Neil Chandran And Dynamic Philanthropy

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Founded in 2006 by Neil Chandran, Chandran Holding Media Inc. (CHMI) provides financial capital and intellectual property to a range of companies operating principally in the media and technology sector. As part of these on-going efforts, Mr. Chandran shaped Dynamic Philanthropy, a brand of broadcast and web media productions promoting the cause of giving back. Through Dynamic Philanthropy, CHMI is committed to giving back to the global community reflected in two ways:

I.By creating media and technology products that help people around the world, while simultaneously earning a profit, CHMI has created specific media that promotes the cause of giving back; showcasing the philanthropical pursuits of corporations, individuals, non-profits, government and non-governmental organizations in our Dynamic Philanthropy brand of broadcast and web media productions.

II.By donating a percentage of the company's revenue to freevi.org The Freevi Foundation. The mandate of the Freevi Foundation is to support causes of importance to the companies, employees and stakeholders. These areas include Education, Health and Wellness, Spirituality and Hunger, and Homelessness in the communities in which we operate. Our focus will expand proportionally to our financial and staffing resources.

Freevi, developed by Neil Chandran, is the worlds only viable conduit between content development, web/television broadcasting and continuous advertising revenue redefining. Be on TV Beyond TV. Freevis flightPlan encompasses Internet TV channels, embedded online video consoles, and online video directories offering advertisers unparalleled exposure while empowering viewers with specialty programs and searchable resources in an online community for business and social networking. His broadcast portfolio including energyTV, miningIndustryTV, realInvestmentsTV, ceoTV, niteLifeTV, insideFashion, and kidoTV continues to set new standards of excellence by focusing on companies and industries representing key market trends, global innovations and geopolitical platforms.

It has been said that the greatest gifts one can give is to fill a need unnoticed. At Dynamic Philanthropy you can hear what Richard Gere, Jude Law and the Dalai Lama had to say about giving back then register to stay informed on current projects and subscribe to our podcast directory. We welcome philanthropic organizations wishing to be featured on the program and requests to be included in our Dynamic Philanthropy Video on Demand Directory along with anyone desiring to submit philanthropy stories to contact us.
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    me me- 2010/10/06 12:45:06 pm

    YIKES! So no one does their homework huh? Neil Chandran's name is synonomys with "swindler". He's stolen countless people's retirement funds. He's a great salesman and makes his prey think they're making money. Here's how: * he takes the money he's stolen from someone and uses it as "pay-off" money to pay his new suckers... investors. * he tells the new investors that he will double their investment in a month! Wow! And sure enough... their $50k is $100k... BUT WAIT... there's more! * if they'll roll over the investment, they can start getting dividend checks (sure enough, he delivers a $15k check personally that is cashable!) but he'll now guarantee and triple return in 1 more month, with an additional $50k... Little do the "investors" know, but the cashable dividend checks are just someone else's money that someone has fallen for his lies. He has stolen almost 1 million dollars from my relatives!!!!!!! He had the nerve to ask my family to pray for him in 2008 while he was going through rough times. UGH! Oh and his offices are nice looking and everyone looks so sharp....... I would too if I stole money. He did this in California.......... Then Calgary (2007 - 2009) and has now moved on to Toronto! Watch out...

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    me me- 2010/10/06 12:44:52 pm

    YIKES! So no one does their homework huh? Neil Chandran's name is synonomys with "swindler". He's stolen countless people's retirement funds. He's a great salesman and makes his prey think they're making money. Here's how: * he takes the money he's stolen from someone and uses it as "pay-off" money to pay his new suckers... investors. * he tells the new investors that he will double their investment in a month! Wow! And sure enough... their $50k is $100k... BUT WAIT... there's more! * if they'll roll over the investment, they can start getting dividend checks (sure enough, he delivers a $15k check personally that is cashable!) but he'll now guarantee and triple return in 1 more month, with an additional $50k... Little do the "investors" know, but the cashable dividend checks are just someone else's money that someone has fallen for his lies. He has stolen almost 1 million dollars from my relatives!!!!!!! He had the nerve to ask my family to pray for him in 2008 while he was going through rough times. UGH! Oh and his offices are nice looking and everyone looks so sharp....... I would too if I stole money. He did this in California.......... Then Calgary (2007 - 2009) and has now moved on to Toronto! Watch out...

This article was published on 2010/10/01