949 Customs - 949 Customz - Mike Johnson

949 Customs - 949 Customz - Mike Johnson

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Published: 27 December 2020

Posted by: Anonymous

TO ALL THAT READ THIS!!!! BEWARE of MICHEAL WILLIAM JOHNSON of Palm Desert, California he Lives at California Villa on California St in palm Desert Ca. He has stolen cars computers and con’ed old folks out of there pension checks promising to pay them back and never does. He is on the take. Never keeping his promise! His work is Crap. His lie begins that he is an Heir trust fund had a fund from the Johnson and Johnson company. He will claim to you that he is the ‘Black Sheep’ of the family. Don’t believe him!!! (FYI.. he even sayas that his wife is the heiress to Abercrombie Fitch) He may also tell you that he did some time in prison. That’s the ONLY thing you could believe him on! No doubt he did, considering the con-artist he is. He claimed to me that he also has/had a website selling custom made rims. He said that he worked with ‘the best of the best.’ He told me that he helped with the design of the cars on Fast And The Furious, and Tokyo Drift. WHAT A LIE!!!! He told me that he had over 11 Million in Stocks and Bonds along with his ‘Heir’ money. He may also tell you that he has an account rep with Morgan And Stanley. PLEASE DON’T BELIEVE HIM!!!! If you have found the other complaints against him, then you know!!! This is no joke!!! THIS MAN HAS TO BE STOPPED!!! PLEASE: Report-a-Conartist Post a Report of Scam or a Con Artist finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/Report-a-conartist This Group will give people a chance to report con artists that may have con’ed them. Con artists make money through deception. They lie, cheat and fool people into thinking they’ve happened onto a great deal or some easy money, when they’re the ones who’ll be making money. If that doesn’t work, they’ll take advantage of our weaknesses — loneliness, insecurity, poor health or simple ignorance. The only thing more important to a con artist than perfecting a con is perfecting a total lack of conscience. What does the average con artist look like? Despite what you may think, he isn’t always a shady-looking character. A con artist is an expert at looking however he needs to look. If the con involves banking or investments, the con artist will wear a snappy suit. If it involves home improvement scams, he’ll show up wearing well-worn work clothes. Even the basic assumption that the con is a “he” is incorrect: there are plenty of con women too. You might think you can spot a con artist because he’s someone you instinctively “don’t trust.” But the term con artist is short for confidence artist — they gain your confidence just long enough to get their hands on your money. They can be very charming and persuasive. A good con artist can even make you believe he is really an old friend you haven’t seen in years. Con artists do share certain characteristics, however. Even the best con can only go on for so long before people start getting suspicious. For that reason, con artists tend to move frequently. They may have a job that allows this, or they might claim to have such a job. Railroad worker, carnival worker and traveling salesman are all parts con artists play to cover up their constant relocations. A Con’s a Con Different terms for con artists include: flim flam man, sham artist, shyster or sheister, bunco man (after the name of a popular “fixed” card game that has since become synonymous with scams), bamboozler, swindler, grifter and hustler. He also has a my space site: www.myspace.com/949customzink 949 Customs of Orange County, Lake Forest, Laguna Beach, Pasadena, Ontario & now Palm Desert CA Richard Cat City, CaliforniaU.S.A.

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