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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Looking Back So We Can Look Forward

Blogger Comments:  Folks, we have to look back at Steven Ziaja's investments in the Title Mart schemes to go forward.  Steven Ziaja should be in a pre-trial hearing this morning with or without a deal; he may avoid court.  Without a deal he most certainly should be headed to court in the Montgomery County Courthouse on August 10, 2018.

Looking Back:  Steven Ziaja had Four Promissory Notes Recorded Totaling 846,000.00 on December 23, 2015

Aw!  Those were the days.  Ana and Steven Ziaja were a couple when they teamed up with Greg Steenson to create a perfect scheme.  A Ponzi scheme that ended in the real owner of the Title Marts filing bankruptcy.  Attached are Steven Ziaja's Promissory Notes.  The only problem is Steven Ziaja can't prove he invested $504,000.00 or the $846,000.00 he claims he invested.  We have proven that Sheriff Ana did invest $150,000.00 out of the inmate food funds. 

We are proud of the fact that we broke the Performance Auto Sales AKA Title Mart debacle here first.  

Our first blog on the Title Marts was November 2, 1015.  We noticed that Ziaja did not have the notes probated until after we posted our first Title Mart blog.  Ziaja recorded all of the promissory notes on December 23, 2015 at the Morgan County Probate Judges Office. 

We began our research on Performance Auto Sales late April - Early May 2015.  We began our blog in October 2015.   We decided to blog our findings of the Performance Auto Sales AKA Title Mart once we were comfortable with the information we obtained in regards to Sheriff Ana Franklin's purchase of  vehicles from the Title Mart's, verified that Alyssa Franklin worked at the Title Mart's and that Steven Ziaja had gone into business with Greg Steenson.  

Steven Ziaja entered into the Title Mart Business with Greg Steenson December 1, 2014. According to the Promissory Note below, the first note was for $100,000.00.  The note states that "THE PURPOSE OF THIS LOAN IS TO BUY AND SALE VEHICLES.  WE AGREE TO SPLIT THE PROFIT 50/50".  What we find interesting is that for some reason Ziaja did not have the Note recorded with the Morgan County Probate Judge's office until December 23, 2015 at 3:49:38 PM.  You will note that the promissory note calls for all profits to be split 50/50.  Our question is 50/50 with whom?



On January 9, 2015 Ziaja loaned the dealership more money ($20,000)
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 On March 27, 2015, Ziaja loaned the Title Marts another $20,000.00.  This Note appears to have been signed by Harold Jeffreys.  Hum!!


The October 17, 2015 Promissory Note for $526,000.00 appears to be signed by Greg Steenson and Ben Jeffreys


As we previously reported, Ziaja has loaned money before.  In each case, he had the loan probated immediately.  He made a loan to his aunt, an employee of the MCSO, and Ana Franklin's daughter and her husband, Mrs. Erika Sheats and Mr. Derek Sheats.  All of these notes were promptly probated.


Why would Steven Ziaja loan Performance Auto Sales $846,000.00 without a promissory note?  By Ziaja's own admission, he did not know these people.  It appears he trusted Greg Steenson far more than he trusted the people closest to him.

3 comments:

  1. Looks like forgery will be one of the many charges they will face. This looks bad and smells worst!

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  2. I heard it was tomorrow and Friday

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  3. where did Ziaja get all the money to invest from....846,000.00 is alot.

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