Seventy two pages seems like a lot to hide. Read it here:
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.
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 claims that BOTH of the women he had children with are basically terrible parents. Or is he projecting his own lack of parenting skills onto the women he hates because they left Eric Noveshen’s life of “financial infidelity” (as quoted by Christina Carter Roberts)
Noveshen claims the two different Moms:
Our last blog, “Noveshen Warns he Has Noting to Lose” was a display of how Eric Noveshen is dangerous in legal settings where he feel he can’t be punished because, as he threatened his ex-wife Christina Carter Roberts, “when someone has nothing to lose, you really don’t put them in a good position.”
That blog encouraged a reader to send us a link to another phone call, where again Noveshen threatens that he will use the courts to “blow you away!” The “you” being the other woman Noveshen shares children with, Maggie Welter. As the video says, viewer discretion advised (foul language). From 2009-2014 it seems Noveshen got more aggressive, more callous, and more dangerous with his threats.
Again viewer discretion advised – NSFW
In November 2015 Eric Noveshen, along with several others, was sued by Noveshen’s former employer, Multaply INC of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The federal lawsuit, Multaply vs. Kern et. al claims that Noveshen and others scammed to defraud the company in an effort to take it over. In the process, the suit claims, the defendants diverted over $700,000 into their own bank accounts or accounts not belonging to the company. The suit claims that Eric Noveshen took about 1/3 of the pot, over $200,000 in less than NINE months. It’s hard to hide that kind of money when you have judgments over a $1-million dollars against you. Noveshen owes about $1.2-million to KRG Pembrooke Pines, a strip mall in Wellington, FL. He owes over $100,000 to Ralph Desiano of Naples, FL who Noveshen hired to operate the Cosi franchise he never got off the ground. These are just a few of the debts owed.
The traditional money shelters for Noveshen are his Grandmother Estelle Hartman and his Mother Cheryl D Wilson both of Hallandale Beach, FL. They not only hid cash for Eric during his initial business defrauding investors with the now defunct hedge fund NIR of New York, when he was stashing a $300k in his mattress at a time, they also hid homes in their name for him. Hartman acted as a straw buyer for a property off Las Olas in Ft. Lauderdale and Wilson is the straw buyer for the property Noveshen currently calls home but has actively retained and fought off three foreclosures on since 2005. The family has a bad track record of paying bills. They don’t, according to over a dozen unjust enrichment and other cases that have resulted in judgments against Eric Noveshen, his Mother, ex-girlfriend and sister.