3300 University Drive
Coral Springs, FL 33065
6301 NW 5th Way Suite 5000
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
954-771-3241 – Fax
Real name is Express Debt Settlement Holdings, Inc.
Ari Dinov – President
Ari is a former manager at Indianapolis Securities.
Sheepshead Bay High School, Brooklyn, NY 1992
Read his broker report here.
Leonard Beir, Lenny Beir – CEO – [email protected]
Express Debt Settlement Holdings, Inc. Announces Net Branch Opportunity in USA
Express Debt Settlement Holdings, Inc. is a Coral Springs, FL area company focused on helping consumers resolve their unsecured debt. The company currently provides its debt settlement consulting services and expert analysis in 25 USA states maintaining a dominant presence in the debt settlement industry and runs a corporate website at http://www.expressdebt.net offering online debt help.
Express Debt Settlement is excited to offer an amazing opportunity to get into today s hottest industry. U.S. consumer debt has exceeded 2.4 trillion. Over 130 million Americans have at least $7,500 in credit card debt. By managing an independent net branch of Express Debt Settlement, experienced salesmen will able to take an active role in helping consumers resolve their unsecured debts.
The corporate office will provide all the tools necessary to be successful including corporate training, processing of monthly payments, industry software, and most importantly the negotiations and settlement of the debt. We feel that sharing our infrastructure with other related industries will lead to substantial growth and fortify our reputation, said Ari Dinov, president of Express Debt Settlement.
Express Debt Settlement Holdings, Inc.
3300 University Dr Ste #803 Coral Springs, FL 33065
954-509-9904 – Source –
The company has recently opened seven offices across the country within the last two months bringing their total number of affiliate offices to 12. A national presence now exists with branch locations in California, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, New York, and Florida.
The primary reason our settlement model is so attractive is due to the fact that our attorneys not only handle all of the negotiations and settlements of a customer’s unsecured debt, but also the customer service as well,” explains Lenny Beir, CEO of Express Debt Settlement. “In addition, a professional website along with a full day of training regarding FTC compliancy is also provided upon setup.” The company’s aggressive and competitive commission structure combined with the use of the industry’s leading software program makes Express Debt Settlement’s back end support services hard to refuse. – Source
Ari Dinov was in trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission and the subject of litigation by the SEC and lost his agent license in Connecticut.
This matter concerns an ongoing scheme to violate the registration and antifraud provisions of the federal securities laws. Defendants David Rubinov, a securities law recidivist, Eli Dinov and Ari Dinov have orchestrated a multi-faceted scheme involving coordination of the fraudulent sale of the publicly-traded common stock of Defendant Discover Capital and a fraudulent, unregistered $20 million private placement offering (the “offering”) of Discover Capital’s preferred shares and common stock purchase warrants. To date, the offering has raised at least $1.1 million from at least nineteen individuals, primarily unsophisticated investors, by means of aggressive sales calls, in-home sales visits, and the distribution of a private placement memorandum (“PPM”). Rubinov and the Dinovs are conducting the scheme through Defendant Indianapolis Securities, a registered broker-dealer and wholly owned subsidiary of Discover Capital. – Source
Ari Dinov was part of a scheme that used:
used spam e-mail touts and misleading, high pressure sales calls to raise $1.1 million dollars through the sale of private placement shares of Uniondale, New York-based Discover Capital Holdings Corp., a company controlled by the individual defendants, through Discover’s wholly-owned broker-dealer subsidiary, Indianapolis Securities, Inc. – Source
A Brooklyn, N.Y., group used mass e-mail and high-pressure sales techniques touting instant 150 percent investment returns to garner $1.1 million from elderly former clients of insolvent brokerage firms, the government alleged.
Having already bilked mostly elderly or retired investors in Florida, Michigan and Wisconsin, the defendants were targeting customers from a recently bankrupt Colorado firm when stopped by an order from the U.S. District Court for the Federal District. – Source
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