An article by Red Insider
Paperwork can be such a drag, endless red tape and reams of files to go through. Years ago an investigator would have to have some decent resources to track down evidence and collate it all for presenting to a client.
Thankfully these days we have the internet and its vast resources to not only disseminate, but also trawl through reams of paperwork in the blink of an eye – a simple search in the right places can tell you almost all you want to know.
Our friends at Kop Talk have come to realise this recently, and that news probably does not thrill them to say the least. Yes Mr Oldham, once again we have been researching some of the lies and fraud you commit on an almost daily basis to the long suffering members of you web site.
Who can forget last year’s farce when you went to New York to show Trump how it’s done by tying up a property deal?
Well, turns out to another lie doesn’t it Dunk? You didn’t buy a property in New York – we know you didn’t because we have checked, believe me we have checked. As any property owner knows, when buying property you leave a paper trail as long as your arm, if not longer. Property deeds, abstracts, mortgages, homestead exemptions, you can’t buy a property in New York without your name being all over the above.
So, with time on our hands we went a searching for Oldham’s NY property.
Before we get started some credit is due to several people who helped us in the course of our investigation. The staff in New York’s State Attorney Andrew Cuomo’s office for some great guidance on how and where to search, and the New York State Consumer Protection Board who were also fantastic.
We also owe a great debt to the fine folks at NYSAR (New York State Association of Realtors) who searched through many records for us.
You see, buying property in New York, or anywhere else in the USA, isn’t a straightforward matter. Multiple documents have to be sent in, searches done, paperwork filed, and it all has the buyer’s name on it – remember the idiot Smoove telling Dunk his brother had some papers for him to sign? Just to make sure, we did search all of Oldham’s cronies and aliases.
So, what did we do? First off we contacted the NY State Attorney’s office to see how to proceed with out little project. The advice they gave us, perhaps a “plan” is a better word, was to begin with a state wide property search for the whole of 2005, 2006 and 2007with the name Duncan Oldham attached to it. Nothing came back, same with the Property Tax Records, nada. Well, being as smart as he is he must have filed a homestead exemption, so we searched that database, or rather a friendly realtor in NY did, and surprise surprise… zilch.
So we went back to doing things the hard way, us, a realtor, and a helpful chap in the NY Governor’s office. We all searched high, we all searched low, and every time no trace of Dunk was to be found. Not anywhere in New York.
Once again Dunk’s dream world of high finance and property deals comes crashing down around him, yet another (how many now?) lie exposed to the masses.
So here is your chance Dunk, prove us wrong if you can.
You know you can’t.