The Wealth College, Mark Sumpterissued bad checks

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Mark Sumpter of The Wealth College, also known as TWC Publishing likes to call himself the "short sale guru" and he will charge you a hefty fee for his seminars and boot camps to share his "secrets".
The real secret is that you should not trust a company called The Wealth College that writes bad checks.
Mark Sumpter hired my company as a vendor; he then proceeded to bounce over $6000 in bad checks. Not only has he not honored these checks, he then disappeared leaving about $20, 000 in unpaid invoices. We have filed charges with the state attorney's office and they are pursuing this matter.
To make matters worse, as a former police officer, Mark Sumpter had to know that issuing bad checks is a felony.


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    grnfnger Feb 15, 2011

    nvested with Mark Sumpter and was also scammed. To add insult to injury Mark and I have known each other for over 2o years. If he will scam me, you can believe he will scam you too. At first he blamed his inability to pay on his travel schedule, but after about 4 months of traveling, I realized he was lying. Do Not Trust this man or his company with your money!!!

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