How Investec scammed US-listed company


How Investec scammed US-listed company

Shyster investors took American firm for billions.

Among the growing number of people dissecting the Kebble era, there are some who can – and still do – manage to unearth aspects of that breath-taking period of skulduggery that have remained concealed or overlooked.

A set of brilliant observations arose recently in discussions between a group of high-level professionals with world-class skills, and intimate knowledge of the biggest unprosecuted fraud in South African history.

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Submitted by : Elaine Edwards on 2014-11-01 12:01:08
We, were taken for R70,000 in this shocking mess. We are pensioners in our 70's. Just a word for the 2? men?? mentioned with Brett Kebble:
"What does it help to gain the whole world and lose your soul."
I can promise you, Brett Kebble knows the answer to that one and I promise you 2, "you can run but you can never hide from our Heavenly Father, so I say God bless you both ...!
We do not think that you can ever know real peace on this earth or in the next.
I at least can put my head down at night in perfect peace!

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