IPM & Joe Cole
greed

Saint Paul, MN

#43 Mar 19, 2013
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
Why people can not tell the truth ? Their own GREED.

they ALWAYS get caught.

A Rochester man has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for swindling $11 million from investors in his company, the U.S. Attorney's Office said.

Jason Michael Meyer, 35, was sentenced Monday on one count of wire fraud and one count of money laundering, the government said in a news release.

Meyer started his investment company, 3 Hooligans Investment Properties, in 2007 and promised clients "significant and rapid returns for their investments with little or no risk," according to prosecutors.
x ipmer

Saint Paul, MN

#44 Apr 10, 2013
cole, abbott, thompsons, wallin, and all their business partners, under the TAX radar.

Tax crimes usually involve repeated violations over time, rather than an isolated event or single occurrence. While there is no single element to watch for, certain behavior or patterns may indicate someone is committing tax fraud or evading taxes.

For example, it’s common for a tax evader to spend a lot more money than is typical for someone in their occupation. It’s often unclear where the additional funds for this spending could be coming from. Other possible signs that someone may be evading taxes include:

They use cash extensively and/or suddenly increase their spending, possibly on luxury items or collectibles.
They conceal financial or personal assets, or ask others to help them do so.
They don’t file state income tax returns, or falsely claim to be a resident of another state.
They don’t report all of their income, claim more dependents than they actually have, or make false or fraudulent claims for refunds.
Their business has weak financial controls, poorly maintained or missing records.
They micromanage their business’s books or accounts, and refuse to delegate financial or accounting responsibilities to employees.
They repeatedly open and close new businesses, or maintain a separate set of books that understates income (or overstates expenses) of their business.

report, report, report.
beri wrote:
Incorporated by Colleen Wallin, Linda McNew, Renee Manning, Multiconcepts, Inc is located at 8401 73rd Ave N Ste E21 Minneapolis, MN 55428. Multiconcepts, Inc was incorporated on Wednesday, April 24, 2002 in the State of FL and is currently not active. C T Corporation System represents Multiconcepts, Inc as their registered agent.
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anonymous

Hopkins, MN

#45 Apr 10, 2013
report real estate fraud wrote:
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we have been following
ipm
dmw properties
joseph anthony cole
colleen pearl wallin cole
any informantion please contact, this has become a high priority.
Joe Cole showed us a property off of 635 Filmore st in ne Minneapolis. He took $80 for application fees and said we were approved and then never heard from him again. What a crook!
tax evasion

Saint Paul, MN

#46 Apr 26, 2013
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
cole wallin are on a short list with irs

Last year, Michael Krzyzaniak was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for orchestrating investment scams that together bilked at least $20 million from investors.

Now, he faces up to an additional five years for fleeing prison.

Krzyzaniak was one of two inmates who fled a minimum-security federal prison camp near Duluth late last month. Krzyzaniak and Gerald Greenfield, who was convicted for money laundering, spent six days on the run before being apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Service at a hotel in Burnsville.

Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney’s Office said Wednesday that Krzyzaniak has now been indicted on one count of escape from custody. If convicted, he faces up to five years in prison—which may be tacked on to the sentence he is already serving.

Krzyzaniak was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison in February 2012 on one count of wire fraud and one count of income tax evasion.
called to report this

Saint Paul, MN

#47 Apr 26, 2013
anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Joe Cole showed us a property off of 635 Filmore st in ne Minneapolis. He took $80 for application fees and said we were approved and then never heard from him again. What a crook!
Thanks, keep the heat on these people.
tax cheats never change

Saint Paul, MN

#48 May 20, 2013
kec jo wrote:
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yes all of their friends are on the list
Most outrageous tax cheats

From a restaurant owner who hid cash receipts in "seasoned octopus" boxes to a self-proclaimed governor of Alabama who buried gold coins in his yard, here are some of the wildest tax fraud investigations the IRS has undertaken in the past year.
can you say AUDIT

Saint Paul, MN

#49 May 20, 2013
An audit brings all business partners into the mix, amazing what the IRS has on his BUSINESS partners, all of them.

How to Recognize Tax Evasion or Fraud
Tax crimes usually involve repeated violations over time, rather than an isolated event or single occurrence. While there is no single element to watch for, certain behavior or patterns may indicate someone is committing tax fraud or evading taxes.

