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ask kecia cole

Minneapolis, MN

#23 Jun 19, 2013
XMRS number one wrote:
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missing child support payments, wonder how the tax payers of minnesota feel about having to support four children food medical social services, lets ask the courts to look deeper into this persons history, you will not like what is out there.
she know all, check @ Living Word Christian Center. Their buddy Mac ( I don't pay taxes ) Hammond married these two love birds.

Edina mortgage broker was sentenced this week for his role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme that involved 57 properties, according to Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney’s office.

Derrick Ivan Lance, who was charged in July 2011 and pleaded guilty later that year, was sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison on one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. In addition to the prison term, his sentence includes three years of supervised release.
false tax returns

Minneapolis, MN

#24 Oct 10, 2013
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick on Thursday was sentenced to 28 years in prison after he was convicted in March of two dozen federal charges.

The charges include racketeering, extortion and the filing of false tax returns. He was accused of using the mayor's office to enrich himself and associates.

__________ 28 yrs
TERRY wrote:
WHERE IS JOE COLE ? HAS ANYONE SEEN OR HEARD FROM HIM ? THERE IS 55 MILLION MISSING AND HE IS THE PERSON THAT KNOWS WHERE OUR MONEY IS. PLEASE RELPY WITH UPDATES ON IPM.
jamica

Saint Paul, MN

#28 Aug 13, 2014
TERRY wrote:
WHERE IS JOE COLE ? HAS ANYONE SEEN OR HEARD FROM HIM ? THERE IS 55 MILLION MISSING AND HE IS THE PERSON THAT KNOWS WHERE OUR MONEY IS. PLEASE RELPY WITH UPDATES ON IPM.
he took the office and their families to jamica, also brought along dmw witch ! this had to upset kecia cole. follow the cash to jamica ?
local scam

Minneapolis, MN

#30 Sep 22, 2014
XMRS number one wrote:
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missing child support payments, wonder how the tax payers of minnesota feel about having to support four children food medical social services, lets ask the courts to look deeper into this persons history, you will not like what is out there.
The IRS will call, with many - many - many questions !
more info

Minneapolis, MN

#33 Jan 5, 2015
reed wrote:
yes we need to keep looking at all involved with him and his many llc's. they are not that intelligent and will get caught
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same scam different players - go get them !

http://www.kare11.com/story/news/local/2015/0...
tax audit

Minneapolis, MN

#34 Feb 9, 2015
there is always a paper trail, cole wallin manning ipm dmw properties

Madoff pleaded guilty in 2009 to running the largest, most damaging Ponzi scheme in history. He was sentenced to 150 years in prison. The 76-year-old is currently at a medium-security federal prison in Butner, N.C.
Last year, five of his former employees were sentenced to prison on a slew of charges related to the Ponzi scheme.

follow all of their partners:

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x ipmer wrote:
more fraud, just follow the dots
Two Chisago City residents pleaded guilty this week to fraudulently obtaining $1.8 million in mortgage loans in a scheme that involved 32 homes in Minnesota.
Chad Anderson, 38, and Troy Huston, 42, each face up to five years in prison for one count of conspiracy to commit mortgage fraud. The two were charged in April.
According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Minnesota, Anderson and Huston admitted that in 2006 and 2007, they brokered numerous fraudulent mortgage loans by submitting false loan applications to lenders. At the time, the two worked as loan officers at Prestige Mortgage, a mortgage brokerage company in White Bear Lake.
The two allegedly recruited relatives and friends to act as “straw buyers” and purchase properties at inflated prices. Anderson and Huston then distributed the excess loan funds among themselves, the straw buyers, and others involved in the scheme.
The scheme involved a total of 32 homes located in Otsego, Oak Grove, Elk River, St. Francis, Brooklyn Park, Isanti, St. Paul, Chisago City, Becker, Cambridge, Buffalo, Minneapolis, Zimmerman, and Albertville, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. All of the mortgage loans involved have gone into default, causing losses to the mortgage lenders that exceed $2.5 million—which, in addition to the loan amounts, includes expenses incurred by the lenders because of properties going into default.
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Thompson x 2

Minneapolis, MN

#35 Feb 26, 2015
Check rental connections.net listen to joe cole and his scams IRS is waiting back taxes
Living Word

Minneapolis, MN

#37 Mar 20, 2015
TERRY wrote:
WHERE IS JOE COLE ? HAS ANYONE SEEN OR HEARD FROM HIM ? THERE IS 55 MILLION MISSING AND HE IS THE PERSON THAT KNOWS WHERE OUR MONEY IS. PLEASE RELPY WITH UPDATES ON IPM.
http://www.watfordestates.net/ 70 years ?? LOL !!!

more cole wallin scams - called North Dakota AG's office

Our business was founded by Colleen Cole, and together our expert team brings 70 years experience in development, property management, marketing, affordable housing tax credits and business consulting to Watford Estates in Watford City, ND. We uphold the highest standards of excellence for all our rental properties, and have instituted policies that our residents must follow regarding cleanliness and the general condition of our RV park.

