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Hendrik Honer Travel lodge scam
Housing scam
22nd of Jun, 2012 by Rick Ireland
Hendrik Honer has not only scammed Travelodge, but he also scammed Cascade Apartments in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Cascade Apartments is located at 1400 Village Boulevard in West Palm Beach, Florida. Mr. Honer needed temporary housing and he needed housing fast. Without having proper identification due to the fact that he was an illegal alien, he got turned down in many apartments he applied for. He put his con manthinking hat on and somehow managed to get his rental application approved with Cascade Apartments. Once Hendrik Honer moved in to Cascade Apartments, he did not have intentions on ever paying them their monthly rent. He played the same charade where he kept on telling the Cascade property managers that he had a delay in collecting money from paintings he sold and would show the rental management staff his websites and show him what a professional he was.

Again, the excuse was next week, next week, next week until the property manager found out that Hendrik Honer never ever had intentions of paying them and he was not even making partia lpayments in good faith while having money to purchase other things. When eviction was inevitable, Hendrik Honer packed all his belongings and moved out in the middle of the night. To this date, he has made no effort whatsoever to pay his back due debts. The staff atCascade Apartments were so infuriated over the con Mr. Honer had pulled on them that they sent his file tocollections. Eventually, the management of Cascade Apartments took Mr. Honer to court and were awarded a judgment against Hendrik Honer. fraud and needs to be stopped. He is a fake and I was surprised to see him on the internet with a bunch of recent websites he created to market himself.

Mr. Hendrik Honer is a scammer and a fraud and I am a victiim of him as well. I am a Florida businessman and I got defrauded by Hendrik Honer as well, which I will write about in a later report.

BEWARE OF HENDRIK HONER
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3406 days ago by Rick Ireland
Mr.Hendrik Honer himself is the only criminal here and should be arrested and denied any legal access to the United States of America and deported back to his homeland Germany where in fact he potentially faces criminal charges due his family’s alleged illegal automotive activities which included bribing local government officials to name a few. The family dealership and private residence were raided by the German authorities and all of the family’s assets were seized, thus forcing Mr.Hendrik Honer to abandon his family and flee to the U.S.A. While the German government pursued the legal process, Mr. Honer’s father placed his company into his daughter’s name in order for her to take the fall and as a result, she (Hendrik Honer’s sister) was taken into custody while the authorities investigated all of the Honer family’s illegal activities. Mr. Honer didn’t even attend his own father’s funeral as he passed away of pancreatic cancer in 2008. Hendrik knew if he returned to bury his father, he would have two problems. One, he would possibly face criminal charges and arrest by German authorities if German authorities knew he was in German soil. Two, he would definitely not be permitted back into the United States since he has been an illegal, undocumented alien for over 10 years.

Hendrik Honer’s main goal was to be extremely wealthy and he is obsessed with his goal to the point that he will become rich at any expense, whether he gets to that goal legally or illegally. He came to the conclusion that in order to be wealthy, he could not do it in Germany due to his families checkered past and the economic structure but in the United States, where the opportunities were more abundant and the laws were more lax. He did not have any family or friends in the United States to sponsor him for residency so the only avenue he that was available to him was to get a student visa by enrolling at an undergraduate college or university in the United States. He decided to apply to Northwood University in West Palm Beach, Florida and got accepted. He then applied for a student visa to study at Northwood University and got the visa granted from the Immigration and Naturalization Service.

While attending Northwood University, Hendrik Honer was always thinking ahead on ways in becoming a permanent residence. He studied ways of getting a sponsorship, whether it was through illegal marriage, or other avenues where the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service would grant people like him permanent legal residency status. One of the ways he found out that would be the easiest and most practical way in obtaining a green card was to get a business to sponsor him.

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