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Secured REO Services; Acqas; Cashflow Investment Solutions LLC — Fraud

Akiba Miniefee along with Jason de la Cruz and James Hutchinson Jr. are all a bunch of con artists promising great deals on bank owned properties and insider trustee sale information. For a $10, 000 refundable 'consulting fee' per property, they promise to 'reserve' a property from useless spreadsheet lists of property addresses, descriptions and how much the banks would supposedly accept for the properties.

In addition, if you can't qualify for conventional financing, they say they can arrange private financing for an additional $2, 500. but it's all fraud. If that avenue doesn't work, for a few more thousand, they can also provide you with bogus Bulk REO tapes. IT'S ALL FRAUD. They do not know anybody at the Trustee's office, have a private investor to do private financing, or have they ever successfully closed any Bulk REO transactions. They just keep asking for 'consulting fees' in exchange for doing absolutely NOTHING.

As for refundable consulting fee, don't hold your breath. If you request your refund, that monkey Akiba just strings you along and makes empty promises to keep your hopes up that she will refund your money. She's allegedly just waiting for this or that deal to close to get funding, yada yada, yada... It's all B.S. Just Google that gorilla's name before you do any business with her or her cronies. I'm just sorry I couldn't find anything on her before I foolishly gave her my hard earned money. I believe there are others out there who have been duped by Akiba Miniefee; if so, report her to the authorities, too! Her name and her cronies' names have already been provided to the DA's office, so we wait because it's just a matter of time before she shows up in the news...


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    AKIBA MINIEFEE Sep 03, 2009

    How do you respond to a malicious character and company assassination when the cowardly perpetrator is allowed to remain anonymous under the umbrella of a website such as the “[redacted]?"

    I recently read a business article that talked about how both large and small companies are being negatively impacted by unfounded misrepresentations published on the Internet.
    The problem is that it is almost impossible to repudiate these attacks, as the subject of the attack has no way of responding directly to the attacker. The attacker faces no real danger, as he/she is not only hidden, but also faceless.

    My company, Acquired LLC dba Secured REO Services, has been in business for three years. I have been in the consulting business for six years. We have literally helped dozens of clients entering the real estate investment business and those wanting to start their business of buying income property. Are we perfect? Of course not. We take our jobs as consultants very seriously, but we are human beings and we do make the occasional error. In general, we take pride in our performance. We are hired for our information resources and we strive to fulfill every client’s desire to purchase real estate that will fit their goals as real estate investors. There are occasions in any business, as in any person's life, when mistakes are made. The key is: what do you do about the mistakes? In our company, we endeavor to correct them. We believe very thoroughly in being problem preventers, not problem solvers. In California’s litigious climate, anyone who doesn't feel that they have been given substantial and fair treatment always has the choice to hire an attorney.

    Our clients are under confidentiality and non-circumvention agreements and there are arbitration procedures written into the contracts used in all of our dealings. For this unidentified person or persons to publicize these false and libelous statements is unconscionable.
    Does a company have options? Should we ignore these character and company assassinations or do we respond to them? A magazine article I recently read advises the victim of such attacks to respond and give their point of view. Unfortunately, this has the potential to exacerbate the problem because the person or persons on the other end can maintain their anonymity and continue to contribute further misinformation. But because we are proud of our company and our track record, we will continually do our best to counter any malicious accusations.

    As a company with a strong leadership position in the industry, we strive constantly to improve our service delivery.
    I will be happy to speak to any person with a legitimate complaint that wishes to emerge from the shadows and engage in a civil dialogue in order to correct a perceived or real problem.


    Akiba T. Miniefee


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