Update Sep 2013: New
information (Sep 2012) suggests that Khan may be in Canada and looking
for a job. Drake International in Canada has done a search on his name
just recently and visited our site. Good luck Omer, may you remain unemployed forever. Victims
tell Wikifrauds that when one speaks to Khan, he is a very
softly-spoken and ever so polite gentleman. But they all report having
some difficulty hearing what he is saying, and often ask him to "please
This is the practised Omer manner, and serves to often confuse what he
is saying with what he really IS actually saying. Many clients tell us
that after a conversation with Omer, they are often no wiser than they
were before the conversation.
Omer is not really the CFO. Sure that's his title, but it masks his
real job - to sell WGA and get the deals to the bank. Nobody else does
that job at WGA. They do not have a marketing or sales team. Omer is
it, Sales Manager exemplar.
His other function, and the most important task entrusted to him by
Ali, is to create and use the many delaying tactics and quietly
explain the 'situations' to clients with some absolutely magnificent
lies, and he has a full book of new ones for each client. Some of his
victims have told us of the exact same lie he has told others, such as,
"one of our trustees is away ill and it has held up settlement as he
has to sign-off on the deal". That one has been used so often that it's
jokingly referred to as 'Excuse number 14' by annoyed and frustrated
clients. But the tried and proven next move is that, "there is another
alteration to the contract that we need notarised." This usually buys
WGA another fortnight while the client gets that document signed
and back to Switzerland.
There's a whole practised list of excuses and delaying tactics that
Omer and Ali consistantly use to drag out settlements. It's always
"this week", and when this week has passed, it's in the "next two
days", then it's "next week" again, then it's,"we need another
He is the
best liar apart from Ali himself. Together they form an outstanding
team. But their eventual downfall will be telling the precise same lies
to different people at different times.
contacting Wikifrauds have confirmed that Khan has lied to them on so
occasions. Indeed one borrower was actually told by Khan that he
admitted he had
lied about a promised settlement to placate him, then offered
yet another seemingly plausible excuse for the delay!
And yet another contact revealed that
Khan told him that a certain
settlement had taken place back in October 2010. When asked a second
time to confirm this during the same phone conversation, Khan again
stated that the settlement had taken place. Wikifrauds knows the
borrower concerned in this question. He is still waiting, and has had
no less than five further promised settlement dates since that time in
October when Khan confirmed twice that the settlement had occurred.
This borrower is currently out of pocket by some $1.6m and his current
funder, a well-known Australian Bank, is moving to place his business
perhaps not such an accomplished liar as he should be, and doesn't
realise that despite the draconian non-disclosure agreements with WGA,
people do know each other and do talk between themselves, uncovering
more and more of Khan's and Ali's downright lies.
Don't ever trust a single word they say. They have never once kept
their promises or stuck to their words.
Khan lie. Wikifrauds has been advised by
several clients that Omer Khan has stated that their usual valuers are
Knight Frank. Our direct investigation of this claim resulted in the
following email from Knight Frank's Sydney office: "Hi
----------, We made extensive
enquiries throughout our UK
and Emirates network and those that we contacted had not heard of WGA. Thanks David Castles,
State Director, Knight Frank Valuations"
Yet another of Omer Khan's lies. Total Liars.
liars. And they don't care.
Omer Khan's CV
decided to check
claims made that Omer Khan was educated first at The College of The
Desert, Palm Springs California, then at UCLA.
The following is a direct paste
of an email from UCLA received by Wikifrauds on January 13, 2011:
Dear Mr. ------------,
Would you be able to
Date of Birth for Mr. Khan as we don’t have a student with this name
who received an undergraduate degree at UCLA. Also, UCLA does not
offer a BS in Business Administration. Let me know if you can
provide any further identifying information for this person.