Family Fraud, Risky Business – Did Noveshen Steal from Grandma? Or Will He Repay?

To answer the question posed to us on Sun. June 19, yes we are happy to post submissions from guest bloggers. Blogs must be based on credible information and documentation such that the content is accurate and true.

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Presented below, a letter written to Jack Boyle of Ft Lauderdale, FL in January 2015 by the grandmother of Eric Noveshen, Estelle Hartman. As stated in the letter Hartman learned that multimillionaire Jack Boyle, in his 80’s, had employed her grandson Eric Noveshen. Hartman issued a warning to Boyle about loaning money to Noveshen and some other interesting information that all investors and business clients should have the right to consider. We have reviewed and there is documentation available to support the warnings and entire¬†Hartman letter. God bless this poor woman. *Names of children have been removed.

Eric Noveshen Steals from his Grandmother

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3 thoughts on “Family Fraud, Risky Business – Did Noveshen Steal from Grandma? Or Will He Repay?”

  1. To take from ones own grandparents at an advanced age with no means of supporting themselves is sickening. Where does his grandmother live? Almost every state has agencies that will help recover some of money taken by loans elderly people give never knowing they are being scammed. Is there any family or friends to help?

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