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KENNETH V GOMEZ NEUROTIC FIXATION FOR JIM COURI

Kenneth V Gomez Esq has been accused by persons he has extorted as a ‘stalker’, ‘a ass-hole’, a ‘extortionist’, ‘a thief’, ‘a lewed dishonest thug’ and much more.

Gomez is a hired pimp who has been recruited by disgraced Dr John Siebert, a proved sex pervert and healthcare insurance thief, and recruited by Mob-front, perjurer, and tax thief George Pavia.

Gomez is so obsessed and fixated on Jim Couri because Jim has not only uncovered the crimes of Pavia and Siebert but he exhumed the neuroses of Kenneth V Gomez as well.

Jim exposed that Gomez is also a sexual deviant as reported by Ms Rachel, and Muriel Karass who swear that Gomez has stalked them, harassed them and exposed himself to Ms Rachel.

Gomez has also been exposed as a perjurer, a thief of Medicare funds, and exposed as a rampant Internet liar and perjurer.

Kenneth Gomez sells out to any one where Gomez can use his ‘poison-pen’ to malign and defraud for a few bucks as shake-down money.

Gomez is clearly a demented vile sociopath.A man without a home or conscience. Gomez makes his supposed office in a closet of fellow corrupt Joseph M Burke’s Russo and Burke Esqs office, also a group who are known Courthouse manipulators and who have represented Dr John Siebert while Siebert has been Ejected out of 4 NYC Hospitals and evicted from % medical offices, for demented perverted sexual molestings of Siebert’s Patients.

Kenneth V Gomez has displayed mental and psychological lunacy by for over 4 years of harassing, extorting and Blogging about Jim Couri.

Gomez is the only person maligning Jim who Gomez claims is ‘broke, dying of cancer, is a crook, and worse’. Yet Gomes doesent even know Jim Couri.

Gomez apparent preoccupation with Jim is soly motivated as retaliation by Gomez’s Sponsors, thieves Pavia and Siebert, and because of Gomez’s self obsessions, fixations, phobias, and jealous infatuation with Jim and Jim’s inate abilities to uncover, exhume and cause to expose Gomez’s and pals demented monstrous and wicked acts of extortion, harassing, abusing and threatening.

Scams Inc has Reported and Posted a plethora of Proof of Gomez’s perverted and criminal acts, all undenied by Gomez.

Gomez on his ‘lone-ranger’ Soap-Box has continued his demented fixations about Jim Couri with doctored forged exhibits, lies and misrepresentations.

Gomez has meddled into the affairs of his targets, by stalking, faxing, posting frauds on his Blogs, extorting and worse.

Scams Inc is very interested in Gomez’s phobias, infatuation, obsession, preoccupation and fixation into Jim Couri and other victims of Gomez—– as Gomez’s acts are not normal and they are clearly sick and demented —-ARE GOMEZ ACTIVITIES THE ACTIONS OF DEMENTED SICK OBSESSION OR THE ACTS OF A SOCIOPATH?——-stay tuned

KENNETH V GOMEZ AND GEORGE PAVIA VENDETTA AGAINST JIM COURI SPAWNED FROM JIM’S EXPOSING THE BRIBERY, MONEY LAUNDERING, FORGERY, MEDICARE THEFTS AND TAX EVASION THESE IMMORAL CRIMINALS HAVE BEEN ENGAGED IN FOR YEARS

George M Pavia a self-confessed former Facist and run-away from Italy in 1942 for we are told ‘treason’, has been engaged in Mafia activities, tax evasion, bribery, extortion, threats, corruption, perjury and money laundering for years.

George Pavia’s former wife (Elena) and Mental Doctor (Arnold Hutchneicker have branded George a mentally deranged sociopath, suffering from elitist dillusions of grandeur, and psycopathic tendencies.

George has bee caught wandering the hallways of his brownstone in a bathrobe with his genital exposed, and engaging in threats and abuses of former tennants Rosenberg and others.

George Pavia in his desperation has engaged in tax evasion, bribery in NY Courts, tampering and collusion.

Yes, Scams Inc has the ‘Goods’ on George, Antonia and his co-conspirators, Thug Kenneth V Gomez Esq all undenied. Thefts from the IRS, Medicare, NY State Department of Taxation and Finance, and corrupting Judges and Referees in the NY Unified Courts.