We are a proud member of the Watford City Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC), and the National Association of Manufactured Homes (NAMH). Cole was recognized as an award winning developer receiving MADACS awards for Best New Development Affordable Housing and MADACS for Resident Services and programs.
Mrs KJ

Saint Paul, MN

#41 Jun 10, 2015
TERRY wrote:
WHERE IS JOE COLE ? HAS ANYONE SEEN OR HEARD FROM HIM ? THERE IS 55 MILLION MISSING AND HE IS THE PERSON THAT KNOWS WHERE OUR MONEY IS. PLEASE RELPY WITH UPDATES ON IPM.
http://radaris.com/~Colleen-Wallin/235916249
honeymoon is over

Minneapolis, MN

#44 Jan 11, 2016
Thompson x 2 wrote:
Check rental connections.net listen to joe cole and his scams IRS is waiting back taxes
what happened to www.watfordestates.net ? Not to worry - they will show up in a llc to continue to scam.
ponzi scam

Minneapolis, MN

#45 Jan 27, 2016
WJC wrote:
you know they are ripping off someone somewhere that is his style.
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here you go cpwallin jacole = more of your type business

http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2016/01/25/jury...
JL Bells

Minneapolis, MN

#47 Apr 17, 2017
TERRY wrote:
WHERE IS JOE COLE ? HAS ANYONE SEEN OR HEARD FROM HIM ? THERE IS 55 MILLION MISSING AND HE IS THE PERSON THAT KNOWS WHERE OUR MONEY IS. PLEASE RELPY WITH UPDATES ON IPM.
Joseph Anthony Cole
Colleen Wallin Cole

New scams WATCH OUT!!

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.
JAC looks like

Minneapolis, MN

#48 Jun 20, 2017
ask kecia cole wrote:
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she know all, check @ Living Word Christian Center. Their buddy Mac ( I don't pay taxes ) Hammond married these two love birds.

Edina mortgage broker was sentenced this week for his role in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme that involved 57 properties, according to Minnesota’s U.S. Attorney’s office.

Derrick Ivan Lance, who was charged in July 2011 and pleaded guilty later that year, was sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison on one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. In addition to the prison term, his sentence includes three years of supervised release.
A west metro man was convicted of defrauding investors out of $2.1 million and using the money to buy vintage cars and an island on a Wright County lake. He had told them he was building housing for North Dakota oil workers.

After about 2 hours of deliberation, Ronald D. Johnson, 51, was found guilty by jurors in federal court in St. Paul of nine counts of wire fraud and one count of money laundering.

Johnson, of Corcoran,“saw the North Dakota oil boom as an opportunity to steal from people looking to invest in the Bakken,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph H. Thompson.“Under the guise of a fake company, Johnson defrauded investors, including a former girlfriend and his own church pastor.”

Richard Thornton, the FBI’s special agent in charge in Minneapolis, said that Johnson “stole millions to support his expensive hobbies and line his pockets.”

Messages were left Tuesday afternoon with Johnson’s attorney seeking reaction to the verdicts.

According to the prosecution:

The scheme stretched from 2012 to March 2016, during which Johnson approached potential investors about his idea to create and manage housing for oil workers in the Bakken in North Dakota and Montana.

His Indoor RV Parks would allow workers to avoid living in the typical barracks-style housing in favor of parking their recreational vehicles in a park and sharing amenities such as laundry facilities and vending machines.

Johnson received $2.1 million from four investors and used more than $1.8 million of it to finance his cattle farm, take vacations, buy several vintage Chevrolets and purchase an entire 17-acre island on Mink Lake in Maple Lake.

When last for sale, the island was listed for $109,000. The land was described in the listing as heavily wooded and included a 36- by 24-foot pavilion. Court records do not reveal the fate of the island, but cases such as these routinely require restitution to the victims.

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