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Don't Trust TED SENT
Ted Sent, what can I say about Ted Sent. He is described to be a "Dirty Rotten Scoundrel" or "The worst crook in Australia". Anyone who has had dealings with this man probably suffered bankruptcy or worse. I hate this man, I really, really hate this man. Yet, he still continues to destroy people's lives. Surprisingly, the Victorian court system knows about Ted Sent and how corrupt he is, but do you think they do anything about it? NO !! How can we rely on the justice system, if corruption is within our courts? We need to question how long can Ted Sent "pay off" Lawyers and Judges before he is exposed? Corruption is breeding rapidly, and we need people power to expose this.
Ted Sent will do anything from going to court to face his crimes. I know as I have had 10 years of hell from a man who ruined a small family business, specialising in building Aged Care homes. This family built for Ted Sent (then CEO of Primelife) who trusted this man. Ted Sent refrained from paying for building works, and accused them of owing money then placed them under receivership by fraud and ruined their business. To make matters worse, he provided a Lawyer for the family business which is a CONFLICT of interest. Mark Darer was appointed which caused the problems. This then leads to the company being under receivership.
Ted Sent appointed a Receiver, Lowe Lippmann (Gidgeon Rathner) who took away their assets, years of hard work, infiltrated their private mail and even took their Superannuation Fund , isn't that illegal? This ordeal has contributed to extreme stress and illness among the family. The Directors' family of this family business, were evicted from their homes together with their small children who were traumatised from this event. Yet the Board members from Primelife know about this situation and refused to compensate for all the wrong doings of this man, Ted Sent.
Ron Walker and Robert de Crespyni knew of this situation when they ousted Ted Sent from Primelife and still wouldn't sort out this mess. Babcock and Brown took over Primelife and still would not sort out this problem. Now LendLease has taken over Primelife and they have inherited many problems left by, yes you guess it, Ted Sent.....
He still manages to continue business as usual. He has a legal team headed by Leonard Warren (Russell Kennedy Legal Group), who uses intimidation to resolve issues for Ted Sent. He has the help of a friend "Mick Gatto" who he relies on, to make sure no one steps in his way. It was alleged that Ted resorted to Mick Gatto's help to "Threaten" members of the small family business that built aged care homes for Ted, so they wouldn't pursue the matter by taking him to court. But that's another story.......
Ted Sent has assumed the name "Teflon Ted" because nothing sticks to him as his "puppets" do his dirty work and pay a hefty price.
This story is true and l can't believe the injustice of the court system for allowing this to happen, thanks to Ted Sent who orchestrated a merry go round of court appeals.
Please don't deal with this man TED SENT. He is a criminal, fraudulent and a dirty rotten scoundrel.
UPDATE: Since writing about Ted Sent, I have been inundated with victims who have been affected in so many ways. Apparently, he has acquired a company Premier Paving and employees don't like him. How can he still carry on with business even though he has left a trail of victims?
- Don't Trust Ted Sent Part 2 -Taxation Department got their man
The Taxation Department got their man and hit him a $4.3 million bill.
- Primelife Corporation Ltd. - Information concerning litigation re: ann made on - Worldnews.com
PRIMELIFE CORPORATION LIMITED 2000-12-21 ASX-SIGNAL-G HOMEX - Melbourne +++++++++++++++++++++++++ Primelife Corporation Limited ("Primelife" or the "Company") refers to the announcement to ASX on 18 December, 2000. The Directors wish to dispel rumour
- http://www.theage.com.au ... Business Comment & Analysis
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