RICO charges will be coming soon we hear—-stay tuned

KENNETH V GOMEZ ESQ, GEORGE PAVIA ESQ, DR JOHN SIEBERT ENGAGE IN A $30 MILLION TAX SCAM

Kenneth V Gomez Esq aiding Mafia Front Lawyer George Pavia of Pavia & Harcourt Esqs, engage in a scheme of fraud and tax evasion.

George Pavia looted his senile mother-in-laws property on East 77th Street, NYC for himself and his wife Antonia. Wit the aid of Gomez Pavias filed phony and false Deed Transfirs to Pavias without paying any Federal or State Gift Taxes. The Pavia theft from Mother-in-law Mrs Pierce exceeded $10million. The Pavias obtained unjust enrichments and by criminality aided by Gomez avoided millions in Federal, State and NYC Taxes.

Dr John Siebert likewise looted the IRS by filing over 7 years of bogus PC and individual tax returns and failing to file all of Siebert’s Theft Income for money Siebert stole from Mrs C Zimmerman, Ben Ossman, Bayberry Capital Corp, Jim Couri, Richard Jacobs and numerous Banks.

The Siebert tax scam was aided by Kenneth V Gomez Esq and Joseph M Burke Esqs and Russo & Burke.

Siebert and Pavia are also under scrutiny for bribery, extortion, Medicare and Medicaid thefts and other Insurance conversions and thefts—stay tuned

KENNETH V GOMEZ ESQ IN HIS DESPERATION TO COVER-UP HIS FRAUD COLLUSSION, BRIBERY, AND EXTORTION NOW TARGETS JIM COURI YET AGAIN IN A CASE BROUGHT BY JIM’S DAUGHTER AGAINST THE TRUSTEE TO A TRUST CREATED BY JIM HIMSELF FOR LYDIA (ALEX) COURI. GOMEZ , SIEBERT AND BURKE ARE AT IT AGAIN–THE DEFENDANTS IN THE CASE BROUGHT BY ALEX COURI ARE LAWYERS MC LAUGHLIN STERN AND PAUL ROBBINS ESQ NOT JIM COURI

Kenneth V Gomez Esq is a desperate pervert and liar. He is the only person on a soap-box extorting Jim Couri.

In his desperation to cover up his and pervert sex vulture Dr John Siebert he now uses Jim’s Daughter Alex Couri who is ill and suffering from substance abuses and concocts a new bogus claim.

If any one wishes to view the subject Case in Federal Court SDNY—case # 12-cv-2220, one would see that Jim is not a party to the case. Lydia brought the Case as plaintiff against MC Laughlin Stern Esqs and Paul Robbins Esq, for converting a Trust created for Lydia Alex Couri by Jim himself with $175,000.00 in 1989.

Gomez also fails to report that Jim was the one who funded the very Trust Gomez now concocts more lies and distortions about.

GOMEZ JOHN SIEBERT AND JOE BURKE ARE CHARGED BY A SIEBERT VICTIM MISS RACHEL WITH STALKING AND EXTORTING.

SIEBERT IS NOW ACCUSED WITH ROBBING PATIENT BARBARA PALLOUCCI FOR MEDICAID FRAUD AND FILING FALSE DOCUMENTS WITH MEDOCADE.

GOMEZ IS BEING INVESTIGATED FOR PERJURY, MEDICARE FRAUD, EXTORTION AND HARASSMENT.

FOR ALL TO SEE GOMEZ IS A PENNY-ANTE LIAR A FRAUD AND IS THE ONLY PERSON ALONG WITH HIS CORRUPT GROUP OF THIEVES, TAX EVADERS AND MOB AFFILLIATES, SPEARHEADED BY GEORGE M PAVIA—CONTINUE TO TRY AND LOOT JIM COURI SO SIEBERT CAN GET AWAY WITH ROBBING JIM FOR MILLIONS THAT HE OWES AND SO THAT GEORGE PAVIA ESQ CAN COVER UP HIS BRIBERY AND RICO CRIMES IN CONCERT WITH SIEBERT, BURKE AND GOMEZ—STAY TUNED

