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Dennis Muracco Ripoff Report 1
 

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Personal Meeting with Dennis Muracco in Scranton fundraiser - Dennis told him, “I’m going to have your job.”



Dennis Muracco was my Block Advisor, tax preparer, stole my identity, committed credit card fraud and perpetrated an enormous amount of harm and damage to me personally  If you recognize the building and know the owner, please ask him to make contact with me, it will do him no harm.

I found out Muracco's gypsy scam about two weeks in and stopped him. Amex blew it and it cascaded from there. I was damaged and harmed by the five banks and three reporting agencies for well over a year. I can back up everything up with documents. Fortunately, I did not lose that much. The banks, American Express Blue for Business, Bank of America, Chase Bank and a severe dislike of James Dimon, CEO of Chase, Discover Card, Synchrony/Capital One to to the best of my knowledge a 70,000 hit. The reporting agencies are responsible for damages as well. James Dimon also broke local and federal HIPPA Laws. In total by a signed subjugation proceeding, they owe me in excess of 11 million dollars. Stating from the policy, for harming me.
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Astro Apparel, Inc

https://www.astroapparel.com/management.html

300 Brook St.

Scranton, PA

The building is empty except for a staff who runs all Astro Apparel Divisions. The new Courtnie's Scam is just a boarded up old building when the economy flourished. Dennis Muracco has quite an imagination. I spoke to a representative of the building's single owner who is looking to sell the building, Dennis Muracco's perfect target. The realtor told me they had the property over a year ago. 

Warning, Dennis Muracco is lining up another person to steal from. Muracco's brain is fragmented and twisted, the why doesn’t matter anymore. Now, it’s me trying to warn people of his end game, I am an actor in a twisted scenario that is so nasty, everyone just knows I am lying. It is so fractured, it’s frustrating to see out of 253 bank reps and fraud people only 3 saw though him immediately and started a criminal case. I never heard from those three guys. They were probably fired the next day.

Banks are too busy perpetrating their own stealing from the government and I am the only one who seems to know what Dennis Muracco is planning next. FBI - help, I hate to tell you this because it puts me in the middle of everything. This guy has to he stopped. I already involved myself with the IRS, a horrible decision because it puts me in the jackpot, already having been threatened by Dennis Muracco to make me look like the problem.

He got away from stealing $600,000 bucks from the IRS, yet he still has a tax preparer's license, has two Block Advisor's location's and has put the principle's of that company facing a gaggle of felonies. The contingency law firm I have used in the past has 200 separate cases to present.

Dennis Muracco has his next target lined up. He walked away from the old building leaving that owner holding the bag. He will just let that LLC take the hit and lose nothing. What a creepy guy. One day some government agency will pierce the corporate veil and find one person responsible.

Warning to anyone involved or thinking of investing money in Dennis Muracco, please check him out. He is a Svengali of fraud, scams, using people, has not compunction of crossing any line. He is completely ruthless. I have done due diligence. I warned all banks, all credit reporting agencies and law enforcement.


    


Complaint Filed With USPS Against Dennis Muracco For Mail and Wire Fraud

Dennis Muracco is misrepresenting himself as owner of General Nutrition , Inc. He is using my address to fraud USPS for free stamps and shipping. Cease and Desist.

The proof lies completely in the USPS letter.


Mr D's Truck & Auto Detailing, 300 Brook St., Scranton, PA 18505 (570) 840-1392 - Olde Good Things300 Brook St, Scranton, PA 18505 (570) 341-6990

Astro Apparel Inc, 300 Brook St, Scranton, PA 18505 (570) 346-1700 - Kanye LLC,300 Brook St, Scranton, PA 18505 (570) 346-1700

Relator 

In 2011, Olde Good Things purchased the six-story Capital Records building between Cedar Avenue and the Lackawanna River. We repurposed the building into an amazing warehouse stocked beyond the imagination with furniture, architectural antiques, reclaimed mechanical items, industrial artifacts, hardware, lighting, and pretty much whatever the heart desires in architectural salvage. The warehouse at 300 Brook Street is shown by appointment only.


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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).


ATTN:FRAUD DEPARTMENT,
Block Advisors

There are several fraudulent card charges on several of the my cards, not authorized and reported to Chase Bank. The same type of random charges appear on two Bank of America cards  paying Block Advisors and H&R Block. It looks like payments on a loan that Dennis Muracco may have with you. The payment is always the same. L


(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.


