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                 Dimce (Jim) Bogoevski is a fraudulent finance broker, and co-conspirator of Keith Kelly and John Alexander.

   The following was supplied by one of our readers:  His address is 38 Cozens Way Highlands Way Qld 4211 and he shares the house with a Brody Nelson. He apparently works or worked at the Australian Telemarketing Solutions in Bundall and is promoting and selling duplex properties and financial advice etc. At present he is not registered on ASIC however he is associated with John Alexander on your site. His website www.financialcontrol.com.au is not active, although he is still using it in his emails and at present he is going through a bad legal situation and lost his license to drive and having custody /access problems with his wife etc.


In an effort to "buy time" or convince a creditor hat a debt had been repaid,
Bogoevski created this counterfiet bank receipt and sent it to the creditor. Naturally enough, no money was ever recieved.


                                                                 This was supposed to be a repayment of a loan made by the creditor to the Forsyth Group, detailed below.

Bogoesvki also arranged finance for a number of cars for Forsyth Manufacturing (below) with "pumped price" deals done with BMW Finance. Luxury cars on finance delinquency list.
It has come to our notice that a major car finance company has been trying to collect payment arreas for about six prestige cars under the control of  John Alexander. The cars are under finance in the name of  Forsythe Global Marketing Pty Ltd.  Forsyth Global Marketing Pty Ltd directors are Brett John Mills, Keith Kelly, Raquel Hirvonen. Mills is secretary. Both Mills and Raquel Hirvonen are guarantors for the car finance contracts.
Phoney "pumped" finance deals: Jim Bogoesvski arranged the finance for the cars with BMW Finance. Here's how he scammed them. Example. Kelly (Forsyth Global Marketing) finds, say, a cheap BMW X5 for $30K. But as this model books much better than that, he arranges the finance at say, $70K. BMW Finance settle the deal at $70K and Bogoesvki and Kelly split the surplus funds. Nice work! Wikifrauds has five such examples including the registration numbers of those vehicles.

From a photo of a glossy brochure of Forsythe Manufacturing, showing the two crooked partners in crime.  The Ice Cream acquisition never happened, and as for working with youth, all we can say is that Kelly spent a long long time in a youth home himself. He is currently a bankrupt  but did receive a substantial payout relative to his youth detention, but the money is apparently in his wife's name.                                                                    


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