The National Property

The National Property Trust NPTrust.com The National Property Trust, nptrust.com, www.nptrust.com, Brad Scott, Melissa Levine, Anne Morgan frau – Do some due diligence and you will easily discover that this company is a complete scam. 1. The company used to display a stock ticker link on their home page linking to a publicly traded company in New Zealand (www.npt.co.nz/). One call to Allan Tan, CFO ((04) 499 3219) of that company revealed that there is no relationship between the New Zealand company and NPTrust.com, or “Brad Scott.” The New Zealand company said they would issue a cease and desist letter to NPTrust.com. Within two days the link was removed from NPTrust.com 2. In trying to contact their “Portfolio” companies listed on the NPTrust.com website (before it was removed) we found that the companies either did not exist (completely FAKE), or that the legitimate companies did not have a relationship with NPTrust.com, or “Brad Scott.” One exception is a company KR Capital, who refused to comment. The other legitimate companies were shocked to learn of their logo and identity misuse. Once the legitimate companies were notified the “Portfolio” page was removed from the NPTrust.com website later that day, and has not been re-posted since. “Portfolio” companies were: KR Capital, PropertyShine, Corporatecred.com, Emerging World Pharma, Intellicred, Sierra Resource Group, ClassicMedia, Actient, Landmark Aviation, Devicor, Sorenson Communications, Cardinal Logistics Management. One the FAKE company websites you would have noticed that if you tried to go to any other links from the home page that you would have only refreshed the home page. Also, go to the contacts page of any of the FAKE web companies and you would have discoved no address, no phone numbers, or no e-mail addresses. Strange for so many comapnies to make it so hard for their potential customer to contact them. 3. The company purports to have an “Anne Morgan” and “Melissa Levine” working at the company, but you will never talk to them because they do not really exist. Multiple messages left to each of those individuals were either not returned at all, or eventually returned by “Brad Scott.” 4. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) link at the bottom of the NPTrust.com website actually links to a company in Florida with the same name “The National Property Trust.” One call to the company (727-799-0111) revealed that they have no relationship to NPTrust.com, or “Brad Scott.” The BBB has been notified and is investigating. 5. The addresses from their website at 1275 First Avenue, Suite 155, New York, NY 10065 is a mailbox at the UPS Store. The other addresses are random strip centers. It took one afternoon and six phone calls to start unraveling the inconsistencies and lies on the NPTrust.com website. I hope that you didn’t give them any money. Good luck.

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