding
Also, check LinkedIn for his companies and/or his name. You will find that the National Property Trust was active in March, April and dies off quickly in May as more and more individuals became aware of his scam. The Go BIG Network and other similar companies started making formal inquiries into Brad's business dealings because of individual allegations of fraud. Brad scrambled and attempted to "re-fund" some of the transactions. He retreated to secretive behavior directing people to his attorneys. No answers will be provided. In fact, I encourage anyone to start searching Brad Scott, Brad Kuskin or any of the above listed companies and you will now find all the warnings necessary to stay clear of his fraudulent activity. As for the above companies listed; you will be lucky to find a website and if you do, more often than not it will be nothing more than a cache’ page. For the www.nptrust.com site he used fraudulent information to build the company around. If you check that specific website now it’s practically inoperable and listed as under construction. It’s been that way for a couple of months now. But, search the Internet and you will find several of their original cache’ pages which they previously had on their website showing the depth of the fraud, falsely using others information for legitimacy.
Most of the above listed companies primarily deal with transactions around real estate. That way, money wired to the escrow can be hid or masked to cover "expenditures" in the form of surveys, title searches, inspections, etc and the unsuspected pay into this escrow account believing they are doing so in good faith. “Brad” has since tried to expand his scheme to other areas such as manufacturing, retail and Green Technologies. I have attempted to contact several of the companies either in their process or to warn others of this scam; do not to enter into any contracts or wire money. I would encourage everyone who has dealt with “Brad” or any of the suspected companies he is associated with, to make a report with your local law enforcement agency and at the very least make a formal complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center (www.ic3.gov) to make the Federal agencies aware. Please feel free to pass this on to everyone. ~ from RipoffReport.com
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