For example, it’s common for a tax evader to spend a lot more money than is typical for someone in their occupation. It’s often unclear where the additional funds for this spending could be coming from. Other possible signs that someone may be evading taxes include:

They use cash extensively and/or suddenly increase their spending, possibly on luxury items or collectibles.
They conceal financial or personal assets, or ask others to help them do so.
They don’t file state income tax returns, or falsely claim to be a resident of another state.
They don’t report all of their income, claim more dependents than they actually have, or make false or fraudulent claims for refunds.
Their business has weak financial controls, poorly maintained or missing records.
They micromanage their business’s books or accounts, and refuse to delegate financial or accounting responsibilities to employees.
They repeatedly open and close new businesses, or maintain a separate set of books that understates income (or overstates expenses) of their business.
criminal history

Minneapolis, MN

#50 May 22, 2013
anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Joe Cole showed us a property off of 635 Filmore st in ne Minneapolis. He took $80 for application fees and said we were approved and then never heard from him again. What a crook!
the criminal history always shows their true DNA.

Barclays Bank was on the verge of giving James Fry and business partner Frank Vennes a $150 million line of credit to invest with Tom Petters when the bank learned of Vennes’ criminal background and brought the transaction to a screeching halt, a Barclays official testified at Fry’s trial Tuesday.

“I was taken aback,” testified Barclays Capital director Andrew Shuster as he recalled being informed by Vennes of his late 1980s conviction on charges of money laundering and drug sales.“I don’t often get calls like that. I was shocked. I thanked him and told him I would get back to him.”

“We terminated discussions of the transaction shortly after that,” Shuster testified about the 1999 conversation.“I told him we could not go forward due to his background.”

Shuster’s testimony is part of the government’s attempt to demonstrate that Vennes’ criminal past was toxic when it came to getting funds from conventional sources and that Fry, as a result, started to hide Vennes’ presence and his past from prospective investors.

Fry, the former manager of Arrowhead Capital Management, is on trial, accused of 12 counts of wire and securities fraud and of making false statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
criminal history

Minneapolis, MN

#51 May 22, 2013
anonymous wrote:
<quoted text> Joe Cole showed us a property off of 635 Filmore st in ne Minneapolis. He took $80 for application fees and said we were approved and then never heard from him again. What a crook!
he lost his real estate license, will report to authorities.
all business dealings

Minneapolis, MN

#52 Jun 4, 2013
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
here is one of his business partners ( TJ Waconia )

connect the dots on ALL of his business dealings

Robert Leo Rick, a 52-year-old White Bear Lake resident and former real estate agent, was sentenced on Wednesday to three years in prison for a $7 million mortgage fraud scheme involving 102 residential properties, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Minnesota. His sentence was handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Susan Richard Nelson.

Rick was indicted in December 2011 and pleaded guilty in January 2012 to one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

In the plea agreement, Rick admitted that between 2005 and 2007, while employed with Rick’s Realty, he assisted builders and developers in securing investors to purchase multiple residential properties, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The investors then received undisclosed kickbacks from mortgage loan proceeds.

To generate funds for the kickbacks, the builders and developers sold the properties at reduced prices; meanwhile, appraisers valued the homes at inflated prices and mortgage lenders approved mortgage loans based on those inflated prices. The difference between the true, reduced prices and the inflated prices was given to investors in the form of kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, which said that Rick was aware of the scheme taking place.

Through the scheme, Rick assisted builders and developers, including the former Roseville-based real estate company TJ Waconia, in selling 102 residential properties with mortgage loans totaling roughly $26 million. Rick also acted as property purchaser, either directly or by using his then-wife’s name, for at least eight of the properties and received approximately $397,000 in purchaser kickbacks, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Rick also admitted to using U.S. mail, interstate wire communication, and commercial carrier services to deliver information to investors.
Great news

Saint Paul, MN

#54 Jun 24, 2013
46 pick up wrote:
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stop by and have a conversation with joseph a cole and colleen p wallin cole at:
4317 Flag Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55428
Bankruptcy judge rules Tom Petters clawbacks can go back as far as 1995
the truth being told

Minneapolis, MN

#56 Oct 2, 2013
Whistleblower awarded $14 million - SEC's largest ever

It pays to tell the truth - trust me, it pays.

__________
x ipmer wrote:
cole, abbott, thompsons, wallin, and all their business partners, under the TAX radar.
Tax crimes usually involve repeated violations over time, rather than an isolated event or single occurrence. While there is no single element to watch for, certain behavior or patterns may indicate someone is committing tax fraud or evading taxes.
For example, it’s common for a tax evader to spend a lot more money than is typical for someone in their occupation. It’s often unclear where the additional funds for this spending could be coming from. Other possible signs that someone may be evading taxes include:
They use cash extensively and/or suddenly increase their spending, possibly on luxury items or collectibles.
They conceal financial or personal assets, or ask others to help them do so.
They don’t file state income tax returns, or falsely claim to be a resident of another state.
They don’t report all of their income, claim more dependents than they actually have, or make false or fraudulent claims for refunds.
Their business has weak financial controls, poorly maintained or missing records.
They micromanage their business’s books or accounts, and refuse to delegate financial or accounting responsibilities to employees.
They repeatedly open and close new businesses, or maintain a separate set of books that understates income (or overstates expenses) of their business.
report, report, report.
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securities fraud PLP

Minneapolis, MN

#57 Oct 9, 2013
Hedge fund manager James Fry, whose financial ties to former Wayzata businessman Tom Petters led to a 12-count criminal conviction in June, is scheduled to be sentenced in St. Paul today at 1:30 p.m.

