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  Jeremy Whitley's
  Trinity Global Investments LLC
                                BEWARE: THIS OUTFIT IS A COMPLETE SCAM
Wikifrauds has evidence of this company taking very large up-front advance fees for loans that never eventuate, and fees that are never refunded. Now he's running a ponzi scheme in the trucking industry.
                                     If you want confirmation of this scam and evidence from victims, contact us below.

                Jeremy Whitley is a US citizen supposedly living at 5650 Harbor Pointe, Oakwood, Georgia USA 30566

                                            However, recent information suggests he has moved on and is unable to be contacted.

Latest address: July 13, 2012:  For all those who are looking for this conman, we now have his new address, where he is oddly enough already three months behind on the payments of about $3000 per month. Please contact us if you want this address, we will be glad to assist. But you'd better hurry - we understand the owner is trying to have him kicked out.

A current internet posting shows the following:
Trinity Global Investments , LLC is ...
trinityglobalinvestments.com, 8 July 2011 [cached]
Trinity Global Investments , LLC is the product of the visionary mind of Jeremy Whitley the Chief Executive Officer. In 2006, he began to form a network of dynamic professionals each knowledgeable and experienced in the real estate, mortgage, finance, construction, and sales industries. Through their numerous years of experience each team member offers expert advisory services to our clients allowing them to make sound investment decisions.
Jeremy Whitley Chief Executive Officer jwhitley@trinityglobalinvestments.com

It is our understanding that Dean Wentworth of Euroasian, also a fraudster, is one of Whitley's associates. See also. Stay away from this company. Other criminal associates can be found here.

Whitley also has a profile in LinkedIn

Evidence from Australian victim:
Wikifrauds has received a copy of a "Outline of Services and Letter of Intent" document detailing an offer to fund made to an Australian development company by Trinity Global Investments LLC. In this document, under the heading of Fees and Expenses, are clearly the words "If for any reason TGI does not fund the transaction, TGI agrees to refund 100% of Due Diligence cost". Our informant subsequently visited Whitley in Georgia, and the agreement was signed, with fees of USD$68,000 paid up front. That was back in November 2010, and the client has not seen a single penny in loan funds and is still to this (May 2012) day unable to recover the fees paid. Not only that, Whitley refuses to reply to all attempts to contact him. Wikifrauds is willing to provide a sanitised copy of the above document to interested parties on request. We are also interested to hear from any other victims of this man Whitley.

Update Jan 4 2020: The following was received from a correspondent in the US:

He started a new company 44 Levels To Success which runs Next Level Trucking Program in Suwanee, GA. He defrauds Investors/Clients into buying trucks so that his company Next Level Trucking Program can manage it and which is suppose to bring the clients "$6000 monthly while they sleep"!! What is crazy is that the clients will never make this money! Trucks break down they are old and in terrible condition... Dispatched loads don't pay, Truck drivers hired bring home less than $400 a week most of the time and some are not paid at all. The driver often leave as soon as they are hired . When employees discover this sham and expose them they are let go! They are running the business off of the money of the investors/Clients who are being sold on the idea that they will profit off the trucks they purchase. The only people profitting are Jeremy Whitley and his wife Sheneva Whitley. Both have no experience running a trucking business. Seems like a Ponzi Scheme but in trucking.

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