GEORGE PAVIA ESQ & KENNETH V GOMEZ ESQ UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR BRIBERY, EXTORTION, INTIMIDATION, PERJURY, MEDICARE THEFTS AND CONVERSION,AND TAX EVASION–PLEASE STAY TUNED TO SCAMS INC FOR MORE ON THESE RICO CRIMES BY PAVIA, GOMEZ AND OTHERS

KENNETH V GOMEZ ESQ ACCUSED OF ENGAGING IN LEWD, LASCIVIOUS AND EXTORTIVE ACTS ALONG WITH SEX PERVERT & PEDOPHILE DR JOHN SIEBERT TARGETING AND SEXUALLY MOLESTING VICTIM MISS RACHEL, DIANE KLEIMAN, LINDA M AND MURIEL KARASS AND OTHERS. SEE LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS OUTLINING GOMEZ-SIEBERT SEX PERVERSIONS, NUDE PICTURES AND MORE

Rachel Letters:


call_girl_siebert.pdf


Rachel Letter and Envelope


Linda M. Letter:


siebert_letter.pdf


Kleiman Affidavit:


kleiman_affidavit.pdf

Karas Documents:

Karas v. Siebert (et al) – Summons

 

Karas v. Siebert (et al) – Complaint

 

Karas v. Siebert (et al) – Complaint Dismissed

 

Online Banking: Navigating a Vulnerable Environment

Online banking has surged in popularity the last few years, due mainly to the allure of easy online bill payments. According to a consumer survey conducted by Fiserv Inc., in 2008 over 2 million homes adopted online banking. This brought the total number of households banking from home to just under 70 million, or four out of every five with internet access.

While financial institutions continue to assure their customers of the safety of online banking, none can guarantee an account won’t fall victim to fraud. Cutting-edge technologies offer convenience, but also attract a cutting-edge class of criminals.

Early last year hundreds of HSBC online bank customers suddenly discovered their checking accounts had been drained of $2,000 each. According to an account on consumerist.com, one customer was told by the HSBC Fraud investigator that the department was so overwhelmed they weren’t even sure how to handle it. When pressed with how many other customers had suffered the same fate, the investigator replied, “We don’t even know.” The size of the fraud was so severe, the bank was ill-equipped to tackle, much less identify, the problem and it took up to 10 days before the affected customers had the stolen funds credited back to their accounts.

Though anecdotal, the above story is just a recent example of a problem that has plagued the banking and credit card industries from the time online services were first introduced. Fortunately, there are certain measures which can be taken to protect both your money and identity while banking electronically. Many of these tools also apply to using your credit card online. Most fall under common sense, but in this age of quick-and-easy access, it doesn’t hurt to go over the sometimes overlooked basics.

1.Bank with the Big Boys – There are many online banks, mostly chartered overseas, that are not FDIC insured. Bank with these companies at your own risk. When choosing an online bank, the safest bet is to go with one of the larger financial institutions with a recognizable name. The large banks are moving towards more online and customer-direct banking in an effort to lower costs and improve their bottom line. They often provide the best in online security, but if it fails you want the safety-net of FDIC insurance.

2.Don’t fall for Phishing – Phishing is the online security firm for a malevolent entity attempting to acquire your user name, passwords, credit cards or any other personal data by masquerading as a trusted entity. This can be undertaken by various means but most commonly comes in the form of an email claiming to be from your financial institution. You’ve probably encountered these before and hopefully sent them straight to junk mail. The emails often look convincing with legitimate logos, but will ask you to connect via a provided link to a fake site where you will be asked to enter your username and password for verification purposes. Once you’ve entered this information, the criminals can attempt to access your account. These emails are normally pretty easy to recognize. They won’t address you correctly or by name at all, and often they contain grammatical errors. Legitimate emails from your bank will typically address you by your proper name and will never ask a customer to divulge their pin number, account numbers, or passwords. If you aren’t sure about an email you have received, call your bank and ask.

3.Phishing from the other side – Unfortunately, this attempt to appropriate your personal information and access your account can strike when you least expect it, after you have logged into your online banking site. Though rare, tech-savvy criminals have the ability to hack into a bank’s online system and re-direct the customer to a fake page where they are asked to once again enter their user name and password. If during an online banking session you are rerouted in such a manner, the wisest course of action is to terminate the session without entering any further information and then re-accesses your account through the bank’s home page. It would also be prudent to let your institution know such an attempt was made via their site. Better yet, ensure your bank is using the standard “secure socket layer” (SSL) protocol on pages that require secure information. Most banks use this technology on a few pages, but not on every page. (SSL-secured pages start https as opposed to http.)

