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Medrec LifeSaver Review

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Published: 12 September 2019

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Frantz Vaneus is not to be trusted in any way shape or form. He is a seasoned con-artist with an arrest history that goes back many years. Unfortunately, I learned the hard way. I was conned into loaning him over $100,000 of my lifesavings that was supposed to be used to fund the development of his company’s supposed medical information storage devices being developed by Brazentek in California, fund trips to investors in the United Arab Emirates, fund travel to meetings with the company’s Board of Directors who are supposedly professors at DePaul’s School of Finance, recruitment of clients such as Veteran’s Administration and Greater New Orleans Regional Economic Development corp. I was told that in return, i would be part owner of the company and that I would also be repaid with interest. After claiming to have received funding from a venture capital organization in the Middle East and I requested repayment the excuses started. The excuses continued for a period of a period of three months after which I stopped hearing from him. I have since learned that he has stolen my identity and opened account in my name, used my credit card unauthorized and have assumed my identiy or claimed to be related to me to gain access to personal information. There are at least three other reports of him on the internet. The Illinos SEC report is real just reach out to the agency and his victims if you need proof for yourself. If anyone is reading this and have any doubts please conduct a basic background check. I did not do that and now i regret it. He will tell you that someone is trying to slander his name. He will tell you of his employment with NASDAQ. He will show you ID badges. He will send stock photos of places he has visited. He wills show fabricated bank accounts and corresponding emails. He is a good actor, he will study your weakness, he moves fast and he is very methodical. He is a sociopath and lack empathy, he fits the con-artist MO perfectly. It is too good to be be true, so steer clear. Women stay clear of him. Companies, do not engage in business dealing with him or Medrec Lifesaver. Can you trust the personal medical information of your patients to a man and company that he fronts with such a horrible track record? Be warn! .

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