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It appears he is using money from new investors to pay off old investors

Investors have yet to see the promised returns this East Coast Husband has been promising. From the outside looking in, it appears he is using money from new investors to pay off old investors and is not actually doing anything other than that. That would be illegal.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

Investors have yet to see the promised returns this East Coast Husband has been promising.

From the outside looking in, it appears he is using money from new investors to pay off old investors and is not actually doing anything other than that.

That would be illegal.

Joe Gorga

Real Housewives of New Jersey

The truth behind Joe Gorga’s misleading social media posts about his real estate business

What’s really going on with Joe Gorga‘s Instagram photos promoting his house-flipping business?

After the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star blamed his 21-year-old social media manager this week for incorrectly posting fake “before” and “after” photos of a flipped house, fans have been left wondering what’s real and what’s just real estate porn on Gorga’s account.

Since early 2019, the real estate developer has shared several pictures of beautiful property transformations around New Jersey — most of which Gorga claims he has played a role in constructing.

However, Page Six has learned that not all of the posts accurately depict what Gorga is claiming.

For instance, on Jan. 11, Gorga posted a photo of a chic kitchen with a gray island and stools and captioned it, “Another flip. This house sold for 759,000.00 #growwithgorga.” House-flipping refers to buying a home, completely renovating it and selling it for a profit.

The same exact image — which Page Six confirms was taken by photographer Nadav Havakook — was shared on Design Depot’s Instagram account more than two years ago, on July 5, 2017. Havakook exclusively told Page Six that Gorga “definitely did not have permission to use my images. The photoshoot was for my client Design Depot.” – Source