David Ebrahimzadeh, the man behind Corniche Capital, knows what he is looking for. If you would look at his website, you will soon know that this man is not legit. I was late to figure that out. The website, where you mention the names of the team, his website has just his name. How is managing such a big investment company on its own? Isn’t that a surprise?
This man, who does not look like a scammer, very easily gets through your trust with his simple looks. But all those smiles are to distract you from finding out who he really is. When I was looking to borrow some loan over my duplex bungalow, I came through this website. The company offers real estate and private equities.
I did submit the form to connect with this guy, and I received a call back after only a few hours, the very same day. I was in a hurry to close the deal. I had spoken to many other companies and was not getting the deal I wanted to. So, when David called, I may have seemed desperate to him. He sensed that and right away asked for a personal meeting to sort out the best deal.
We met the other day at my house. He seemed curious and impatient, which I was too. In addition, he was looking forward to checking the house. So, we finalized the meeting at my place. , We concluded, and he tried to make the deal n favor of my requirements as much as possible.
I really liked the way he was trying to help. So, I agreed to the terms he suggested. He said that there wouldn’t be any problem going forward with the clause he had on the agreement. I wanted to talk to my attorney. So, I asked him to leave the agreement for a day and to finalize things later. He tried to make me sign the agreement the same day, but I knew how to proceed with such legal things.
I contacted my lawyer. I was unlucky to find out that my lawyer was on holiday and returned within 15 days. So, I could not take any legal advice. I approached David for the same, and he suggested one lawyer he knew. I met with that lawyer, and he explained to me the important points.
The next day, I signed the agreement and made a wire transfer for the security deposit. It seemed a bit huge amount, but he was giving me an irresistible deal. So, I did not bother much. Anyway, apart from some part of the amount, the deposit was refundable.
After the money was transferred, I did not hear from David for three months. He never returned my calls and put me through a lot of pressure. Later, he started picking up my call. But, when it came to initiating the check and the cash, I was given dates. Later, I asked for a refund. It was not made as well.
I had to go with the other company. And, I lost my security deposit as I terminated the business.