Deadbeat Ottawa Remax Broker Brock Frost Burns RBC on facebook JUNE 27, 2016

Deadbeat Ottawa Remax Broker Brock Frost Burns RBC on facebook  JUNE 27, 2016

It takes a certain type of brazenness to post what Robert Brock Frost, Rob Frost, RB Frost has during his attempt to settle over $2 million dollars of debt for about $80K.

That is exactly what the former Cornwall Ontario City Councilor has done after posting his RBC image on facebook recently.

Frost prop 11 liabilitiesRBC is one of the largest creditors on his list and has engaged the firm of Gowlings.   Gowlings and RBC have not responded for this story, but other creditors have shown anger at how Frost went on lengthy world vacations while clearly burning through cash.  Many will be left with nothing or very little to show for the monies owed.

Frost prop 12 liabilitiesAccording to documents submitted by Frost to Ottawa Bankruptcy Trustee Jeff Webb, the fraudster, who plead guilty in Quebec courts after being nailed with forgery and fraud charges over his Cornwall River King fiasco, owes RBC $182, 950.00 for various loans.

An industry expert shared that if proven guilty of fraud, a party may not be protected in Bankruptcy or settlement proceedings.Brock Frost LIVE BY YOUR OWN RULES fb May 20 16

Frost in the meanwhile is flogging cash draws if you buy or sell  with his Greater Ottawa selling group which has properties listed with no broker or agent denoted on their web listing pages.

Likewise, Frost is pitching no money down properties.    Frost is listed as a licensed broker on the RECO website.

brock frost fbHe is pitching himself as an investment real estate broker, yet oddly enough his own portfolio now has him working with a Bankruptcy trustee.

Frost investing

He recently has given seminars on investing in Real Estate as well.

Rob Frost pitch

He still is pitching himself as owner of a multi million dollar investment portfolio when by his own admission to his trustee his assets are in the negative.

He is being repped by bad actor and paralegal John Robinson who’s moved from Toronto to Cornwall.

What do you think dear CFN viewers?  You can post your comments below.

Frost images : facebook

 

 

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32 Comments on "Deadbeat Ottawa Remax Broker Brock Frost Burns RBC on facebook JUNE 27, 2016"

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Hugger1
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Any indication of what he owes all creditors?

jules
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Of all the crazy things that my husband’s nephew did in past years he never did as much damage as what Frosty the Fraudster ever did and believe me he did plenty and so much so that we had to get him out of Canada and you can imagine what the consequences would have been. What I sent you Jamie was only part of it. I have been ashamed and embarrassed by I told you only a small portion.

jules
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Are there any words to describe Brock Fraud? Oh My God Almighty. Jamie remind me never to deal in real estate ever in my life. I don’t ever want to have a crook like that in charge of deals. My husband and I went through a great deal and enough was enough. Cornwall’s reputation is as black as ink and will never recover ever again. Brock Frost, Willie the wise old owl and Latour. Who is next

jules
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You couldn’t imagine how I feel as a parent having a child like Frosty the Fraudster, Willie, Latour and all the rest of the gang in Cornhole. That is what kills a parent. I am so sick today just thinking about it. My husband’s nephew’s fraud was at $250K total and I thought that was bad back in the late 80’s. This is incredible. My sister in law is very sick and her husband is deceiced.

Simon
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From a fake House Hunter’s International sale, then $690,230.00 USD disappearing along with Frost in Nicaragua, reneging on promises to charity, fraud in Quebec, and much more …all public knowledge.

The Royal Bank, ING, Scotia Bank, Your Credit Union, need to fire the employees that profited from commissions on loans to a KNOWN “sinkhole” — They are complicit in the scandal.

Crooks the lot!!

Hugger1
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Doing a very quick calculation it looks like he owes between 1 and 2 million dollars. I hope it can be proven that there was fraud involved and the bankruptcy can be challenged. Jetting off on trips, IMHO, when you already owe a lot is a good case for fraud.

Simon
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In for a penny in for a pound eh?

Was Frosty drowning before his European tour, and laughing weakly from the Baltic to his fool Facebook friendlings, about maxed and “bleeding” credit cards?

Now with no credit and the banks screwed over (or rather depositors & insurers), does he hunt suckers to buy into “no money down, vendor takes back mortgage” properties(aka unsellable properties)?

jules
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Looking at Frosty the Fraudster he is very narcistic and if he had a conscience and was a normal person he wouldn’t do what he does but he wants to be the show and only eyes on him and he is also getting the attention from all of us about what he did and thinks that he can get away with it. The man is sick and I mean those word he is sick. Frosty should be in prison as well as Latour.

jules
Guest

I thnk that Frosty the Fraudster owes very close to 2 million dollars when I think of the cost of that house in Nicaragua alone not counting the fraud that he did here in Canada that alone comes very close to those figures. There may be much more than what we know already and maybe Jamie will be surprising all of us with more news.

Simon
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Oh, Oh!… Frost’s Facebook is going dark. looks like he’s been told by his “legal beagle” to lower the self-promotion and empty bragging. It might even be re-branding time.

And how will Robert Brock Frost’s name be reengineered?…Rob? Robbie? Bert? Bobbi?

