Another contact in my “Rolodex”, Kyle Pam, is in trouble with the law. I’m now starting to grow a complex. Guilty by association, right? That’s another contact of mine that either is or may be headed to prison. Sigh…
I’ve previously written about:
- Sirewl R. Cox, also known as Lord Allah
- Joan Ruggiero
- Michael David Scott
I’ve run into them all during my real estate career. They’ve all been convicted of being participants in various real estate scams. Kyle Pam may be added to that list.
I read the story “Man allegedly scams elderly woman on home sale, then drops her off at homeless shelter” on Boston.com yesterday. I then surfed over to Universal Hub, because I figured that Adam Gaffin might’ve covered the story, and there it was: “DA: Man screws Mattapan senior out of her house, then drops her off at the Pine Street Inn“. The property in question is 67-69 Sanford Street, Mattapan. The Pine Street Inn, for those unaware, is a homeless shelter.[mappress mapid=”30″ width=”100%”]
Back to my “Rolodex”. I have over 7,000 contacts in my “Rolodex” so I’m not surprised, statistically, that a few of my contacts have gotten themselves in trouble. I just don’t want to be involved in any part of their troubles.
I did a little research because I also recognized the name Rolando Pam from the Boston.com article entitled “Boston man arraigned in alleged home-sale scam“. I’ve also spoken with Rolando, I believe, during my real estate career. I Binged, it’s like Googling, “Rolando Pam” and came across a blog post from CoLab Radio entitled “The Death and Life of 176 Humboldt Avenue, Boston“. Rolando’s company, Green Ink Development owns 176 Humboldt Avenue. There was an interesting comment made back in 2013.
Very interesting. I know Tyler Pam, his father Rolando, and Green Ink: they are criminals and scam artists. They con elderly people out of property and disabled people out of cash. As far as I know they haven’t been convicted – but they should be. Steer clear of them!
The Roxburian wrote a blog about another of Green Ink Development’s projects located at 124-126 Warren Street, Roxbury back in 2012 entitled “The Loss of an Eyesore?“. I remember the property because the now previous developer of 5 Winthrop Street, Roxbury, which is located directly next to 124-126 Warren Street, asked me to take a look at his renovation project in order to give him some advice back in late 2013 or early 2014. The 124-126 Warren Street development was languishing, according to the developer of 5 Winthrop Street, at that time. I thought it could be an absolutely beautiful building.
124-126 Warren Street burned to the ground during a seven alarm fire on March 3rd, 2014 as was reported on CBS Boston by reporters David Robichaud and Karen Twomey in a piece entitled “7-Alarm Fire Destroys Vacant Building In Roxbury” wherein two firefighters were hurt battling the blaze. 124-126 Warren Street is owned by 124-126 Warren Street, LLC which is controlled by Tyler Pam. Is there a pattern developing here?
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