Thursday, June 2, 2016

Trump University Defense Video is full of Scammers

Trump University is going to court, and it's not going to be pretty.

There so many signs pointing to FRAUD and SCAM, still Trump defends it. In fact, he released this testimonial video of his students going up on the cross for the school.


Okay, but here's the thing... These folks are scammers! RedState reports:
Note that the first woman featured in the video, one Michelle Gunn, appears to be a professional testimonial giver for these self-help workshop scams. The first gentlemen who is featured in the video is Kent Moyer. Kent Moyer is not in real estate at all, as his rather detailed website attests. Rather, he seems himself to be involved primarily in selling the kind of “coaching” and “seminars” that are pretty similar on their face to Trump University.

Another of the persons featured on the video is Casey Hoban, who is also not today involved in the business of selling or buying real estate. He claims in the video that he was, either in Florida or South Carolina (he is not really clear) but one wonders if the returns from these real estate deals were so “incalculable” why he is in the business of selling protein water (instead of real estate, which is booming right now). While Mr. Hoban does not appear to be in the business of buying and selling real estate, he does appear to be in some sort of business and personal relationship with Donald Trump and the Trump family through his protein water company.
Trump should know better, He releases this video and hopes no one follows up. So stupid.

1 comment:

Bob Slatten said...

His ego is so out of control he thinks if he just says it's not a scam that we'll all believe him.
Imagine that as a president.

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