Michael Louis Stokes Jr is a *** Artist Beware!!
Michael Louis Stokes Jr is a man that wears many hats. He is running from a lot of people in the Southern California area for ripping them off in real estate ventures, commodities, hedgefund scams etc..
If you are in contact with this person or have done business with this person in the past please contact the FBI immediately.
The housing market collapse was partly his fault because of the mortgage company he owned a couple years back was issuing bad loans to consumers. Now he is trying to put his hands in all sorts of money scams that you will never see a return on investment.
Please stay away from this man and his business, don't say I didn't warn you!
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