Bart Nolde, & Ray Clark are CONS!

Make a wise decision. AVOID BART NOLDE AND RAY CLARK.
Do you have money?  Do you want to lose it?  If so, here’s the con for you:


Meet BART NOLDE (DE GENERAL!), a family man who’s been married as many times as you have fingers.  The General is “smooth and charming”.  He will tell you false stories about how back in the day he was an assistant traveling manager like George Costanza from Seinfeld fame. “Rest assured your money will be safe with Bart”.  How?  By using Western Union, not banks - supposedly to avoid legal problems.  Do you believe that?  More likely, you will never see your money again!

Judgment Lien 1 , Judgment Lien 2 , Judgment Lien 3 , Judgment Lien 4 , Judgment Lien 5


If the General is not enough to scare you away from EBSEN, consider RAY CLARK (the God-Father!) who pulls all the strings and collects your money. His game is to have you wire money directly to him “to avoid extra charges”. Lies. He is the final destination for your money, and as old as the LIES of the World.  Ray is a story teller! Especially when it comes to his investments.

There are many others partners and associates. Do your research!  One thing is for sure, these people have joined the ranks of other “businessman” like MADOFF!

Ask yourself, “Do you want to lose your money?”  If you said yes, then join EBSEN.

To all potential investors, please see below:

Example A

Example B

Con artists make money through deception. They lie, cheat and fool people into thinking they've happened onto a great deal or some easy money, when ­they're the ones who'll be making money. The only thing more important to a con artist than perfecting a con is perfecting a total lack of conscience.

What does the average con artist look like? Despite what you may think, he isn't always a shady-looking character. A con artist is an expert at looking however he needs to look. If the con involves banking or investments, the con artist will wear a snappy suit.

You might think you can spot a con artist because he's someone you instinctively "don't trust." But the term con artist is short for confidence artist - they gain your confidence just long enough to get their hands on your money. They can be very charming and persuasive. A good con artist can even make you believe he is really an old friend you haven't seen in years.

Con artists do share certain characteristics, however. Even the best con can only go on for so long before people start getting suspicious. For that reason, con artists tend to move frequently. They may have a job that allows this, or they might claim to have such a job.

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