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Beauti marked by Megan Nguyen Dallas TX

Megan Nguyen is 37 yr old attempted home wrecker in Dallas. She does makeup and seduces clients husband on the wedding day. Megan filed bankruptcy twice and has a shopping addiction. The richest man becomes poor after dealing with her and fighting her false rape reports. She told my husband she was pregnant by him but she bought positive pregnancy test on Craigslist. She went to Parkland to get rape kit and said my husband did it. She got downright scary when her plan failed. She is desperate for money and tries to have standards that her guys make $200k per yr.

Megan Nguyen Dallas Makeup Artist

Megan Nguyen is 37 yr old attempted home wrecker in Dallas. She does makeup and seduces clients husband on the wedding day. Megan filed bankruptcy twice and has a shopping addiction. The richest man becomes poor after dealing with her and fighting her false rape reports. She told my husband she was pregnant by him but she bought positive pregnancy test on Craigslist. She went to Parkland to get rape kit and said my husband did it. She got downright scary when her plan failed. She is desperate for money and tries to have standards that her guys make $200k per yr.

Doug d Jan

I knew this piece of c**p got 20 years. The sweet talked me out of 11,000.00 dollar with the promise and contract to pay me 20% interest. I am on her because I am sure I am not the first woman he scammed. 3 years later I am still fighting to get any money back. He goes by the name Doug Jan, Doug D Jan, Doug DJan, Doug D’Jan. There are others. He is American living in Canada. Not sure if he has a fixed address. I at one time heard he was married to a woman named Nicole. He is a big time scam artist and sells his trade by whoing women.

Gregory James Heath

A Cartersville-based accountant pleaded guilty to violating the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act in Bartow Superior Court Tuesday.

Gregory James Heath, principal of H&H Tax & Accounting LLC at 17 Felton Place Suite C in Cartersville, entered a negotiated plea of guilty to 64 counts of theft by taking while serving as an accountant and money manager for the Lakes of Stonegate Homeowners’ Association in Kennesaw.

“As a fiduciary of the HOA, [the] defendant was charged with proper management of the HOA’s funds,” a bill of indictment states. “Instead, the defendant used his position and access as accountant to siphon funds from the HOA’s accounts into his own accounts and those of his business.”

Cherokee Judicial Circuit Assistant District Attorney Adam Wilkinson said Heath wrote, signed and deposited checks from the HOA accounts into his own accounts from July 2015 to August 2016.

“Those checks total over $100,000,” he said.

Cherokee Judicial Circuit Judge David K. Smith sentenced Heath, 45, to 30 years with five years to serve in confinement and the remainder to be served on probation.

“I don’t want you being in charge of people’s money,” Smith said. “With computers these days, it’s possible to do all kinds of things, and you demonstrate that.”

Heath received a 20-year sentence, plus a $1,000 fine, for one count of violating the RICO Act. He also received a consecutive 10-year sentence for theft by taking and an additional $1,000 fine; concurrent with that sentence are 62 additional counts of theft by taking.

In total, Heath is ordered to pay $71,907.58 in restitution to the Lakes of Stonegate HOA through the Department of Community Supervision. According to a Bartow Superior Court final disposition, the fines associated with theft by taking counts will be suspended if all restitution is paid within 10 years.

Heath was also ordered to perform 500 hours of community service and is barred from having any direct or indirect contact with any members of the homeowners’ association.

Smith noted that Heath’s crimes could’ve resulted in a maximum 980-year sentence.

“You are not charged with a crime of violence,” he said. “You’re charged with a crime of vile theft.”

Heath has operated the tax preparation business in Bartow County since 2006. Wilkinson said it will shut down sometime over the next two weeks.

Defense attorney Samir J. Patel said Heath voluntarily relinquished his right to either a jury or non-jury trial.

Patel requested his client be sentenced under Georgia’s First Offender Act, which would have allowed Heath to expunge the conviction from his criminal record upon completion of the sentence.

Smith, however, denied the request.

“You stole from a homeowners’ association $72,000 … I’m not going to give you First Offender treatment,” he said. “If you apply for a job somewhere, I want your answer to be ‘I’m a convicted felon.'”

Per the final disposition, Heath must report to the Bartow County Jail by 6 p.m. on Oct. 26 to begin his sentence.

“And if you’re not at the Bartow County Jail by 6 p.m.,” Smith said, “the time clock starts ticking for an escape warrant.”

Four Season’s Ford Hendersonville NC

On top of the $1500 they cost me by not gapping the spark plugs which led to PCM/ECM failure/coil pack replacement and the myriad of other times they took advantage and didn’t fix a problem correctly or lied like when they said my car needed a new engine($5500) but needed a valve job instead(I gave them another chance about 2 yrs after that debacle) last yr when I took my car in and told them to check the wheel bearings and brakes because I heard crunching coming from the brakes, they told me they went over everything thoroughly and there was nothing wrong with my brakes or wheel bearings. I was taking a trip to Texas. I left right after this. When I got there I had to take it to a repair shop because the steering wheel was ready to shake loose. It turned out that not only were the wheel bearings hanging there ready to fall off(I had to get a rental car for 4 days because mine wasn’t safe to drive), the brakes were ruined(had to replace rotors too, that was what was causing the crunching), it needed new motor mounts, sway bar links and new shocks. One thing ruins another. They should have seen that all these things needed repair instead I left for a long trip in a car not safe to drive because their techs were too lazy to their jobs. My children and I could have died because they failed to diagnose problems that are easy to see and were told exactly what to check and look for. I can’t in good conscience recommend this dealer to anyone. If you value your life and those of your children stay far away. There are far better shops in Hendersonville NC to take your car to where the technicians are honest and know what they’re doing.

Avoid Four Season’s Ford Hendersonville NC……North Carolina

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