EUROAMERICAN TRUSTFRAUD - PONZI

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PONZI – SCAM - FRAUD
EUROAMERICAN TRUST – HERITAGE DEPOSITORY / BANCORP LTD
Khadija Douifous CEO
[protected] Registration Sweden
Heritage Holding Partners Limited LLC - Reg. [protected] State of Georgia USA.
3333 Piedmont Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30305
PONZI – SCAM- FRAUD

We opened an account with EuroAmerican Trust – Depositing 380k – 12 Months ago
EuroAmerican Trust (EAT) was to assist us in project funding via banking instrument.
CLOSING 2 months.. THAT WAS 10 MONTHS AGO.
FACT:
Khadija Douifous, CEO
EuroAmerican Trust – Heritage Depository / BanCorp LTD
FACT:
Khadija Douifous Trained under US CAPITAL FUNDING SERIES II Robert Fowler Atlanta GA.
Wrote FRAUDULENT letters to Clients Bank, Attorney and Court.
Contractually broken all agreements / addendums
REFUSES TO CLOSE ACCOUNT AND REFUND OUR DEPOSIT.
Khadija Douifous has NOW DISAPPEARED!!!

Beware of BEING SCAMMED by Euro American Trust – Heritage Depository/ Bancorp LTD-

Responses

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    rockman21 Jan 28, 2015

    Khadija douifous fake name will be found, all crooks are, hopefully with cement boots on the bottom of a gator filled lake, She is a real dirtbag, A professional con who had help from a couple other women in Atlanta area.

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