All Entities Were Required to Report “A Suspicious Act” with my First Call - Failure to do so which in over a year you have all failed to do is the time when it is a federal crime

“A Bank has the Fiduciary responsibility to report to a “law enforcement agency,” a suspicious act. This is not a state or federal law but when it isn’t done, in this case, one year ago, it becomes a federal crime. This is a Homeland Security issue and they will deal with that part. Look at it as not reporting a $5000. cash transaction that an individual just finished in your bank before making that person sign all federal paperwork. I hope every one involved understands this, if you don’t, just think about it for a few minutes. I have done my due diligence.




ATTN: Block Advisors H&R Block - Corporate Headquarters Kansas City
Title: Section § 1.6107-1 - Income tax return preparer must furnish copy of return to taxpayer and must retain a copy or record.
Context:  Title 26 - Internal Revenue. CHAPTER I - INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (CONTINUED). SUBCHAPTER A - INCOME TAX (CONTINUED). PART 1 - INCOME TAXES.  - Miscellaneous Provisions. 
  § 1.6107-1
    Income tax return preparer must furnish copy of return to taxpayer and must retain a copy or record.
    (a) Furnishing copy to taxpayer. The person who is an income tax return preparer of any return of tax under subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 or claim for refund of tax under subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 shall furnish a completed copy of the original return or claim for refund to the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity) not later than the time the original return or claim for refund is presented for the signature of the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity). The preparer may, if it wishes request a receipt or other evidence from the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity) sufficient to show satisfaction of the requirement of this paragraph (a). (b) Copy or record to be retained. The person who is an income tax return preparer of any return or claim for refund shall: (1)(i) Retain a completed copy of the return or claim for refund; or
    (ii) Retain a record, by list, card file, or otherwise of the name, taxpayer identification number, and taxable year of the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity) for whom the return or claim for refund was prepared and the type of return of claim for refund prepared;
    (2) Retain a record, by retention of a copy of the return or claim for refund, maintenance of a list or card file, or otherwise, for each return or claim for refund presented to the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity) of the name of the individual preparer required to sign the return or claim for refund pursuant to § 1.6695-1(b); and  (3) Make the copy or record of returns and claims for refund and record of the individuals required to sign available for inspection upon request by the district director. The material described in this paragraph (b) shall be retained and kept available for inspection for the 3-year period following the close of the return period during which the return or claim for refund was presented for signature to the taxpayer (or nontaxable entity). However, in the case of a return which becomes due (with extensions, if any) during a return period following the return period during which the return was presented for signature, the material shall be retained and kept available for inspection or the 3-year period following the close of the later return period in which the return became due. For the definition of “return period” see section 6060(c). If the person subject to the record retention requirement of this paragraph (b) is a corporation or a partnership which is dissolved before completion of the 3-year period, then all persons who under state law are responsible for the winding up of the affairs of the corporation or partnership shall be subject, on behalf of the corporation or partnership, to these record retention requirements until completion of the 3-year period. If state law does not specify any person or persons as responsible for winding up, then, collectively, the directors or general partners shall be subject, on behalf of the corporation or partnership, to the record retention requirements of this paragraph (b). For purposes of the penalty imposed by section 6695(d), such designated persons shall be deemed to be the income tax return preparer and will be jointly and severally liable for each failure.  (c) Preparer. For the definition of “income tax return preparer”, see section 7701(a)(36) and § 3071.7701-15. For purposes of applying this section, in the case of:
    (1) An employment arrangement between two or more income tax return preparers, the person who employs (or engages) one or more other preparers to prepare for compensation any return or claim for refund other than for the person shall be considered to be the sole income tax return preparer; and  (2) A partnership arrangement for the preparation of returns and claims for refund, the partnership shall be considered to be the sole income tax return preparer.
     (d) Penalties. (1) For the civil penalty for failure to furnish a copy of the return or claim for refund to the taxpayers (or nontaxable entity) as required under paragraphs (a) and (c) of this section, see section 6695(a) and § 1.6695-(a).
    (2) For the civil penalty for failure to retain a copy of the return or claim for refund, or to retain a record as required under paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, see section 6695(d) and § 1.6695-1(d).
    (Sec. 6060(b), Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (90 Stat. 1691, (26 U.S.C. 6060(b))); sec. 7805, Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (68A Stat. 917, (26 U.S.C. 7805))
    [T.D. 7519, 42 FR 59967, Nov. 23, 1977, as amended by T.D. 7640, 44 FR 49452, Aug. 23, 1979; T.D. 7948, 49 FR 8601, Mar. 8, 1984]


