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Not M. LeClair Scam Book
Commentary site, Not official. Information site about Michelle LeClair's book from those who knew her best.
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 25
Here is in : “LeClair was not cleared of any criminal charges. The statute of limitations just ran out. Any claim of innocence by LeClair, or that she fought successfully to clear herself of all charges, has no basis in facts or the evidence.” —
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 25
Here is in : “LeClair was not cleared of any criminal charges. The statute of limitations just ran out. Any claim of innocence by LeClair, or that she fought successfully to clear herself of all charges, has no basis in facts or the evidence.” —
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 25
Replying to @ELLEmagazine
But how is it that ELLE ignores the damage Michelle LeClair has done to senior citizens and the statement by the Department of Business Oversight?
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 12
"The notion this case had anything to do with Scientology is patently false, like the claims made to investors in LeClair’s Ponzi scheme. LeClair conned Californians, most of whom were seniors, out of their life savings and she got caught”
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 12
"The notion this case had anything to do with Scientology is patently false, like the claims made to investors in LeClair’s Ponzi scheme. LeClair conned Californians, most of whom were seniors, out of their life savings and she got caught”
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 11
"The notion this case had anything to do with Scientology is patently false, like the claims made to investors in LeClair’s Ponzi scheme. LeClair conned Californians, most of whom were seniors, out of their life savings and she got caught”
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 10
Michelle LeClair has been slammed on Megyn Kelly TODAY by the Department of Business Oversight of California as a liar and con artist who ripped off elderly investors of their life savings.
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 10
Why do you support someone the State of California believes defrauded seniors?
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 10
"The notion this case had anything to do with Scientology is patently false, like the claims made to investors in LeClair’s Ponzi scheme. LeClair conned Californians, most of whom were seniors, out of their life savings and she got caught”
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 10
“The notion this case had anything to do with Scientology is patently false, like the claims made to investors in LeClair’s Ponzi scheme. LeClair conned Californians, most of whom were seniors out of their life savings and she got caught”
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 8
Court docs tell the story of Michelle LeClair “investors entrusted their entire life savings…with the hopes of earning substantial returns to protect them during their golden years, and to cover necessary expenses such as food, housing, and medical care.”
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Carol E. Sep 6
I knew people that knew her. She is now rewriting her life story... another Ponzi scheme
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Bernard Percy Sep 6
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 6
The Perfect scam artist and her latest Ponzi scheme.
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Not M. LeClair Scam Book Sep 6
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Melodie Sep 5
Can we use this quote to dismantle white supremacy then? (In all its forms). Those at the margins shouldn’t be enduring oppression just to wait to get to heaven for relief. They’re meant to have a chance to fully enjoy life too.
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