4.User names and passwords – If you are going to be banking online, always choose unique user names and passwords. Avoid using your email address as a long in name and never use important dates, such as birthdays or anniversaries, for a password. If a criminal is trying to access your account these are often the first guesses that he will attempt to use. Always try to include both alpha and numerical characters in your login information, as use of both generates user names and passwords that are inherently tougher to crack.

5.Bank from home – If you are going to be banking online, try to avoid public domain computers. This includes both work computers and those you would use at an internet café, public library or any retail business. You have limited control over the safety measures taken at these locations and are putting your personal information at risk every time you share it here. If you are banking online and have no choice but to use a public access computer, be sure the username and password are not saved on the computer if prompted to do so. Once your session ends click on the Tools option of the browser and clear all saved forms, passwords, cookies, and history. For the two most used web browsers this feature is located under Tools/Internet options (MS Explorer) or Tools/Clear Private Data (Mozilla Firefox).

6.Stay protected – It is vital to keep your home computer protected with up-to-date anti-virus software and firewall protection. This is particularly true when you are banking from home online. There malicious software, or malware, that can unknowingly be downloaded on your computer while the user surfs the internet. These harmful programs can attack your computer in a variety of ways, but the most dangerous are capable of stealing your personal information by logging the keystrokes used when entering user names and passwords. This information is then transmitted back to the programs creator. This is why it is so important to keep your computer protected and update that protection regularly.

7.Keep alert – If you have an online bank account or use your credit cards for online purchases, check your balances regularly. If you notice any suspicious activity, notify the bank immediately. The longer it takes to report fraudulent activity the more difficult it will be to have those stolen funds restored.

Online banking can be a convenient and easy way to manage your personal accounts, but it will never be 100% safe. Still, there are ways online banking customers can increase the odds in their favor by using common sense and taking preemptive steps to protect themselves. Most importantly, communicate with your bank. Know their security measures and check the safety recommendations they make. If you ever have any questions or concerns about the security of your account, call the bank and get the answers you need. Its your right as a customer, so don’t hesitate to use it.

Helpful links:

FDIC: Safe Internet Banking
http://www.fdic.gov/BANK/INDIVIDUAL/ONLINE/SAFE.html

Online Banking Safety – LoveToKnow Online
http://online.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Online_Banking_Safety

Reverse Mortgage Twists and Turns

Watch out for the “quicksand”, it can suck you in.

If you’re 62 years or older, a legitimate reverse mortgage allows homeowners to convert their home equity into cash. Instead of making a payment each month to your mortgage bank, the bank pays you monthly. You can also elect to receive a lump sum or line of credit. Looks simple, but the “quicksand” of fraud and scams are deceptively alluring.

Speculators are buying houses on the cheap, doing minor cosmetic decorating and then reselling these dwellings to unsuspecting senior citizens at excessive prices. The deal is based on the senior citizen taking out a reverse mortgage sponsored by the scam artist, generally with exorbitant upfront fees. When the reverse mortgage is in place the scam artist usually takes all the money for the payment of the inflated property, leaving the sucker senior citizen holding the bag and probably still owing more money as a result of the terms of the scam transaction.

Also, these scam artists will use inflated appraisals and then promise this “mirage bargain” home with no-money-down, and as part of the swindle, arrange for the sucker to secure a scam reverse mortgage loaded with excessive fees for the service. Thus, the scammer diverts most and often all the proceeds from your reverse mortgage for themselves.

These crooks recruit and con naïve seniors; so do not be tempted by these “sweet-talking” swindlers. Here are a few guidelines to follow regarding any supposed reverse mortgages:

1. Don’t respond to any flashy advertisements and unsolicited promotions.

2. Stay away from anyone claiming you can own a home with zero cash down.

3. Never sign anything you don’t fully understand. Try and have a competent lawyer or accountant review all proposed contracts.

4. Seek out a legitimate reverse mortgage advisor.

5. The scammers target senior citizens through churches, investment seminars, radio, television, and mail/email advertisements.

6. A legitimate reverse mortgage never causes you to give up title to your home.

7. Watch out for upfront fees—never agree to pay them; as this demand is a tip-off that you are being set up for a swindle.

