Lawyers in Lisbon, Carmen De Souza - Fraude na Indução
After several months in dealing with the “initial” funding as stated in Carmen De Souza’s letters, funding still has not taken place as committed and promised. Further, MX Properties, Inc has been the recent target of libelous emails from an individual whom it does not recognize. MX is not at liberty to release the identity of this “gentleman” because his name was not disclosed in either of Carmen De Souza’s inducement letters. The troubling aspect of these highly inappropriate emails are the claims that this “gentleman” made in reference to MX Properties, Inc. Unsubstantiated terminology was used by this individual that our company finds to be extremely inflammatory in nature. At this point MX is unaware of the exact role, if any, this man played in the fraud perpetrated against the company in November 2016. All we do know is that this man has made matters continually worse for the parties directly involved by his ridiculous behavior. It must be stated very strongly for the record - MX Properties, Inc strictly complied in good faith with the demand / inducement letter of 16/11/2016 composed by Carmen De Souza one of many lawyers in Lisbon. We all call for the “gentleman” to refrain from making such inflammatory and controversial during a time when the parties are assessing the continuing conflict at hand.
Lawyers in Lisbon - The Carmen De Souza Fraude na Indução Saga:
This controversial matter began in November 2016. For over a year MX Properties, Inc and its affiliates had been working with consultant John S Diak in funding efforts for its purposes. During this period, Mr Diak had induced MX Properties, Inc to provide nearly $1mm to secure certain financial instruments for trade. Up until this point, none of these instruments supposedly acquired from around the world had proven successful in providing any level of funding for MX or its affiliates. However, in mid November 2016, John S Diak called MX Properties officials to inform of the good news that its long awaited initial funding was finally prepared for release. At first, MX was relieved to hear such wonderful news after such a long period of waiting; however, soon into the conversation. Mr Diak revealed that there was an issue of payment of “fees” in the amount of $11000 that had to be paid prior to the release of its initial monies. This of course was another troubling revelation for MX Properties after going through so much torment over the past 16 months. Company officials then requested of Mr Diak confirmation that its initial transaction would be completed as soon as it made payment for these fees. John S Diak communicated to MX Properties that it would receive confirmation in writing from lawyer Carmen De Souza. On 16/11/2016, MX officials received a letter addressed to John S Diak from Carmen De Souza that ABSOLUTELY stated that upon payment of these mysterious and undefined “fees”, it would “IMMEDIATELY” receive the release of its initial funding. In an act of absolute good faith, MX Properties, Inc complied with Carmen De Souza’s demand letter and wired funds in payment of these “fees”.
Within two days, Carmen De Souza issued another letter dated, 18/11/2016 CLEARLY stating “we have instructed the ‘bank’ for doing the payments”. Finally at this point, MX Properties, Inc firmly believed that its initial funding of $5mm Euro would be completed. Disappointingly, several days went by without the initial transaction closing. Days became weeks and weeks sadly turned into months. MX Properties, in a very diligent manner, attempted to contact lawyer Carmen De Souza for several weeks without the courtesy of a response to ascertain the status of its initial transaction. In spite of its efforts to earnestly determine the extent of the problems at hand, MX still is left dumbfounded as to what exactly happened in this clear case of fraud in the inducement.
MX Properties, Inc continues to call upon Lisbon Portugal lawyer Carmen De Souza to ensure that her own inducement / demand letters are followed as MX acted in good faith from the beginning