Quatloos/ Quatloosia - Jay Adkisson and Chris Riser Facing Jail Sentences in the UKSCAM

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Heard about the strange case of US Attorney Chris Riser of Financial & Tax Fraud Education Associates, Inc. (www.quatloos.com) who runs the fraud hate site, Quatloos/ Quatloosia?

Well, this high flying US Attorney and Military Intelligence expert was admitted as a UK solicitor in 2001, but it seems (sadly) chose to practice as one in the USA without a practicing certificate as confirmed in December 2010 by the UK Law Society (regulatory body for UK Solicitors). Even today, he is all over Google and LinkedIn as admitted and qualified to practise as a solicitor.

This controversial lawyer (see: /URL removed/) who many of his clients have accused of theft, practises as an international debt collection and asset protection lawyer under his firm Riser Adkisson LLP (www.risad.com) together with his partner, Jay Adkisson, another US attorney.

The Law Society is not to pleased about all this and seems all set to go for his head under the Solicitor's and Legal Services Act which prescribe up to two years imprisonment for him and his partner, Jay Adkisson, for the offence.


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    JaytheTray Mar 18, 2011
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    From the UK Solicitor's Regulation Authority - Chris Riser has never held a practising certificate. He and his partner are frauds cheating the public:-

    "Thank you for your email of 02 March 2011.

    I have checked the records held by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) for a Mr Christopher Michael Riser and can confirm that he has never held a practicing certificate.

    I hope this information is helpful. If you have any further queries that you would like to discuss, please contact us by telephone on [protected]. Our lines are open 09.00 to 17.00 Monday to Friday. If you are calling from overseas please use +[protected]. Please note calls may be monitored/recorded for training purposes. Alternatively you can e-mail us on [email protected]

    Thank you for contacting the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).

    Yours sincerely

    Lucinda Jones
    Contact Centre Officer
    Solicitors Regulation Authority
    (: [protected]
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    The SRA is transforming its approach to regulation. Our current consultation is the last chance to comment on the new regulatory handbook, including the new Code of Conduct, which will underpin the regulation of solicitors and law firms from October 2011. See www.sra.org.uk/consultations".

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    Realistico Mar 18, 2011
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    The "UK Lawyer" is actually a scam artist by the name of /name removed/ who is very unhappy that his activities have been revealed on Adkisson's Quatloos.com website, see more about /name removed/ here: http://goo.gl/Id7Ym

    There is no case against Riser in the U.K., no arrest warrant, no trial, no sentence, no nothing except the ravings of a very whacko /name removed/ who is maliciously pounding on a public terminal in a cybercafe, between attempts to scam "due diligence" fees out of victims. Check for yourself and don't take his word for anything.

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