The Potthast family’s unruly business meeting with Libby to discuss Andrei’s $100k loan request made 90 Day Fiancé fans curious about Chuck’s company.
Since 90 Day Fiancé star Andrei Castravet asked Elizabeth Potthast’s father Charles “Chuck” Potthast for $100,000 on the TLC show, many have been curious about his family business CMP Capital Investments LLC. Libby and her Moldovian husband Andrei returning to 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 6 made fans remember the uncomfortable family dynamic shared between him and her Florida-based family. Fans, who’ve always disapproved of Andrei’s lazy attitude were surprised to watch him start a career by getting a real estate license. But the unusual demand of $100k meant Andrei wanting to compete with the infamous 90 Day Fiancé family and Chuck’s home flipping business.
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But with the business tactics that Libby’s father owns, the 90 Day Fiancé cast member asked Andrei to work for him instead. However, before Andrei’s initiation, the Potthast clan discussed him joining their company and getting the large loan, in a scene that was going to be a disaster as per anyone’s guess. The saga of the Potthast family belittling Andrei continued in 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? episode 2, as Libby once again played advocate to him knowing he was eyeing the money. However, the “family business meeting” became a source of laughs amongst fans online given the “pack of wolves” Potthasts erupted in a usual clash after it.
After the 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? episode aired, fans took to the internet to note that the Potthast family’s business made no sense. With half of the siblings having a long rap sheet of arrests, fans have always been critical of Libby’s family being judgemental of Andrei’s past. But with Chuck mimicking Andrei in a way even Libby called it “unprofessional,” and Charlie adding “we’ve been working a long time trying to build this company up,” the suspicions scaled high. “I can’t imagine them actually being realtors or dealing with contracts or anything,” wrote a curious fan on Reddit. And more TLC viewers asked if the Potthast family is into buying, “trailer parks.”
Fans had heard of CDC Capital Investments LLC back in August 2020, when 90 Day Fiancé fans discovered Chuck and his sons had a shady background involving allegedly scamming renters. Upon investigating Chuck’s real estate business, fans had found out that several tenants had lodged complaints against the company. As per AllAboutTheTea, these renters had accused the Potthast family of not disclosing that their temporary homes were due for foreclosure. These tenants had also complained that they were evicted at the last minute without notice and “warned that they would be hit with court costs times three,” if they never vacated by the given date.
More accusations about their unsuccessful attempts to contact Chuck’s company came forth, with CDC Capital Investments LLC ignoring their calls by allegedly shutting down communication. The 90 Day Fiancé family’s company also has three reviews on Yelp, all asking readers to “beware” and “avoid this company.” But there doesn’t appear to be a website available for CDC Capital Investments LLC, apart from pages such as CorporationWiki noting that it was “filed as a Florida Limited Liability in the State of Florida on Tuesday, March 18, 2014.” The company has two key people associated officially as per the source, Charles R. Potthast AKA Chuck, and Charlie’s wife Megan Potthast. This, coupled with Chuck being arrested for unpaid child support in 2009, and his kids’ long criminal history has made 90 Day Fiancé fans put the entire Potthast family on their naughty list.
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