The Cincinnati Nation reported yesterday that local businessman Roger Ach, over this past weekend, sold-off furnishings from his East Walnut Hills Mansion. He had to. There has been a foreclosure on his house and if he didn’t vacate by October 20 (today), all of his stuff would be dumped on the sidewalk.
But while it appears that Ach might be out of his mansion, that doesn’t mean he’s out of business.
Over the past four to five weeks, I have received two e-mails from two separate individuals who have invested substantial sums of money with Ach. Both individuals read my various posts here about him. Other sites have also written about Ach and his troubles.
Sadly, these investors came across those posts and mine after they had already turned money over to Ach.
I’m not going to print the names and phone numbers of these people. That would be stupid, but I, of course, have saved both e-mails.
One of the individuals who wrote a large check to Ach was looking for suggestions on how to get his or her money back.
I have no idea, but here’s a suggestion for the future: do your homework before writing large checks. I’m not saying you won’t get a return on your investment but based on past history, based on what’s out there on the web about Ach, you might be better off playing the lottery.
(Photo from Cincinnati Enquirer)