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Dennis Muracco Ripoff Report 1
Dennis Muracco - Chase Bank - James Dimon - Experian Ripoff Report 2

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DISH,LLC - Date Opened - November, 2019 - In Collection a few months later - $716.- 4109 - Declined January, 2020 - Responsibility - Dennis Muracco

                      Premier Bank Credit Card 1st - Credit Card - 7587 - 601 S. Minnesota, Sioux Falls, SD - Account Charged off - In Collection - Responsible - Dennis Muracco - Opened November, $716. As of January 2020 - $716. - On record to 2016 - Declined

Opened April 19, 2014 - Original Creditor - Verizon Wireless - Responsibility- Dennis Muracco - in collection - will remain until 2022 - Balance - $2499. as of January, 2020 - Declined - FCRC Dispute - Declined - Wage garnishment - Declined

Opened May 2015 - Auto Loan - Santander Consumer USA - 3688 - Account charged off - $16,305. - 415,852. written off - balance - $12,206. past due - Declined - Remain until 2024

SLS/EFS 3613 - Transferred - Closed - Education $1750.- Responsibility - Dennis Muracco - Dennis dusted a student loan - Shame - February, 1998

Transferred back to the government.


All above and below parties plus unknown third parties who have released data or information about me from possession of data I gave no permission to distribute and under court order to close my Experian, Equifax and TransUnion Accounts, destroy all physical data and electronic data greater than 1 byte in a corporate burn box, destroy any media, disc drives, solid state drives, old school data storage servers, all servers with more than 1 byte of data concerning me, any other storage medium available or not, forever and a day, gather any remaining information that is available by any means necessary world wide due to the Equifax, largest, we know about, data breech in history.

This is all on you mentioned above and if you want to join the party when the legs fall and break from within and vertically by all means, join in. Dennis Muracco as late as January 22nd, 2020 has breached Experian using my data to get more credit cards, auto insurance using my address. All information you refused to investigate, all law enforcement abandoning and banning me from it’s facilities refusing to take a 911 call on the “suspicious activities” which all fiduciary institutions were warned by me to file at the very outset, close to one and a half years ago did not do so. This is not a law until it is broken, when it is broken, the hard copies and recordings come out, then Homeland Security comes out. I will keep coming at you until I am put down then I will get up and be back. You have no authority in this area, my name will be called once. There is nothing you can do above the laws that are written. Look at yourself, all strapped up, lying all day, just a twig in my eyes for that is the way I look at myself and I am constantly awed by the power no one seems to see anymoreAs of January, 2020, Dennis Muracco is back into all my accounts with information gained by FOIA requests, public databases and anonymous whistle blowers thanks to Equifax. Not only does he know all past but all current information. This puts you all in a tank with the IRS. I have not decided on the options they have given me. One includes all the above with knowing the facts, having the backup paperwork, the logic involved, the black and white fact that you all have refused to investigate this matter at all.


American Express - 41004 - $14,300.76 - American Express - 12008 - $5996.30 - American Express -63003 - $16,480.05

Collection letter from Doyle & Hoefs, LLC - Received 12-26-2019 - First Class USPS - No Signature Required

Representing American Express - Reference Number 19174471 - Account 41004 - Dennis Muracco - $14,300.76 - Credit Card Debt

Representing American Express - Reference Number 19174696 - Account 12008 - Dennis Muracco - $5996.30 - Credit Card Debt

Representing American Express - Reference Number 19174644 - Account 63003 - Dennis Muracco - $16,480.05 - Credit Card Debt

Answers to Doyle & Hoefs denying the all three debts debt were sent to the collection agency of Doyle & Hoefs on 12-27-2019. All purchases were made by and received by Dennis Muracco. I reported I had been defrauded as it occurred. I asked for severe debt validation on all three accounts, first class mail to Doyle & Hoefs, 2043 Springwood Road, York, PA 17403. I hadn't used any of the three cards well before Dennis Muracco had taken them. The dates of last use by me sent with zero balance on all. There is 145,000$ due from American Express, Bank of America, Capital One, Chase, Jamie Dimon, Hilton Honor Card, Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, FICO, Discover, Synchrony from do not call, cease and desist, do not contact, for robocalls and number spoofing. The Trace Act signed by President Trump in January of 2019 makes all banks, and credit reporting agencies liable as well, a $10,000 fine for each call after a cease and desist order was delivered by USPS certified mail. It is on all your computers.


