Tim Pagliara

Tim Pagliara is the laziest person I have ever worked with. 

Tim Pagliara is the founder, chairman, and CIO of the Cap Wealth Group. He is also a lazy professional who doesn’t respect his customers. He needs to become more responsible and has become too careless to work with. I had hired him and the Cap Wealth Group sometime ago because I had read a lot of praise about him. 

However, I realised that all the praise about Tim and his company was nothing more than a bunch of lies. 

I had hired Tim Pigaliara after I saw him in Forbes’ list of best state advisors. I thought he must be a great guy so I contacted his company and the deal was done. He’s expensive, I’m not going to lie but I believed he would be great for my company. I made a mistake. 

He spends a lot on maintaining his fake online reputation. All the titles and accolades you see about him focus on deceiving customers. Tim is an unreliable prick in reality. His laziness and terrible work ethic can ruin your entire financial well being, like they ruined the finances of my company. I regret hiring that guy and I’m pretty sure that you would too. 

I had asked my people to do a little research on the guy before I hired him. There was nothing negative about him. So I couldn’t believe it when he caused me humongous losses. According to his online reputation and articles about him, Tim should be an expert. But he just turned out to be a lazy prick.

I’ve shared my experience in detail so you can understand better how this guy ruined my company’s finances:

Tim Pagliara and his laziness cost my company 2 very important deals. Yes, not just one but two of them and only because Tim covid not arrive early. 

On the first occasion he and his team were helping my company in acquiring another small business. His people had recommended me to acquire that business. However my competition also got interested in the purchase and it became a race of  who could acquire that business first. 

Because I am writing my review here you can guess who won that race. 

Tim had the responsibility of conducting that deal but he failed miserably. He blamed his team and his subordinates for losing that asset but I knew that he was lying the whole time. That is because I had met with his team and they had shown me their work which was very impressive. All he had to do was to meet the owner and finish off the deal. 

I found out later that he did not even meet the guy as I could not understand the reason why he did not meet him but it was very disappointing to lose like that 

They were going to lose my account because I was on the verge of firing them but I gave them another chance, it was the second biggest mistake I made last year. 

On another occasion they had recommended me to buy a real estate property in another state. The property looked very promising and it was supposed to be a great purchase. But a similar thing happened. 

Tim, who was responsible for overseeing that purchase, decided to  go silent for weeks. His team told me that he had faced an emergency  so he couldn’t be present.

Now I knew they were lying about that emergency and it was just an excuse because they had already made a similar excuse many times before. He would rarely attend a meeting and would claim that it was because of some kind of an emergency. So I already knew that they were just speaking nonsense and wasting my time. 

I don’t know who appointed him as the number 1 financial advisor in the state. He clearly didn’t help me or my company. In fact he lost me millions of dollars in profit through his lethargic and lazy work ethic. He might be a great financial advisor in another century but now he is just a lazy unprofessional person.

He needs  to take responsibility for his actions instead of making excuses. 

I didn’t want to listen to his whining and excuses. That’s why I even considered firing him. I couldn’t take it anymore. 

His subordinates and team members are to blame as they try to hide his irresponsible actions. But what can you say when your Boss tells you to lie for him. So they are not much at fault here.

I had heard so many great things about Tim Pagliara that I was blinded by them. Moreover there was just no way to find out if he really was what other people claimed he was. Now I know the truth. 

I hope my review will help some other business owners in avoiding this incompetent professional. Even these words are a praise for Tim Pagliara. 

3 Total Score
Too Lazy and Careless

I have never seen such a careless and unreliable finance professional in my whole life. Tim has built a fake reputation online, don't trust him.

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  • Careless
  • Lazy
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    I don’t think Tim is the only terrible guy at Cap Wealth Group. I had hired those people last year and to my surprise, they had a very disappointing customer service.
    My financial advisor would never be available on call. I had to set an appointment weeks ago if I ever wanted to meet with him. To make matters worse, the advisor wouldn’t have much info to share in those meetings as well.
    It is a total nightmare, so I’m not surprised to find such a review of Tim Pagliara here.

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  2. This is totally false and malicious- we don’t represent clients in the sales of business. And we don’t represent clients in real estate transactions. We are a registered investment advisory firm regulated under the Investment Company Act of 1940.

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    Tim Pagliara should stop evading the truth. I would not recommend anyone to work with Mr. Pagliara, considering this nefarious reputation of bad behavior and evidence of unprofessionalism.

    Here are the facts you should know before considering Tim Pagliara or Capwealth Group Inc:

    Capwealth is NOT Regulated by SEC Anymore!

    Tim Pagliara Defrauded A Client In 2010: FINRA Disclosure Down Below

    Allegations
    CLIENT OPENED AN ACCOUNT WITH RR IN MARCH OF 2008 AND SUBSEQUENTLY PURCHASED THREE BANK STOCKS AT THE RECOMMENDATION OF AND AFTER DISCUSSION WITH THE RR – REGIONS FINANCIAL, FIFTH THIRD BANCORP, AND BANK OF AMERICA – FOR A TOTAL OF $98,314.70. CLIENT ALLEGES THAT THESE RECOMMENDED SECURITIES WERE NOT SUITABLE IN LIGHT OF HIS FINANCIAL PROFILE, RISK TOLERANCE, AND INVESTMENT OBJECTIVE. SECURITIES IN THE ACCOUNT ARE VALUED AT $41,630.00 AS OF CLOSE OF TRADING 1/22/10.”
    Damage Amount Requested
    $56,684.70
    Settlement Amount
    $30,000.00
    Broker Comment
    [CUSTOMER] SETTLED WITH NBC SECURITIES FOR $30,000. CLIENT DID NOT PURSUE A CLAIM AGAINST MR. PAGLIARA.

    Sue Tim Pagliara!

    If you feel like you have been manipulated, lied to, or misrepresented by Tim Pagliara or Capwealth Group Inc, then you can might be entitled to a good compensation and an official apology from Tim & Capwealth Group.
    I suggest contacting a securities lawyer/law firm as soon as possible and file a lawsuit.
    Who am I:
    I’m a securities lawyer. I often post about spotting financial frauds on websites including GripeO, Pissedconsumer & Reddit. The nature of my work requires me to stay anonymous, as I don’t have any intentions of getting clients from such posts. I make posts like these during a coffee break or in-between meetings. My main intention is to spread awareness and help people see the true facts, instead of polished press releases.

    - CONS: History of burying truth Harsh behavior Unprofessional Not regulated by SEC
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