EB-5 investors allege fraud in Royal Palm Beach office project
13 Chinese investors are suing an EB-5 regional center, its founder and affiliated companies
Yet another group of EB-5 investors is alleging it was defrauded on a South Florida EB-5 project.
Thirteen Chinese investors are suing the South Atlantic Regional Center, along with its founder, Joseph Walsh, and affiliated companies over a $6.5 million investment in an office complex in Royal Palm Beach at 9200 Belvedere Road, according to the Daily Business Review.
- Chinese investors vs South Atlantic Regional Center (SARC) & United States Regional Economic Development Authority (USREDA) & Joseph J. Walsh & Kevin Wright & Herischi & Associates & David Derrico & Ali Herischi
- Ryan Black vs Gerry Matthews, Palm House LLC
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