Bank of America - Received an dunning notice on 01-24-2020 dated 01-17-2020 - they have a do not contact notice - a do not call cease and desist order is on all BOA computers - calls have not been added yet at 150$ a call. The federal law enacted 01-01-2019 against robocalls has not been added up as of this date. $10,000 federal fine for each call.

Brian Moynihan - CEO - representing Bank of America - BOA - threatening me “you will have to pay anyway” in the same letter acting as their own collection agency.

Dennis Muracco - SRYYDME - 00-61-0700B 03-2012 - Account number - Dennis Muracco - 7743/6467 - $28,333.25 as of 01-25-2020


Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, FICO - RICO ACT VIOLATIONS - Ongoing Criminal Enterprise 

Experian - Equifax - TransUnion - All LLC’s connected with these companies or any third party LLC’s must immediately use a burn box and eliminate any data or personal information concerning me or my representatives, whether on paper - digital storage - discs - any media capable of storing my private, personal information, you are illegally possessing will be dealt with.

I do not recognize Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, True Identity, My True Identity and FICO, et al, as federal agencies. I hereby demand that you comply with the cease and desist order of possessing my financial information, giving it to others who request it without my oral or written consent. You are to destroy any records regarding my personal, confidential data and information, close all accounts in my name as all are considered civil rights violations which have done me immeasurable harm.


WNEP - Please Start Checking Backgrounds

Astro still maintains 8-10 people in the building that manages world wide operations. The current business was started in 1946 by Louis Alperin. The company began with one sewing plant employing fifty people. Shortly thereafter, Louis' three sons, Myer, Irwin and Joel Mitchell Alperin joined him in the business. James Alperin, son of Myer, joined the business in 1980. At the peak of its sewing contracting business, the enterprise known by its manufacturing facilities Mayflower Manufacturing, Triple A Trouser Manufacturing, and Gold Star Manufacturing employed over 700 associates in Scranton, PA. In 1993 the company began aggressively acquiring and entering into joint venture arrangements with apparel businesses that were producing portions of their products overseas. The company ended its USA based manufacturing in 2002. 

ASTRO Apparel, Inc is owned by James Alperin, has a staff of more than 40 individuals in its administrative headquarters and distribution center in Northeastern Pennsylvania. The sale and merchandising divisions employ sales staff located in New Jersey, New York City, Cincinnati, Detroit and Los Angeles and work with several independent sales representatives throughout the nations. ASTRO maintains production control facilities in the Dominican Republic and also directs the importation and manufacturing of tailored clothing, outerwear, men's dress and sportswear trousers, woven and knit shirts and school uniforms including pants, jumpers, and skirts from other major apparel manufacturing centers across the world. ASTRO sells apparel to a wide spectrum of retailers including discount, specialty and department stores. ASTRO's commitment to its customers is demonstrated by its ISO-9001:2008.

300 Brook St. Scranton PA, 18505.   (570) 346-1700


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Dennis Muracco 109 Clubhouse Ln, Scotts Township, PA 

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Equifax Breech - The Worst in History

This link will take you to the best explanation of the most disastrous planned and executed breech by the Principles of each LLC Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, My Identity, FICO, et al. American Express, Bank of America, Chase Bank, Jamie James Dimon, Discover Bank, Capital One, Slate, Hilton Honors, all LLC’s, private companies, individuals who have received either freely via purposely planned breech of documents, forged instruments, stolen documents, extortion, coercion, kidnapping and all applicable laws related to the actions of the above and all participants. Included individual in this organized crime in NE Pennsylvania, Dennis Muracco. Further, all Rico Statutes regarding to any law relating to the operation of on going crime. Thanks, I appreciate how you protect the data you are illegally possessing.