Maybe he’ll fetch a nice jailhouse name … hmmmm, Sugar? or Nancy?

jules
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Simon I have more fun and laughs about Fraudster Frosty than you could ever imagine. How can anyone be on duty 24/7 and he would surely be carted out on a stretcher without a doubt but instead of the hospital they would throw him in the nearest dumpster. No good realtor will hire such a fraud. That taught me a very valuable less never purchase a house – all scam.

Hugger1
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Boy we certainly see some gems on here. The latest “That taught me a very valuable lesson never purchase a house – all scam.” IMHO I’d rather own a home than pay rent while paying someone else’s mortgage,

jules
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Hugger that’s an old line. Today there are no jobs that will pay a mortgage and everything else that goes with it and it was just yesterday that I saw a “SOLD” sign on a house that took many years to sell almost 4 years and no takes and a nice house. I would rather rent since the economy is going to collapse. Food is going to go up really high compared to what you see now and so is gas, etc.

jules
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Hugger there is a great deal more to a house than just the mortgage. I remember when the pipes were bursting and I called a plumber in Cornwall and they didn’t want to come and one man came and botched the job and a friend of ours came over and saw the damage. We hurried on and fixed things up and sold and no more of that scam. There were many things to fix and you need your own bank to fix.

Hugger1
Guest

Well, I disagree. There must be people with jobs as by statistics there are more home owners than renters Food went up, but if you follow the news it is due to drop in prices in the next few months, back to normal pricing levels. Houses that take 4 years to sell is probably due to an owner unwilling to move off their price. You have to decide: do you want to sell or be stubborn.

Hugger1
Guest

It’s too bad you had a bad experience with home ownership. It is not a scam. Where you get that idea I don’t know. Yes, it costs money to own a house; it’s called paying the bills. I’d rather own a home than pay rent thus paying someone else’s mortgage. I’d rather own a home than live in a concrete prison where you can’t control anything. If you fart and rent your neighbours complain.

Hugger1
Guest

Easiest answer…..I like a challenge.

jules
Guest

Well Jamie you may think I am wacky that is good at least I know what you think of me and I don’t give a rat’s ass at all. Hugger we had a very bad experience owning a house but when problems happen while renting we are free to move. Some people whether you own or rent complain for no reason. The things that we went through was unbelievable. We are better the way we are now.

jules
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Hugger I remember when we first moved in this apartment and the neighbors were not good people and they moved out and then came some Syrians or Iraqis with two boys who made tons of trouble and we complained and nothing was done until others complained. People thought that it was us and the super told them who was causing the disturbances. I screamed at the owner through the phone line back then

jules
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Hugger Ottawa wants to raise taxes and it was in the paper yesterday but I didn’t read it. With LRT coming bus passes are going up very high in price. The roads are nothing but pot holes as is not to mention the sink hole on Rideau. I have felt for a long time that this was going to happen – too much neglect and spending on nonsense – reminds me of Cornwall’s nonsense in spending.

jules
Guest

Hugger when things go bad I just have to look for another place to live whereas when you own you are literally stuck. About food it is going to go up in value because our dollar is sinking in value and I heard that yesterday from the US. The dollar is tanking and not much better than the Mexican peso.

Simon
Guest

Anyone thought to track down Christine from the House Hunter’s International episode filmed in Nicaragua?

In that episode Brock Frost fakes buying a house, while actually working at the listing brokerage (Century 21 Gold Coast Realty) for Barry Oliver the broker showing it.

Christine may know where Al Hatset’s money went, and maybe Ron Sombilon (Vancouver Photographer) knows where she is.

Hugger1
Guest

Just because I own a house I am not “stuck.” Houses in this area sell rather quickly. Mortgage vs paying someone else’s mortgage? It really isn’t hard to pick.

jules
Guest

Yes Jamie I have to be wacky to live in this crazy upside down insane world of ours. My arthritis is killing and my daughter is in the beginning stages of arthritis. I won’t be typing tonight.

jules
Guest

Hugger what would happen if the house that you bought goes way down in value but you have to pay the mortgage that you signed for. Your mortgage would be worth more than the house and this happens a lot.

jules
Guest

Christine that is the name I have been trying to get who is Frosty the Showman’s girlfriend. I was wondering what happened to her. If Frosty the Showman has no money she will run away as fast as she can and go after someone else who has the money. I said that once before and I don’t know if Jamie printed it or not. I was wondering where she is.

Hugger1
Guest

If our house value went down we’d still pay the mortgage. That’s the agreement you make. House values fluctuate all the time. If we renegotiated every time house values changed we’d be at the mortgage brokers on a monthly basis. Yes owning a house can be a crap shoot. But i’d rather own than rent.

jules
Guest

Hugger you are right about the part that if the price changes on the house and you wanted to renegotiate the mortgage you would be there every month. Just this morning my husband said how he appreciates renting and it was his decision in the first place and I said sell because I wanted to come back to Ottawa which we did. Things are going up and Ottawa may be hit with higher taxes.

jules
Guest

If Fraudster Frosty borrowed to go on trips and didn’t pay back and made bankruptcy then that is fraud. This would have been something intentional and not by accident. Any company who hires Frosty the Fraudster has to be mighty hard up or insane or even crooked. There is no way in hell would I make a deal with such a character as Frosty.

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