Beasley Investment

Beasley Investment Review

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Published: 01 February 2018

Posted by: Anonymously

These people are THIEVES! They pretend to be Christians and hide behind a church as youth pastors. So SAD! These people are lying to everyone involved.. The homeowners are allowing them to manage the house and payments, they are getting people to move into these houses with HUGE down payments. The tenants think they are now proud owner of these homes and paying monthly mortgage payments to Phillip Beasley and Ashley Thaxton. Only to find out that the home is being foreclosed on after Phillip and Ashley are not making the payments. They are not only screwing over the poor buyer that thinks they are getting their dream home, they are also screwing over the people that actually own the homes by not making payments and homes being foreclosed on… There are MANY complaint about this on … One homeowner after another and one homebuyer after another… look for yourself how much money they are taking from these innocent people. People are putting $8000, $10,000, $4000 down on these homes and making payments for months and months to the Beasleys only to find out they are just banking all this money and not paying the mortgage payments. This is THEFT! They have got to be stopped…. Please if you are victim lets get the word out and get these people behind bars! They are even posting pictures of them fanning lots of $100 bills… They deserve to be locked up…. Go to the police… Get the word out!

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