Tax preparer - Block Advisors - Clark’s Summit, PA


Frank on Fraud - Chase Bank - Jamie James Dimon



Personal Meeting with Dennis Muracco in Scranton at a private meeting disguised as a fundraiser.





    
 

This is the law, it must be fulfilled. You have damaged me and so in equal proportion you will be damaged according to subjugation.


Extortion in New York State

In New York, the crime of extortion or blackmail is typically referred to as coercion, and can be identified within the New York penal code as an offense against a person that includes some form of physical injury, sexual conduct, threat, restraint, or intimidation. Charges or blackmail or extortion can be made in New York when a person uses threats or force to push someone into committing an act, or offering up money and assets against their will. Blackmail and extortion are very serious crimes in the state of New York. Simply, the prosecuting party needs to prove that the accused had the intent, or indeed did use force or threat as a way of obtaining the money, property, or consent that they required. The victims of the extortion only gave consent, money, or property because of their fear after a threat was given or force was used. Most of the time, cases of blackmail or extortion involve very specific threats to people that push them to take action in some way. All of these threats can also extend to people that the victim cares about, such as a friend or family member, or people that the victim would be expected to feel responsible for. In New York, first-degree extortion or blackmail is seen as a class D felony which can be punishable by up to seven years in prison and a fine that is either $5,000 or double the amount the perpetrator gained by doing the crime in the first place.

New York State PENAL LAW 155.05(2)(E), 155.30(6) & 155.40(2)


Credit Card Theft - New York State

(1) THEFT BY TAKING OR RETAINING POSSESSION OF CARD TAKEN.—A person who takes a credit card from the person, possession, custody, or control of another without the cardholder’s consent or who, with knowledge that it has been so taken, receives the credit card with intent to use it, to sell it, or to transfer it to a person other than the issuer or the cardholder is guilty of credit card theft and is subject to the penalties set forth in s. 817.67(1). Taking a credit card without consent includes obtaining it by conduct defined or known as statutory larceny, common-law larceny by trespassory taking, common-law larceny by trick or embezzlement or obtaining property by false pretense, false promise or extortion. Either there is equity in subrogation or another manner of equitable harm much be dealt.


Coercion - New York State

A person is guilty of coercion in the first degree when he or she commits the crime of coercion in the second degree, and when: 1. He or she commits such crime by instilling in the victim a fear that he or she will cause physical injury to a person or cause damage to property;  or 2. He or she thereby compels or induces the victim to: (a) Commit or attempt to commit a felony;  or (b) Cause or attempt to cause physical injury to a person;  or (c) Violate his or her duty as a public servant. Coercion in the first degree is a class D felony.


Wiretapping - PA 

Wiretapping damages to person harmed, rough figure to date - Anyone whose communication has been unlawfully intercepted can recover actual damages in the amount of $100 per day of violation or $1,000, whichever is greater, and also can recover punitive damages litigation costs, and attorney fees. 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 572.

Dennis Muracco has admitted to 31 wiretapping crimes to date in PA, casual conversation with the reasonable privacy of all parties is included. In your knee jerk postings about me which I think is really cute for a fairy none the less must be paid. Watch Netflix expose' on the cheap furniture that is being brought in by your vendors.


Definition of Subrogation - Equity Must Be Served or taken in distributed harm you caused me

