Set Into Motion and David S. Batt are defrauding victims with an upfront fee scam.

Oak Brook, IL-Today it was announced that Dave S. Batt, is running a con to nail unsuspecting victims in the upfront fee scam. Dave Batt runs a scam operation called Set into Motion. It’s at In the scam, Dave Batt claims he is the USA representative for the royal family in Dubai. Sounds exciting, the problem, it is all a fraud.

After filling out forms and other worthless non-sense, Dave Batt uses folks like “Mr. Willard Dean” that Dave Batt assures you he got a 1/5 million dollar loan for. The co-conspirator lies and makes up stories to support Dave Batt. Then you are told that you need to pay up front for a “Surety bond”. This cost is for tens of thousands. You need to then spring for a trip to Dubai. After you buy your tickets, they give you another call. Yes, a mistake was made and now you need to give them money that covers a $120,000.00 surety bond. When the victims object, they fire sale it and the cons drop the cost to $40,000.00. Once the victims, if they do not give more money to the con-artist, demand their money back, you learn you are out. Dave Batt promises a refund and that he is “checking with his counsel” then all calls and emails are shut off. Dave Batt uses emails at,

Phone of scam artist Dave Batt is 612-670-9989 address 222 May Ave Glen Ellyn IL 60137. He also uses address 700 Commerce Dr Oak Brook, IL 60523 and phone 630-991-3244


If you have been a victim, or know someone that has been a victim, contact us immediately! We are building a case against this scam artist Dave Batt.


*Please forward this email on to your sources, groups, news media, state and federal authorities and to the IRS. We want this man off the streets.

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