Complaint / review text:
Is oleg firer a thief? Fraud? Scam artist? Crook?
I let you, the reader determine that based on facts, my personal dealings with Mr. Firer, various web publications, charges filed by district attorney and statements from current or former employees.
For more info please visit: http://www.olegfirerscam.net
Oleg Firer presents himself as a royal super star that knows everything, runs a very successful business, gets media attention (self inserted) lives in a nice house and drives a Bentley.
Well, our dear pal Firer does not own his Bentley, Net Elements happens to pay for it each month. But it surely validates his “business success” from the outside. Not sure why a company that lost $50 million dollars would pay for their CEO’s Bentley, but I am sure Oleg Firer had a wonderfull explanation…
Oleg Firer does not own his waterfront mansion, he was actually charged by Miami's District Attorney for trying to steal it:
Thirty-year-old Oleg Firer, a New Jersey resident who claimed to be CEO of a Wall Street bank, now moved into the house, saying he wanted to buy it.in addition, he said he had more than one million in his own bank.
But there was a problem: no such bank existed and when investigators called the bank number, they got an answering machine: “This is Joe, ” court records show.
Firer came back with another buyer, a 30-year-old Brooklyn resident who claimed he had $1.6 million in Firer’s nonexistent Wall Street bank.
That deal, too, was thrown out.
By then, Miami-Dade prosecutors were tipped off to the home and launched an investigation that would lead to a bitter civil forfeiture fight between the prosecutor’s office, Oleg Firer and G & G.