SergiLeaks 1.1 – UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd fundraisingPosted: July 7, 2016
Universal Medicine’s Esoteric cult leader, Serge Benhayon, likes to cast himself as a successful businessman, but he’s not forthcoming about his devious means of accumulating wealth. Email communiqués from his personal assistant, Desiree Delaloye, and business partner, Brisbane accountant Susan Scully, show how UM misleads ‘investors’ into funding company assets, and then charges them to use them.
The following emails from May 2010 were sent to the UniMed faithful, spruiking unspecified and very dubious ‘tax benefits’ for a commercial ‘investment’.
From: UniMed Desiree <[redacted]@universalmedicine.com.au>
Date: Thu, May 20, 2010 at 7:53 PM
Subject: Brisbane Clinic – Meeting
To: Desiree <[redacted]@universalmedicine.com.au>
You may or may not be aware that a new Centre has started in Fairfield Brisbane.
This Centre has received an enormous amount of help and support, with people moving furniture and setting up treatment rooms; gardening; cleaning; providing trades services; practitioners working from there; clients having sessions; those that have financially contributed, while others have visited and added their touch. Thank you to all, as this support has been appreciated.
The Brisbane Centre requires your further support this time financially to fund the purchase of it. The financial support required is one of a solid commitment to a sound investment with tax benefits. Offers of donations are appreciated however not required at this stage.
We are hosting an Information Session at the Centre, 135 Brougham Street Fairfield, this Sunday, 23rd May 2010 at 10am — and another at the Universal Medicine Clinic, Goonellabah at a date yet to be announced — for everyone considering being a part of this financially.
John Hinchcliffe, Jenny Ellis & myself will be presenting, and we look forward to sharing the morning with you.
Please contact Susan Scully on 0413 [redacted] or susan@[redacted].com.au if you will be attending and/or are considering financing.
With Love, Susan
From: UniMed Desiree <[redacted]@universalmedicine.com.au>
Date: Mon, May 24, 2010 at 3:23 AM
Subject: Financially supporting the Brisbane Centre
To: Desiree <[redacted]@universalmedicine.com.au>Hello Everyone,Expressions of Financial Interest in Truth & CommitmentThank you for the wonderful response to financially supporting the Brisbane Centre with Sunday’s Information Session offering much for people to consider.We are hosting the next Information Session at Universal Medicine Clinic’s Seminar Room, Goonellabah this Tuesday, 25th May 2010 at 6pm. John Hinchcliffe, Jenny Ellis & myself will be presenting, and we look forward to sharing the evening with you.The Brisbane Centre requires expressions of financial interest being one of a solid commitment to a sound investment with tax benefits.Please contact Susan Scully on 0413 [redacted] or email: susan@[redacted].com.au if you will be attending and/or are considering financing.With Love,Susan.
Susan Scully, like Deborah Benhayon and Serryn O’Regan is one of Serge’s financial Brides. We don’t hear a lot from them because Benhayon’s halfwit exhibitionist Brides like Jane Keep, scramble onlookers’ brains with their talking cervixes etc., while attack Brides, Rebecca Asquith, Alison Greig et al maintain the online defamatory barrage, generating a smokescreen via the vilification of critics.
Behind the scenes, Delaloye and her posse bully the congregation for ‘subscriptions’ and donations. Scully, Deborah Benhayon and O’Regan take care of the financials and legals, quietly distributing profits through an elaborate structure of companies and trusts.
Once in a while they surface to boast of their AMAZING Esoteric prowess with their ill-gotten money, money and more money. Deborah and Scully generously ran a course along those lines for the increasingly skint donors to the sham College of UM.
Debby Benhayon goes so far as to tell the flock, ‘MONEY HEALS‘.
Of course it does. When you’ve sold out all integrity, credibility and dignity.
UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd – community assistance for a multi-millionaire
A few weeks after this call for ‘investments’, the UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd company was formed, with Scully, O’Regan, practitioner Penny Scheenhouwer, and Esoteric Breast Massager and long term Bride, Jenny Ellis as directors. The latter two were sloughed off the board last year and the current directors are Susan Scully and Serryn O’Regan.
The UniMed Brisbane property was improved via donations, volunteer labour and mythical ‘investments’ from the faith-full.
UniMed Brisbane is located in ‘Ashby House’ an exquisite old Victorian building whose upkeep and administration has and continues to be contributed to, by a team of dedicated volunteers. The commitment of all volunteers enables UniMed Brisbane’s services to be accessible to many more people. UniMed Brisbane website
UniMed Brisbane advertising further misleads the public that it’s some sort of benevolent society.
