Mark Cartier – Fraudulent use of money invested

Complaint / review text:
An investment was made to Mark Cartier and North of Two LLC. The invested amount stated in contract that money would not be used in anyway and not leave the specified account unless approved by investor. The return of funds would be made in its entirety plus interest if the investment did not go through on part of North Of Two. Not only did the account get a close a week after the investment but Mark Cartier has not return the funds in excess of a year and has not made any attempt to rectify the situation. He has used the money for his personal use and continuously lied in an attempt to hopefully have the situation simply go away.
He is currently associated with Alameda entertainment but attempts to reach out to the CEO Florian Dargel and General Counsel Nadia Davari continue to go unanswered.
Lawsuits from multiple people within the entertainment industry have been made against Mark Cartier as well. Do not in any circumstance work with him or any company he is associated with as a film distributor or investment. He is a fraud.

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