Federal prosecutors have asked U.S. District Judge Richard Kyle to impose a 25-year prison sentence on Fry. Defense attorneys contend a sentence of something less than six years is more appropriate for Fry.

He was found guilty by a jury of fraud and making false statements to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Fry contends that he never knew Petters was engaged in fraudulent activity.

Fry’s investors lost $120 million when the $3.65 billion Ponzi scheme engineered by Petters and associates collapsed in September 2008.
x ipmer wrote:
cole, abbott, thompsons, wallin, and all their business partners, under the TAX radar.
Tax crimes usually involve repeated violations over time, rather than an isolated event or single occurrence. While there is no single element to watch for, certain behavior or patterns may indicate someone is committing tax fraud or evading taxes.
For example, it’s common for a tax evader to spend a lot more money than is typical for someone in their occupation. It’s often unclear where the additional funds for this spending could be coming from. Other possible signs that someone may be evading taxes include:
They use cash extensively and/or suddenly increase their spending, possibly on luxury items or collectibles.
They conceal financial or personal assets, or ask others to help them do so.
They don’t file state income tax returns, or falsely claim to be a resident of another state.
They don’t report all of their income, claim more dependents than they actually have, or make false or fraudulent claims for refunds.
Their business has weak financial controls, poorly maintained or missing records.
They micromanage their business’s books or accounts, and refuse to delegate financial or accounting responsibilities to employees.
They repeatedly open and close new businesses, or maintain a separate set of books that understates income (or overstates expenses) of their business.
report, report, report.
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5 wifes

Minneapolis, MN

#58 Oct 17, 2013
Disgraced Minnesota auto mogul Denny Hecker’s ex-wife Tamitha has agreed to settle for a fraction of what she had sought from her jailed ex-husband, the Pioneer Press reports.

Hecker’s fourth wife had sought $15 million as part of her divorce settlement, citing their prenuptial agreement, although her former husband disputed the claim, the newspaper reports. The deal is subject to approval by a bankruptcy judge.

The two were married 15 years but divorced in 2009, not long after Hecker filed for personal bankruptcy, with creditors saying he owed $767 million.

Hecker has also had divorce settlement disputes with his second wife, Sandra. The former multi-millionaire went to jail in 2010 over $5,000 he owed her.

Hecker, 61, is now serving a 10-year sentence for bankruptcy fraud and for lying to creditors stemming from his former Twin Cities auto empire.

Hecker has been moved from prison to prison – he landed at his ninth facility in 14 months in April, a minimum-security prison in Littleton, Colo.

Hecker married his fifth wife, Christi Rowan-Hecker, via phone in February 2011 while he was incarcerated, She told WCCO that the two were made for each other.
x ipmer wrote:
cole, abbott, thompsons, wallin, and all their business partners, under the TAX radar.
Tax crimes usually involve repeated violations over time, rather than an isolated event or single occurrence. While there is no single element to watch for, certain behavior or patterns may indicate someone is committing tax fraud or evading taxes.
For example, it’s common for a tax evader to spend a lot more money than is typical for someone in their occupation. It’s often unclear where the additional funds for this spending could be coming from. Other possible signs that someone may be evading taxes include:
They use cash extensively and/or suddenly increase their spending, possibly on luxury items or collectibles.
They conceal financial or personal assets, or ask others to help them do so.
They don’t file state income tax returns, or falsely claim to be a resident of another state.
They don’t report all of their income, claim more dependents than they actually have, or make false or fraudulent claims for refunds.
Their business has weak financial controls, poorly maintained or missing records.
They micromanage their business’s books or accounts, and refuse to delegate financial or accounting responsibilities to employees.
They repeatedly open and close new businesses, or maintain a separate set of books that understates income (or overstates expenses) of their business.
report, report, report.
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turn in criminals

Minneapolis, MN

#59 Nov 5, 2013
the irs, criminal division is very interested in the activities of attached.

all the tips have created a new intrest.

