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Kevin Parker DSP Consulting foreclosure bankruptcy Miami, Florida
31st of Oct, 2011 by User419305
This is a warning about a scam/con-artist named Kevin Parker. Kevin Parker, of DSP Consulting Group based in Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, is a dishonorable, untrustworthy, thief, who portrays himself as an economic/foreclosure/bankruptcy paralegal advisor. The reality is he prays on people who need help. Kevin Parker, at first portraying himself as an attorney, agreed to let me intern for him. Stating he would reimburse me for the funds to become a notary republic, he never did. Stating he would pay for a PACER bill incurred at his request, for his business, he never did (even lying at one point stating he had paid it). Stating he would start paying me an hourly wage, he never did. Always promising to reimburse me for money spent, he never did. Kevin Parker’s address is always changing. His fax number, phone number, and e-mail’s are numerous and frequently changing, or non-functional. This is done so you can’t get a hold of him, or find him, after he scams you. I found for Kevin Parker a decent, honest, hard-working, client who was going thru foreclosure/bankruptcy. This client placed his trust in Kevin Parker, and his current fly-by-night business called DSP Consulting Group, believing Kevin Parker would do what he was hired to do. Kevin Parker was more than eager enough to take this persons money, and then proceeded to ignore him. He took well into 4 figures of cash from this person. He was so arrogant, unprofessional, and unavailable, that it amounted to negligence. Even going so far as to hang-up on the client in the middle the only phone call the client ever received from him. Kevin Parker purposely did not pursue the clients’ wishes to see if a loan modification was available, thereby causing the client to miss a necessary time-table with the bank, for modification. If there is no further money in it for Kevin Parker then he is not going to lift a finger. Kevin Parker is dishonest. Kevin Parker is only interested in taking people’s money. He will charge an up-front fee, and then continually request more money afterwards for subsequent reasons. However, if no more money is forthcoming Kevin Parker disappears. He stops answering e-mails, and phone calls, and just disappears with your money. Kevin Parker is a thief who ruins the lives of people that relied on him. People like Kevin Parker are a detriment to society. They make life harder for everyone else because of their dishonesty, and lack of ethics, and morals. Kevin Parker is not out to help people, Kevin Parker is a psychopathic thief. The client involved in this issue, as well as myself, are willing to verify all of the above facts.

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