Jennifer Messado Charged for Fraud
Jennifer Messado, a senior real estate Attorney-at-Law was arrested and charged by detectives from MOCA, today June 12, 2018 for several breaches of the Forgery Act.
Complaints made by several notable members of society to MOCA are that during April 2017 and January 2018 Messado purported to be acting on the behalf of land owners in several upscale communities across Kingston and collected over Fifty-eight Million Dollars ($58,000,000.00) for the sale of these properties.
It is also reported that Messado initiated contact with a well placed businessman and stated that she was authorized to act on behalf of Sports Development Foundation in the sale of several premises located in the Kingston 5 area. In this instance Messado produced documents including an incomplete and false Agreement of Sale and persuaded the buyer to deposit money in the absence of a signed Agreement of Sale. The complainant subsequently made checks about the property and was told by a representative from Sports Development Foundation that Messado was not retained by them neither was the property being considered for sale.
Messado was then interviewed in the presence of her attorney and later charged for breaching the Forgery Act. She will be brought before the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court on Wednesday June 13, 2018 for mentioning.
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