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Iron Gate CEO Jason Grosfeld Dealing with Legal Action

Jason Grosfeld

Iron Gate’s CEO Jason Grosfeld, is being accused of being threatened by an action. In a fresh lawsuit filed in California Superior Court against Irongate, Grosfeld, and other defendants assert that Irongate is once again linked to fraud and has allegedly extorted cash from customers.

Jason Grosfeld

According to the ongoing Lawsuit which was filed in April, a holding company referred to as GS 1975 LLC paid a cash installment of $5 million to Irongate in exchange for 10 million for the construction of a Costa Palmas home which Irongate claimed was to be completed by June 2019. The house was not yet built at the time at the time of this Lawsuit.

Irongate was accused of fabricating the progress of the project between April 2018 through September 2022. Irongate For instance, the company claimed to Plaintiff that the project was at a crucial stage on September 7, 2022. The plaintiff then requested an additional sum of $1,575,000.

What Is The Exact Wording According To The Lawsuit?

As part of the Lawsuit, Irongate, which Jason Grosfeld is the owner of, was able to let the plaintiff visit the property after the additional amount was paid.

The plaintiff claims that, upon examination the home was inaccessible. The construction needed to be completed and the work carried out by Irongate was intended to improve efficiency and efficiency. A spokesperson for GS 1975 LLC, the company also has initiated criminal actions in Mexico for Irongate, Grosfeld, and other Irongate representatives, which include David Waller, Michael Radovan as well and Mitch Laufer, as well as a civil arbitration process for the case of Irongate. Irongate in Mexico.

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Los Cabos, the Amanvari Resort and Residences as well as its golf course and beach along with yacht club, are situated within Costa Palmas, a 1,500-acre resort and residential enclave at the East Cape of Los Cabos, Mexico. Jason Grosfeld’s most recent property development, Costa Palmas, has been promoted for the last seven years as the most luxurious exclusive residence for the wealthy and famous.

Sold Houses:

Jason Grosfeld has built and sold homes within Costa Palmas through his honest property business, Irongate, and has made several hundred dollars. However, it appears that Irongate may be using the same business tactics that caused the demise of the “Trump Ocean Resort,” an exclusive residential development Irongate was part of together with Donald Trump to create in Baha, California, Mexico. This was the result of recent lawsuits that homeowners filed against Costa Palmas.

The Lawsuit which Iron Gate Commenced:

In a suit filed by Irongate and other defendants in 2008 over 100 plaintiffs claimed Irongate had deceived the plaintiffs regarding Trump’s involvement with Trump Ocean Resort. Trump Ocean Resort and doing other crimes, such as taking and stealing the sum of $30 million as deposits from buyers. According to a Univision News and Columbia Journalism Investigations investigation, Jason Grosfeld and Irongate were misleading customers for two years, exaggerating the number of units sold and falsely claiming Trump Ocean Resort was operating with permanent financing, but it was not.

Despite promises from Irongate they maintained that the project was well on the route. The only thing left over after the two years was the vast pit and handful of concrete slabs. Another outcome of the investigation of Univision has been that Irongate’s lenders had found “a massive mismanagement of funds to cover overruns.” For residents of Costa Palmas, it feels as if the past is about to come to an end.

Costa Palmas:

Irongate is being investigated due to fraud in extortion and the violation of rights granted under the contract by at a minimum at the very least, the other Costa Palmas homeowners. On January 27, 2023, Irongate’s TRG Corporation filed a lawsuit before the U.S. Court in California in relation to Irongate, David Waller, and Mitch Laufer, claiming that they unlawfully compelled a plaintiff to sign the Estoppel Certificate in connection with the construction of a house situated in Costa Palmas and engaged in the practice of extortion or attempted to force the plaintiff to make payments of millions of dollars which the plaintiff was not prepared to pay.

More Information on the Lawsuit Concerns Jason Grosfeld, The CEO of Iron Gate:

The Lawsuit asserts that Irongate repeatedly misrepresented the date and cost of building the house to get hundreds of dollars. The suit further claims that the house is a concrete shell that has not been completed after it spent more than five million dollars from the plaintiff’s money. These are similar to those that GS 1975 LLC makes. In the Lawsuit, Irongate holds the house of the plaintiff as a hostage, and won’t make any repairs until it is certain that the owner will be capable of paying Irongate several thousand dollars for additional costs. The TRG representatives from CP LLC have been contacted to make comments however, we haven’t heard back.

Our sources suggest that there could be numerous other Costa Palmas homebuyers with similar tales or experiences, since additional criminal actions against Irongate and its representatives, could be pursued. We’ve also heard that officials from the federal government in Mexico and officials from the United States are investigating the matter.