Colleen Wallin, who is listed as the President of DMW Properties (the "W" in DMW), refused to respond to communications and her company has taken money from a friend's rental properties.
According to the Minnesota Department of Commerce website, www.commerce.state.mn.us/ , the Department of Commerce regulates licenses held by real estate companies such as DMW Properties and Colleen Wallin. DMW Properties and Colleen Wallin both hold licenses from the Minnesota Department of Commerce according to the website's license search tool. A complaint can be filed online using the form on the website or by mail to: Minnesota Department of Commerce, Market Assurance Division, 85 7th Place East, Suite 600, St. Paul, MN 55101. The website also states that complaints may be sent by: "E-mailing the Division at [email protected] or Call the Market Assurance Division of the Department of Commerce" at six five one, two nine six, two four eight eight or toll free 800 six five seven, three six zero two. Calls are accepted from 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM." Finally, the website states that it can initiate administrative disciplinary action against an agent's license if he or she has engaged in a violation of law.
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
mrs x has info

Minneapolis, MN

#60 Nov 5, 2013
Wallins daughter Jennah Tatur talks alot on her myspace google. Go to google and type in daughters name. Unreal...this little girl has a brand new home with her live in mark and Wallin had the nerve to steal a married man and cause his wife and four kids to loose their home and so much more. Wallin wrecked a family of 20+ years while Joe Cole went along with her deception and lies,all for the LOVE of money. While they continue to travel and steal and lie and her daughter has a brand new home. Somethings real off here Wallin. Shame on you.- you will pay a high price and so will your kids and that so called live in fiance Joe Cole. If Joe Cole, really is living for God as he says, he would immediately live homeless in a car alone and truly know God, then live in sin with a horemonger like he continues to do. No father would do what he has done to his kids and wife, I have heard and seen what he has done to them, plus some of his own siblings and many friends and investors that adored Joe Cole at one time, it is truly evil for Joe Cole to sell out his own nice family that he really needed for a deal with Wallin and the greed of money and leave his family in a mess with poverty money he doesn't even care to honor. I have been told that if his children ask for little money for a bike or new tennis shoes, Joe Cole just rips them apart and doesn't send money for the basics. Joe seems to act like the family he had is not his problem and he owes them nothing, they were part of his past. The old Joe Cole was a giver and generous mand, but the Joe who lives with Wallin is evil and selfish. He continues to hurt the family he had, so why would he make things rigth with investors and friends he hurt. Plus Joe Cole has lied to the courts and lawyers saying he has no money, so he doesn't even take care of the kids he abandoned for his deal with Wallin. Life or death, what are you people choosing?? The wages of sin is death - continuing to hurt people and children, God will not allow. Your time is short, God is love, but his wrath is soon to come upon such evil people. May God have mercy on your souls. Hell is a real place and you don't want to go there. It is not to late for you to turn from your wicked ways and make things right with those you continue to hurt and deceive. So sad Wallin and Joe what you have done and continue to do.......Please stop hurting innocent people and children. How can you sleep at night doing such deception to innocent people, plus continue to live in sin with one another in front of the world and Joe Cole I guess the terrible example you are setting for the children that once called you daddy. How can Wallin do this to the young children of the man she says she loves??????? This is not love for people or children and caring to help them. Wallin and Joe are just selfish, greedy people who are paying a price of gaining the whole world, but may lose their souls...Where will they spend eternity????
criminal history wrote:
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he lost his real estate license, will report to authorities.
follow scams

Minneapolis, MN

#61 Nov 5, 2013
crime prevention wrote:
he lives in ham lake, should not be hard to locate address
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Google his name.....As of 2012, He is back in Florida selling Real Estate for Keller Williams!! Don't they do any background checks? He is also on Utube under hayguys.com . selling hay for horses!!
Chicago

Minneapolis, MN

#62 Nov 13, 2013
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
here is one of their many partners, watch all involved.

http://chicago.blockshopper.com/property/19-0...
st pauls research it

Saint Paul, MN

#63 Dec 18, 2013
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
guilty as charged, now on to the other so called partners in crime.
6. The Respondents have offered for sale unregistered securities in violation
of Minn. Stat.§ 80A.08 (2006).12
7. By failing to return the invested monies, the Respondents violated Minn.
Stat.§ 82.41, subd. 13(11)(2006).13
8. By promising a return on the purchase of real estate, the Respondents
violated Minn. Stat.§ 82.41, subd. 11 (2006).14
9. The Respondents have engaged in a fraudulent, deceptive or dishonest
practice in violation of Minn. Stat.§ 82.35, subd. 1(b)(2006).15
10. The Respondents have demonstrated untrustworthiness and financial
irresponsibility in violation of Minn. Stat.§ 82.35, subd. 1(f)(2006).16
11. The Respondents have made material misrepresentations in violation of
Minn. Stat.§ 82.41, subd. 13(9)(2006).17
12. The Respondents have made false or misleading statements in violation
of Minn. Stat.§ 82.41, subd. 13(10)(2006).18
what child support

Minneapolis, MN

#65 Apr 7, 2014
St Mark wrote:
Where is this Guy and is He Being Indicted For Mortgage Fraud
http://www.commerce.state.mn.us/consent/30438...

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