8. Watch out for any reverse mortgages that do not escrow sufficient money to pay required real estate taxes, insurance, etc. This could result in foreclosure.

Again and again senior citizens are being swindled by these “too good to be true” propositions. If you are truly interested in a reverse mortgage for your home that you have lived in for a long time—study the various plans offered by some of the well-known Banks such as Chase, Well Fargo and Bank of America. At least you will familiarize yourself with what programs are currently available. Never get sucked into a “No Money Down” scam promising to get you into a home for free. Run away from any of these sham offers. Be careful, and remember: “IF IT’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE–IT IS”! — ALWAYS!

FINANCIAL ADVISORS: Look for WHAT they know, NOT who they know!

Never ever get caught up or impressed with the “Madoff style garbage”, such as Country Clubs, exclusive addresses, and pictures on the walls with your prospective advisor glad-handing politicians and celebrities. Stay away from the windbag money managers and “financial advisors”—–there are plenty out there.

If you are fortunate enough to have accumulated money to invest, you better be darn sure you are not turning it over to a con-man/scam-artist. They are everywhere! Don’t be dazzled by slick-talk and glossy brochures or an expensive lunch—keep your eye on the ball—the safety of your “nest-egg”.

First—check all available credentials and records thoroughly.

Contact Government Agencies:

(check on licenses and disciplinary records of your proposed planner/advisor)

a) National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) — 800-289-9999

b) Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) — 800-732-0330

c) Certified Financial Planners-Board of Standards (CFP) — 888-237-6275,

830-7543 x219

Obtain References:
Get the names of clients and make sure the “client” is a legitimate “real” person or business. Telephone these references and courteously ask questions.

Ask Your Proposed Advisor the following questions:

a) Specifically what services they provide (ie: cash management, tax planning, estate planning, retirement planning, recommendations for investing).

b) What Licenses they hold and their specific qualifications; and in which State are they licensed?

c) What type of investments are they licensed to offer?

d) How will the planner/advisor prepare your financial plan and will it be in writing? Does the planner/advisor set goals?

e) What continued and ongoing services will you receive? — Such as financial products, research, analysis of your financial situation and recommendations.

f) Does the planner/advisor take possession of your assets or have access to them via any form of Power of Attorney over your assets?

g) What are their other clients like, and how have their investments performed over the past one, five, ten years?

h) Most significant, ask how the advisor/planner is to be paid, and how all such compensation is calculated. Is it an hourly rate, flat fee, percentage of assets, commissions, etc.

Always Be Sure to Obtain a Written Fee Schedule and Remember:

When it comes to handing your nest egg over to anyone—you must be very, very careful! Look what Bernie Madoff did. Although the Madoff numbers are astronomical — scams at every level go on all the time. Only a few years ago, a bunch of celebrities, including Leonardo DiCaprIo, were scammed for millions of dollars by a sweet-talking yet a phony/scam-artist supposed “Advisor”. The selection of a Financial Advisor is really difficult. Many banks and brokers offer these or similar services, but most of their personnel’s qualifications are marginal. Again, you must use your instincts.

Scamraiders suggests that you get recommendations from your accountant and/or lawyer and you do your own legwork. But be careful. DO NOT GIVE A STRANGER YOUR POWER OF ATTORNEY, OR CONTROL OF YOUR MONEY. If you are finally satisfied with who you choose to hire, do so; but YOU control the account—at least until you are fully comfortable and feel confident, safe and secure. If you plan to “put your eggs in one basket”, as one great money-man said, “watch the basket very very carefully!”

NEVER become complacent— that is how Madoff made off with billions! Again remember—“IF IT IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IT IS”—ALWAYS!

PS: If you are a senior citizen take a look at AARP Financial Inc. At least, this Program seems safe—- as best it can be in the volatile economic times we now live. STAY ALERT—PLEASE.

How Big Banks Finance Billions In Predatory Payday Lending

One of the more pernicious forms of predatory lending is payday lending, which involves firms giving usually low-income workers very short-term, high-interest loans in order to help them pay for necessities until they receive their next paycheck. While this may sound like a valuable service, the interest rates on the loans are so high that many borrowers get caught in a cycle in which they’re constantly taking out new loans to cover the new bills that they can no longer afford, due to having paid back the last loan.

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Courtesy Think Progress