Nathan Janzen Ethics Scandal Exposed He did Mission, Abbotsford, and Lanley

"With over eight years of experience in the banking and financial services industry, I know what customer service is all about" (Nathan Janzen, see screenshot at right from, click to enlarge):  Nathan never responds to correspondence.


Anything that could incriminate him, he likes to keep verbal.  No records, nothing on paper.

"Sen. Ron Johnson on Wednesday knocked Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for dodging his questions with “theatrics”". (Mackenzie Weinger, Ron Johnson: Hillary Clinton evaded with ‘theatrics’, Politico, 23 Jan 2013)


Nathan uses free gifts.  Like, say, $500 cash.  (see graphic at right)

"A confidence trick (synonyms include confidence scheme, scam and stratagem) is an attempt to defraud a person or group after first gaining their confidence, used in the classical sense of trust. Confidence tricks exploit characteristics of the human psyche such as dishonesty, honesty, vanity, compassion, credulity, irresponsibility, naïveté and greed." (Confidence trick, Wikipedia)

Of course, that $500 isn't a gift at all.  Its just a small dent in the pile of debt Nathan wants to load on your back.

Let's say you have some money, and are not quite sure what you can get for it.

Come to Nathan!

He'll give you advice real cheap:  "Complimentary".  (see graphic at left)

With a little bit of Starbucks coffee thrown in.

And this is a great deal?

Sometimes victims of his trickery complain, but Mr. Janzen just blows them off.

Hands out Starbucks coffee, and throws his usual theatrics show.

Which reminds me of a certain song: