Internet real estate pitches generate questions

By Robert Anglen | The Republic |

When a federal judge released Phoenix real-estate guru Tanya Marchiol from custody on charges of tax evasion and money laundering, he banned her from marketing, selling or investing in real estate and engaging in any activity related to her firm.

Tanya MarchiolRecords show that about two months after her release, a person identified as Marchiol appeared to be marketing at least two commercial properties in Phoenix via a LinkedIn account.

“Massive Arizona Cash Flowing Multi-Units,” said a sales pitch posted under Marchiol’s name on Dec. 9. “Contact us today for more info on these and other cash flow properties.”


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