The substitution of one person in the place of another with reference to a lawful claim, demand, or right,
 so that he or she who is substituted succeeds to the rights of the other in relation to the debt or claim, and
 its rights, remedies, or Securities.
 There are two types of subrogation: legal and conventional. Legal subrogation arises by operation of law,
 whereas conventional subrogation is a result of a contract.
 The purpose of subrogation is to compel the ultimate payment of a debt by the party who, in Equity and
 good conscience, should pay it. This subrogation is an equitable device used to avoid injustice.
 Legal subrogation takes place as a matter of equity, with or without an agreement. The right of legal
 subrogation can be either modified or extinguished through a contractual agreement. It cannot be used to
 displace a contract agreed upon by the parties.Conventional subrogation arises when one individual
 satisfies the debt of another as a result of a contractual agreement that provides that any claims or liens
 that exist as security for the debt be kept alive for the benefit of the party who pays the debt. It is
 necessary that the agreement be supported by consideration; however, it does not have to be in writing
 and can be either express or implied.
 The facts of each case determine the issue of whether or not subrogation is applicable. In general, the
 remedy is broad enough to include every instance in which one party, who is not a mere volunteer, pays a
 debt for which a second party is primarily liable and which, in equity and good conscience, should have
 been discharged by the second party. Subrogation is a highly favored remedy that the courts are inclined
 to extend and apply liberally.
 The ordinary equity maxims are applicable to subrogation, which is not permitted when there is an
 adequate legal remedy. The plaintiff must come into court with clean hands, and the person who seeks
 equity must do equity. The remedy is not available when there are equal or superior equities in other
 individuals who are in opposition to the party seeking subrogation. The remedy is denied when the person
 seeking subrogation has interfered with the rights of others, committed Fraud, or been negligent.
 The right to subrogation accrues upon payment of the debt. The subrogee is generally entitled to all the
 creditor's rights, privileges, priorities, remedies, and judgments and is subject only to whatever limitations
 and conditions were binding on the creditor. He does not, however, have any more extensive rights than
 the creditor.
 West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights


New York State Blackmail and Extortion Law 

Blackmail and extortion are very serious crimes in the state of New York, but it can be very difficult for courts to show that extortion or blackmail actually took place when a complaint is made. The reason for this is that for a conviction of extortion or blackmail to be successful, the prosecuting party needs to prove that the accused had the intent, or indeed did use force or threat as a way of obtaining the money, property, or consent that they required. It’s also worth noting that the prosecutor in a New York blackmail or extortion case must also show that the victims of the extortion only gave consent, money, or property because of their fear after a threat was given or force was used. Importantly, if the victims in question were pushed to offer up money and assets for a variety of reasons, and only one of those reasons was the presence of extortion or blackmail, then the accused cannot be convicted with a great deal of success. Most of the time, cases of blackmail or extortion involve very specific threats to people that push them to take action in some way. These threats may include The threat to reveal information or secrets about the victim. The threat to accuse the victim of a crime that he or she did not commit The threat to cause damage or injury to the victim. What’s more, all of these threats can also extend to people that the victim cares about, such as a friend or family member, or people that the victim would be expected to feel responsible for. In New York, first-degree extortion or blackmail is seen as a class D felony which can be punishable by up to seven years in prison and a fine that is either $5,000 or double the amount the perpetrator gained by doing the crime in the first place. Second-degree extortion, on the other hand is only a class A misdemeanor, which is generally punished by a fine of up to $1,000 and the potential for one year in prison It’s important to note that in addition to the general imprisonment penalties and fines that are given to people convicted of blackmail or extortion in New York, these crimes may also be compounded by added charges such as extortion, racketeering, and kidnapping. Judges will also consider whether the case under scrutiny is an example of an organized crime activity.


Wiretapping Law in Pennsylvania

​In Pennsylvania, it is a felony of the third degree to intentionally intercept, endeavor to intercept, or get any other person to intercept any wire, electronic, or oral communication without the consent of all the parties. 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 5703(1).

Under the current statutory language, consent of all parties is required to tape a conversation. 18 Pa.Cons. Stat. § 5704. Consent is not required of any parties if the parties do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy for their non-electronic communication. 

Anyone whose communication has been unlawfully intercepted can recover actual damages in the amount of $100 per day of violation or $1,000, whichever is greater, and also can recover punitive damages litigation costs, and attorney fees. 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 572.


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BANK OF AMERICA PO BOX 982238 EL PASO TX, 79998 8004212110 - Brian Moynihan - CEO

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DISCOVER FIN SVCS LLC PO BOX 15316 WILMINGTON DE, 19850 8003472683 - David Nelms - CEO

SYNCB/LOWES PO BOX 965005 ORLANDO FL, 32896 8004441408 - Margaret Keane - CEO


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