Thursday, July 29, 2021

Realtor Shahin Behroyan - 'stinking cabbage'

Behroyan was described as crooked and deceptive, corrupt, greedy, and using dirty money.
Busted terd Sahin Behroyan had his bumhole in a twist when he sued fellow North Vancouver realtor Reza Mousavy in 2017.

Mousavy outted the Decotiis/Behroyan $75k fraud, and among other things termed Behroyan a 'stinking cabbage', which seems pretty damn ironic as a few years later Behroyan is involved in the Haddad's stinking Celery Root scam.
In another ironic bum twister, the dopey crooked realtor association spanked Mousavy for outing the fukkin fraud of Behroyan.
Behrohan was banned for 5 years, but promptly appealed and has been doing the same thing for years.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

BCSC asset freezes against BridgeMark scammers fine

A judge has upheld the constitutionality of asset freeze orders that the B.C. Securities Commission imposed against the Bridgemark group, which the regulator is pursuing over improper share issuances. Members of the group had complained that BCSC asset freezes infringe on their expectation of privacy. The judge, however, has determined that there is no such expectation with the asset freezes. The finding comes as part of a case that the BCSC has been pursuing against Anthony Jackson and others since November, 2018.

Friday, July 16, 2021

EquiALT Ponzi scheme done like dinner

EquiALT Ponzi schemers Brian Davison, managing director Barry Rybicki along with Tony James and Michael Kelly are accused of bilking $170m from more than 1,100 investors. They are having their assets auctioned off, including 300 properties, multi-million dollar luxury cars and $10m in jewelry. Their fraud was 'underperforming real estate' with the promise of 'generous returns.' Some of the money went to pay off new investors while the remaining millions funded their lavish lifestyles. The scammers enjoyed expensive vacations, jewelry and multi-million dollar cars and homes.
One of the prized assets is a 2018 Pagani Huayra. It is expected to sell for $2.2m to $2.4m.

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Lumber prices correct

The lumber market wiped out 2021 gains, with futures trading at $550 per thousand board feet.
The US Producer Price Index (PPI) increased 1.0 percent in June, after rising 0.8 percent in May. US producer prices rose 7.3% so far this year.