As an example of how
Alexander distorts the truth, an excerpt from one of his lengthy memos:
Moishe Writes: On July 25, 2008, in response to your client’s demand to provide evidence of the ability to fund the transaction, our attorneys provided your attorney with the enclosed letter, which included a letter from Mr. Martin Lapedus confirming our ability to fund the transactions between ourselves and our joint venture partners. (TURNS OUT THAT WHILE WE DONT KNOW THE BALANCE OF THEIR ACCOUNTS AT TD
(This letter referenced TD Canada Trust, whom we know, is not a JV partner of Moishe Alexander and has no interest or afiliation to fund or commit funding to this transaction)
Moishe Writes: On July 29, 2008, Mr. Lapedus confirmed his meeting with TD Canada Trust. He also confirmed their commitment to fund these projects with us, provided that the client comply with the terms of the commitments. (NOT TRUE)
Moishe Writes: On July 30, 2008, Mr. Lapedus provided us with the enclosed update from his meeting with TD Canada Trust. (HE WAS SOLICITING THE DEAL TO THEM - TRYING TO GET THEM JUST TO LOOK AT THE DEAL)
Moishe Writes: Again, the TD Canada Trust reaffirms their commitment to fund these projects on a joint venture basis providing that the borrowers comply with the terms of the commitments for all 3 of the projects. (ONCE AGAIN, A PURE DISTORTION OF THE TRUTH - TD
Does Moishe/ Sandy think anyone would believe that a major Bank like T.D. Canada Trust would enter into a Joint Venture Partnership with a 20 year convicted career criminal? A guy whose entire life was drug dealing, fraud and financial crimes. Just the kind of relationships the bank is seeking for one of
Even someone like Donald Trump would have difficulty getting $300 Million funded in todays lending market. Moishe should have kept his ripp offs to 50K and under on smaller loan amounts. I don't think the guy who came up with $1,800,000. is going to walk away so easy. Great scam, but he got a little too greedy. I predict that Moishe is going down for the count on that one. I don't think changing his name and religion will work this time, he has already played that card. I wonder if he will be able to keep a kosher diet in the slammer?
Anyone at all familiar with the mortgage industry will quickly realize that the so-called "scam" listed above is more one person's griping about a deal gone bad than an actual lending scam. (1) Anybody who reads the fact that over 10 different parties have confirmed that they have gone through the scenario above to the exact specification of the description is not "one" person griping about an isolated incident. (2) There are people out of
Once again, I look forward to further insight showing the details on exactly how you manipulated victims of your fraud business. And if they're too long for you to post them, dont worry, I will...