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SCAM ALERT: Tijuana Coordinators BILL YANEZ or STACY ECKEL



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I just received multiple reports from patients who sent deposits or paid in full for surgeries in Tijuana to patient coordinators named Bill Yanez and Stacy Eckel. They're currently working as coordinators for Dr. Ramos Kelly and other bariatric surgeons in Tijuana. The patients have all lost their deposits or the amount they paid for their surgeries. Bill Yanez and Stacy Eckel have pocketed these funds, have not given them to the surgeons, and are refusing to refund the patients.

This is not the first time Bill Yanez and Stacy Eckel have embezzled money. They stole hundreds of thousands from me while working as coordinators at BariatricPal Hospital/BC Hospital.

If these two thieves have fleeced you, please report them to your local authorities and the FBI.

This will catch up to them one day...

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I am in shock. Never thought they would do such a crime.

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Thank you for the post.

If the FBI does not get these people, then I hope KARMA will will.

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I just got word from a good source that Bill Yanez has been re-hired by Dr. Illan and is back running their scam at Hospital BC. Dr. Illan must be getting desperate if he hired Bill back after claiming that Bill also embezzled his money.

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Fool me once? I don't believe this. Why?

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17 minutes ago, FloraBama Girl said:

Fool me once? I don't believe this. Why?

I received this information from a source that works at Hospital BC.

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