Category: Tax Cases

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United States Senate on May 2019

Issue:  Eliminating anonymous shell corporations by collecting beneficial ownership information in order to preserve our national security and protect our people from harm.

I.

THE MERCHANT OF DEATH

A Russian arms dealer nicknamed the “The Merchant of Death,” who sold weapons to a terrorist organization intent on killing Americans. Executives from a supposed investment group that perpetrated a Ponzi scheme that defrauded more than 8,000 investors, most of them elderly, of over $1 billion. A complex nationwide criminal network that distributed oxycodone by flying young girls and other couriers carrying pills all over the United States. A New York company that wa

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U.S. INDIVIDUALS ALLEGED TAX CRIMINALS BY DENMARK Part III. SETTLEMENT REACHED WITH NORTH CHANNEL BANK In August of 2020, the North Channel Bank offered an unusual statement in their website addressing the indictment proceedings of the Kingdom of Denmark against North Channel Bank. Below are excerpt
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U.S. INDIVIDUALS ALLEGED TAX CRIMINALS BY DENMARK

Part II.

INDIVIDUALS AND COMPANIES IDENTIFIED.

As discussed in Part I. of this continuing Article, Denmark is vigorously looking for the 6 individuals who have allegedly defrauded the Government of Denmark of more than $2.1 billion via a dividend-tax scam.  Three of the 6 individuals are US citizens and as the year-long investigation continues, more individuals and entities will be named.  

The German lender, North Channel Bank, is now added to the list of those committing economic malfeasance and 3 of the above-mentioned individuals were/are owners of North Channel Bank.  Denmark continues to name their mastermind behind this scheme as the hedge fund f

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On April 13, 2021, the Danish State Prosecutor for Serious Economic and International Crime publicly named and charged 3 U.S. residents and 3 British residents with defrauding the Danish tax authorities of more than US$176 million in a sham trading scheme called “cum-ex” which is Latin meaning
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Health Care Consultant Pleads Guilty to Fraud and Tax Evasion

Sonja Emery, according to Court Records, used aliases and addresses including “Sonja Lee Robinson,” “Sonjalee Emery-Robinson,” and “Sonjalee Emery,” residing in Georgia, New Jersey, New York, and California.  From 2011 through 2018, Emery falsely represented her professional status, educational background, and work experience to secure and maintain highly paid consulting positions in the health-care industry.

She falsely claimed to have:

A nursing diploma from a school she never attended. She also falsely claimed to be a Registered Nurse licensed in New York, Georgia, Connecticut, and California Provided employers with licensure numbers that belonged to other people. In fact, she never was a Re
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Robert F. Smith Background and Non-Prosecution Agreement INTRODUCTION: Mr. Smith in 2020, at the age of 57, entered into a Non-Prosecution Agreement, NPA, with the IRS.   Let’s look at what I believe happened to Mr. Smith to cause his personal and professional life to intersect with potential
10.82 Expedited suspension (a) When applicable. Whenever the Commissioner, or delegate, determines that a practitioner is described in paragraph (b) of this section, the expedited procedures described in this section may be used to suspend the practitioner from practice before the Internal Rev

IRS warns people about a COVID-related text message scam

The IRS  is warning people to be aware of a new text message scam.

The thief’s goal is to trick people into revealing bank account information under the guise of receiving the $1,200 Economic Impact Payment.

Here’s how this scam works: People get a text message saying they have “received a direct deposit of $1,200 from COVID-19 TREAS FUND. Further action is required to accept this payment… Continue here to accept this payment …” The text includes a link to a phishing web address.

This fake link appears to come from a state agency or relief organization. It takes people to a fake website that looks like the IRS.gov Get My Payment website.  If people visit the fake website and enter thei