The Exchange Collection

The Exchange Collection Review

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Published: 26 December 2017

Posted by: Anonymously

This company’s founder is a con man. If you go to Rip Off Report, Google, Word Press, and look up Peter J. Burns, III you will find a variety of scams he has pulled on a number of people in Phoenix, Atlanta, and Florida. He has doing this for years. He poses as a serial entreprenuer. The only thing serial about this crook is that he is after your money. I have a laundry list of his various judgements and court cases against him. He has no verifiable assets, no home base, no checking accounts, etc. He is an absolute phoney from the word go. If you trust your assets to this crook you will defienelty be putting them at a very probable risk. He took me for $75K. He has totaled over $1.5 Million in phony deals and crooked schemes that I can account for. He has a laundry list of people in the Phoenix, Atlanta, and Florida areas that he has scammed. Many I know would be happy to talk to anyone interested in getting this man put in jail where he belongs. I am happy to provide anyone with the info on this crook. You can research him yourself by going to the web sites for the county recorders offices in Maricopa, Arizona, and Lee County in Florida. Look up Civil, Family, and Probate case records for Peter J. Burns III. He told all of us in Phoenix that his father had died leaving him and his three siblings a $20 Million dollar iinheritence. I found out later that when he told me and others this, his father was still alive and living in a condo in Santa Moncia. He died a month and half after he made these statements which induced me and others to give him money for a company which he later called B3 Funding. He claims on Facebook, Linkedin, and other web sites that B3 did some $2.3 Billion dollars worth of transactions. All fabricated. Nothing ever went into the account with the exception of money I put there and he made off with my money and others. He promoted a 22 year old intern he hired, one of four he failed to pay, to give me his savings of $10K and this intern convinced his Dad to invest $76K for the option to by an IPO for $1 a share. This was to be stock that Peter J Burns III was going to buy with this inheritence which he claimed had grown to $6 Million he was to recieve. There are more stories about this fraud. If you do business with The Exchange Collection, I would caution you that your assets and your money are at risk. You are welcome to contact me. .

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