Monday, October 5, 2015

Huge Hole in the Latest Tim Carroll, Carroll Custom Cadillac "Life and Times of the Carroll family" Story

One of the many problems that people who have something to hide face, is that the more that they write (or talk) about what they're attempting to hide, the more risk they run of revealing more information about themselves than they meant to.

Here in the latest version of "The Life and Times of the Carroll Family," (last accessed: 05 October 2015, 0947 CDT) Carroll writes that, he had to establish himself in Texas for two years before he could qualify for a mortgage loan:1

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Yet, in previous versions of "The Life and Times of the Carroll Family,"Carroll has claimed to be an early retired, independently wealthy, senior engineer.

Doesn't it make sense that if Carroll was truly independently wealthy that banks would be throwing themselves at him to write a loan? Or why not pay cash?

Just one more clue for you to consider.

1 It's believed although right now unconfirmed, that the 3355 Rooster Lane, Princeton, Tx, property was actually owner financed.

1 comment:

  1. This is exactly it. No; he is not wealthy. He sold a home in Washington a few years back for under $100k- it was a shack. I'll have to do some digging to confirm this; but independently wealthy people don't lease shops when they can buy them (and lie about it) and they also don't admit trouble to obtain financing. They also buy new King Ranch trucks and not used ones. Carroll has come along way from the broke guy he was- but on who's dime??? I have always said I'd rather be flat broke and honest than rich from being a thief. Thankfully; that mentality has allowed me to do alright. I'm not rich; but I worked hard for what I have and for that I'm thankful. It would be nice if carroll would think the same way.

    Don't forget; independently wealthy people don't live permanently in a 5th wheel trailer.

    I don't care what his sob story is - we all go through trials and troubles in life; don't make others pay for them.