UniMed Brisbane is a clinic run by the community for the community. UniMed Brisbane website
The building, with the claimed $2M mortgage, is owned by UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd. (Title document here.) UniMed Brisbane Pty Ltd is owned by two individuals, Susan Scully and Serge Benhayon.
In other words, it’s a private, commercial enterprise with a valuable building, owned by wealthy people, sponging off donors and volunteers.
A bit like the College of Universal Medicine sham charity.
The beneficiaries are Susan Scully and Serge. They’ve eliminated business overheads by exploiting volunteers. The centre is staffed by mercenary upper rung pyramid scheme sycophants who aggressively promote and recruit to Benhayon’s habit forming cycle of money for nothing workshops, subscriptions, donations, bullyings, touch-ups and bequests.
The May email stated donations were not required ‘at this stage’ but thanked those who had contributed financially.
By August that year Benhayon was soliciting anonymous donations, most likely to do away with the need to issue receipts. Now that’s a tax benefit.
- The Brisbane Clinic has been purchased but with a loan of $2million to pay off requires ongoing donations for another 2-3 years.
- Donations of any size can be made depending on whether you can afford it.
- Don’t donate because you feel you have to, everybody else is, etc etc.
- Feel if you wish to support the growth of the work in this way and do it anonymously EDG notes taken by Michael Dixon, EDG 21 August 2010, p. 3
The following year he was pushing students to ‘make the call’ to renovate his Converys Lane College property and then buy it from him. When the College of UM was granted charity status, that sham commercial fundraising was blessed with tax exemptions. It has since had its Deductible Gift Recipient status cancelled by the ATO.
There is 1700 square metres of building – and only 5 minutes away from the Clinic. [Goonellabah NSW] The plan is to have 14-18 offices, and will ultimately be offering Home Hospice, an extended Clinic, and ultimately a College. In time it will be used for all our Retreats etc. The street no. is 37.
Serge presented that assistance is needed financially to get the ball rolling – and asked that we contribute in some way if we can and feel impulsed to do so, as we have done for the U.M. Brisbane Clinic. If we find that we are in a position to assist, the energy of donation will reward the kidneys. He mentioned that there will be free Retreats for cancer patients and for those experiencing illness or disease.
The greatest form of healing is not a cure, but a life not to reproduce it. EDG notes, Kathleen Baldwin, April 23, 2011
The property big picture
Benhayon currently owns over $5M worth of property in his name. Four residential properties, the Blue Hills Ave business premises and the Converys Lane College of Universal Medicine building, which he bought in 2011 for $2.3M and has spent around $1M on, thanks to the gifts and bequest from Judith McIntyre, who was one of the cancer patients who received ‘free’ healings.
We know he owns a lot more, and his 50% stake in the UniMed Brisbane property confirms he owns buildings through his companies and trusts. He himself has about 10 of those, and his offspring have a few more.
Misleading the court
Late last year, the family of Judith McIntyre unsuccessfully contested her will. Benhayon received approx. $1.4M from Ms McIntyre via gifts and bequests. Unfortunately, the family didn’t make a pleading of undue influence, and didn’t bring evidence of it to court. (That is not a criticism. To do so would have been extremely costly.)
During cross examination, the McIntyre’s counsel identified only three properties Benhayon owns. Benhayon was asked whether he owned the Brisbane property at 135 Brougham St Fairfield, UniMed Brisbane.
Benhayon said no.
I was there.
Unfortunately, the barrister didn’t press, and didn’t tender evidence that Benhayon owns it, or of any further properties in his name.
In the Benhayon vs Rockett trial, my team shall tender evidence and press that question and that response. It will be part of proving my defence’s contextual imputation that the plaintiff is dishonest.
Ms McIntyre gifted Benhayon $800K a month before she died. Her will was witnessed by Desiree Delaloye and executed by Serryn O’Regan. In court, Benhayon was asked what the next largest individual gift was, and he said $600,000. A number of sources have told me their loved ones have written wills bequeathing Benhayon property, parts of or whole estates.
Yet, the poor little bequest pillaging multi-millionaire seeks cash donations to fund the site hosting and development of his excess of online advertising, his daughter’s dodgey advertorials, and ropes volunteers into cleaning and maintaining his properties.
Ponder on that.
Postscript: I’m happy to forward any of these documents to any of you who would like them – including Serge’s followers. If you or your family wishes to contest a will benefiting Benhayon, please contact me and I will do what I can to assist.