Mr. John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Thurman sent a message to Blue2Digital on September 3, 2019.
John De'Bey is suspected of numerous misrepresentations, fraudulent actions and submission of forged, falsified and altered documents, including but not limited to official corporate, federal, state and court documents, documents issued by the Internal Revenue Service, the Secretary of State of the State of Nevada and NY County Clerk, alleged court decisions, falsified stock purchase agreement, fabricated invoices for alleged license fees, tax payments and accounting fees, as well as various fictitious services by fictitious attorneys. Our company paid over $87,000 to De'Bey and individuals associated with him based on these forged, falsified and altered documents.
In his letter, however, he does not admit resposibility in taking wrongful actions or say that he is giving us our money back - on the contrary:
"I fully assert that I did not do any of what you stated in your online defamation against me. In your agreement for collections you stated that the amount was a loan agreement and now you attempt to destroy my reputation by lying to the public with frivolous information and documents? However none of these documents can be proven to have been created by me. If I was to upload this loan agreement and payments sent to you personally and through your collection agency and that you in fact did sign and shared it all over the web with your name on it, everyone would see that you are lying against me and your reputation would be surely ruined in both the music and tech industries as someone who is irrational, radical and dishonest in his business dealings."
So, the documents available HERE that he personally created and prepared (with or without somebody else's help), the documents that he personally sent via email (and by mail) and the documents that he discussed each of them particularly in his numerous emails - in actual fact - do not exist. Or could it be that they exist in another space and time, but not this one?
Due to the long list of De'Bey's illegal activities it is really difficult to define the "debt reason" in just two words - "Loan Agreement" may be or may not be the right term, so we will let Mr. De'Bey call it whatever he likes, if it means anything to him. For those who may find it interesting, the details on the debt collection "loan" agreement can be reviewed HERE.
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>> Click HERE to review the documents forged, falsified and altered by John Guerrier De'Bey a.k.a. Sean Larvonde Thurman
>> Click HERE to review the complaint against TD Bank related to approving a wire transfer fraud
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