ALL

I must advise you to bear in mind you are not law makers or law enforcement.  All you have are rules and regulations written by each entity. Unless Congress is working for you, there is no binding law you can write or enforce.  You have broken federal HIPPA LAWS, ID’d by law enforcement, Medicaid and Adult Protective Services, federal and state multiple felonies.The volume of paperwork is immense and impossible to distribute in a rapid fashion. The term “I” means a collective group who disbanded after 2017. These volunteers will be called “I.” These people are anonymous as a news service and will never be revealed.


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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.


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.


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.


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
Thursday, May 2, 2013 
Dunmore Tax Return Preparer Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion

     The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Dominick J. Muracco, Jr., age 60, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, pled guilty in federal court in Wilkes-Barre before Senior U.S. District Judge A. Richard Caputo to attempted income tax evasion regarding his 2008 federal income tax return. Sentencing was scheduled for August 15, 2013.

     According to United States Attorney Peter J. Smith, Muracco previously operated a business in Dunmore, Pennsylvania known as Automated Payroll and Tax Service (“APTS”) which prepared tax returns and represented taxpayers before the IRS. Muracco admitted today that he filed a false income tax return for 2008 which omitted over $125,000 in taxable income and over $31,000 in tax. Muracco also admitted that for the years 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, he under-reported his income by over $276,000 and his tax by over $63,000. The unreported income came primarily from fees that Muracco charged APTS clients for tax program services.

This was done by Dennis Muracco without the knowledge of dad.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Dunmore Tax Return Preparer Sentenced For Tax Evasion

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that Dominick J. Muracco, Jr., age 60, of Scranton, Pennsylvania, was sentenced in federal court today before Senior U.S. District Judge A. Richard Caputo for attempted income tax evasion regarding his 2008 federal income tax return. Muracco was sentenced to two months imprisonment, four months of home confinement and one year of supervised release. Full restitution was made prior to sentencing.

     According to United States Attorney Peter J. Smith, Muracco previously operated a business in Dunmore, Pennsylvania known as Automated Payroll and Tax Service (“APTS”) which prepared tax returns and represented taxpayers before the IRS. Muracco admitted that he filed a false personal income tax return for 2008 which omitted over $125,000 in taxable income and over $31,000 in tax. Muracco also admitted that for the years 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, he under-reported his income by over $276,000 and his tax by over $63,000. The unreported income came primarily from fees that Muracco charged APTS clients for tax program services.

     The case was investigated by the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS and was prosecuted by Senior Litigation Counsel Bruce Brandler.


Chase Bank, Jamie Dimon CEO


AMEX PO BOX 297871 FORT LAUDERDALE FL, 33329 8008742717 - Stephen Squeri - CEO

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

CAPITAL-ONE PO BOX 30253 SALT LAKE CITY UT, 84130 8009471000 - Richard Fairbanks - CEO

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 - CE


​​​If the profiles don’t fit you must quit.

Profile 1: One is conservative, living within my means, debts paid on time, never missed, never late, often early, no interest ever paid, as per Equifax, for 28 years which continues to present, on all cards that are mine, with a 2018 former 850 FICO score.

Profile 2: Owned by Dominic Muracco are credit cards used fraudulently, including identity theft, extortion, fraud, threatening a person with an illegal hand gun, and even by a second one he said he had just purchased, a Glock .380. Since I never saw the hand gun, it is here say. He felt that although a fortune was made by him over the past year his bi-polar, narcissistic mind kept telling him his thievery was totally my fault. In addition, one back, used the same exact words. 

I found you made cash withdrawals in the amount of $7000. on that last day. Canceled card, account closed, hard credit line top, three challenge questions, four digit pin, you raised card limit $10,000. on a closed account, under persona non grata. I found that banks do not care if there is fraud or a lost/stolen card. Why would I say something as outrageous as that? You would think that even though actuaries include all monies lost on every imaginable way of stealing by credit card fraud which are included in their next accurate, incredibly accurate, one year in advance, on what losses would be, yet, they don't want to stop this behavioral problem.


Wiretapping

​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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(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.


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