American national also alleges of land scam
Doctor Wyckoff claims Mar also facilitated land purchases on his behalf, but when he checked with the Lands Department, all the properties were bought in Mar’s name. He told News Five today he feels embarrassed for letting himself be fooled for almost ten years.
Dr. Robert Wyckoff
“Mr. Hector is claiming that he built a seventeen thousand dollar water reservoir and that’s true but I paid him for every bit of it. I bought all the material and he was drawing all his wages all the time he did it. Certainly it was not charity. I bought some land from him and then he was unable to perform and I told him well that’s alright we’ll work it out, take time and he deceived me. He said we have to cut a little piece out of this but it has nothing to do with the workings of the farm. But actually it was the heart of the farm and he took me over and showed me this is all your farm. So I paid for everything he wanted to do on it and there’s actually a piece that he kept out for himself. So I’m paying him wages at the same time that he is building on to his farm and he’s putting in expensive installations at my expense and now he says no that’s his farm. And he completely misled me.
He needed thirty thousand and we would buy this acreage and down by the road and it was important to the farm. So I gave him the check. A few weeks later he said it’s all yours, it’s all taken care of and it turns out that it was crown land. He applied for a lease and then Mr. Montero approved it so it could go through quickly and he actually sold it to me before he owned it for the thirty thousand and then I find out it’s still in his name, he never even gave it to me. I was just plain fooled by him and I’m embarrassed by that. As I look back, I was an absolute idiot to believe the things he was telling me.”
Pastor Mar says he is consulting his attorney on how to proceed. Wyckoff’s projects include the production of soy milk, passion fruit, noni and chocolate products.Email This Story