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Complaint Review: Vincent Cavo - Joseph Rainier - Vinnie's Coins - Coin World

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  • Submitted: Tue, December 09, 2008
  • Updated: Mon, October 10, 2011

  • Reported By:Davie Florida
Vincent Cavo - Joseph Rainier - Vinnie's Coins - Coin World
15173 Gibson Rd, PO Box 43103 Ashville, Ohio U.S.A.

Vincent Cavo - Joseph Rainier - Vinnie's Coins - Coin World Para-legal False Credit USPI Bait And Switch Off Shore Scam Felon Hyprocrit vigilante obsessed-gestapo like, organized crime shill bidder PMG puppet manipulative computer hacker Ashville Ohio

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: LET THE TRUTH BE KNOWN

*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Two Scammers Reported Two False Charges Filed Against Rainier

*Consumer Comment: SCAMMERS LIE TO COVER THEIR BUTTS

*Author of original report: Oh so Complicated--- misleading (as expected)--- and VERY wrong!!! Vinney's Coins, Key Currency, AVOID Vincent Cavo and Joseph Raininr AT ALL COST!!!

*Consumer Comment: Scammers Lie

*Author of original report: Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

*Author of original report: Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

*Author of original report: Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

*Consumer Comment: Dont Bet On It

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As a life long collector of coin and paper currency I have watched these two scamming, manipulative dealers run honest collectors into the ground for profit. Vincent Cavo, a DATA POSSESSING MANAGER for the state of Ohio and Joseph V Rainier owner of USPI, INC (a "detective" agency) where you go and I quote, "When you need help, but not a lawyer" have teamed up to flood the internet with reports through sophisticated links and blogs manufacturing false facts at will. They have twisted information and are fighting to eliminate honest competition in the currency field at all cost hurting the hobby and hard working collectors for their own benefit. I can't warn you enough, stay away from these two. Charged with Felony (see below) accounts, despised by ALL in the industry, save yourself, SAVE THE HOBBY!

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Name:
RAINIER, JOSEPH V

DOB:
5/31/1958

Docket #:
1332818

Arrest Date:
12/9/2008 12:32:46 PM

Race:
WHITE

Sex:
MALE

Name RAINIER, JOSEPH V
Docket No. 1332818
Booking Date 12/9/2008 12:32:46 PM
Arresting Agency TARPON SPRINGS POLICE


Address
1396 WELLINGTON ST
TARPON SPRINGS
FL
34689

Race WHITE
MALE
5/31/1958
NJ
50

Eyes BLU
Hair GRY
Complexion LGT
Height 509
Weight 140

Scars, Marks & Tattoos
heart -mom right calf

Cell Location/Status
SPIN
Booking Type -FELONY-

CSOD-INTAK-PRO-01-020
2808973

Aliases

Charge Number:
1

Agency Report Number:
TS08003275

Offense Description:
SCHEME TO DEFRAUD ($50,000 OR MORE)

Statute:
817.034(4)(A)(1)/F

Court Case Number:
CRC0825947CFANO

Bond Assessed:
$50,000.00

Bond Amount Due:
$50,000.00

OBTS:
5206040391

2008 Pinellas County Sheriff's Office




Left behind buyer!
Davie, Florida
U.S.A.

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Folks, just read what was filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court in Tampa. If the tarpon Springs Police and the FBI would have listen to Joseph Rainier instead of Tarpon Springs Police arresting Rainier with false accusations from Sandikci against Rainier many Americans would not have been scammed by Sandikci as the attached below reflects. Amazing a foreinger lies to haev an american arrested nothing happens then he scams more americans nothing happens. Who does our government work for ??? We do pay them don't we. 


Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
TAMPA DIVISION
In re: AHMET SANDIKCI, ) Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
)
Debtor. ) Chapter 7
)
)
DEJAMES BUILDERS OF FLORIDA, INC., )
a Florida Corporation; )
DETRIE BUILDERS, INC., )
a Wisconsin Corporation; )
DETRIE CONSTRUCTION INC., )
a Wisconsin Corporation; )
MONTANA, INC., )
a Wisconsin Corporation; ) Adv. Pro. No.
ROBERT DETRIE, SR., d/b/a MARKUM, INC.; )
DENNIS DETRIE, individually; and )
DANIEL SCHMIDT, individually, )
)
Plaintiffs, )
)
v. )
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AHMET SANDIKCI, )
)
Defendant. )
/ )
COMPLAINT
Plaintiffs, DEJAMES BUILDERS OF FLORIDA, INC., a Florida Corporation; DETRIE BUILDERS, INC., a Wisconsin Corporation; DETRIE CONSTRUCTION, INC., a Wisconsin Corporation; MONTANA, INC. a Wisconsin Corporation; ROBERT DETRIE, SR., d/b/a MARKUM, INC.; DENNIS DETRIE, Individually; and DANIEL SCHMIDT, individually, complaining of the Defendant, AHMET SANDIKCI, allege:
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
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Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
1. This is an adversary proceeding to determine the dischargeability of a debt pursuant to Bankruptcy Rules 4007 and 7001(6).
2. On April 27, 2011, the above named Debtor, Defendant herein, filed a Voluntary Petition for relief under Chapter 11 of Title 11, United States Code; however, on September 14, 2011, this Court, pursuant to the Motion of the United States Trustee, Ordered this matter converted to one under Chapter 7 of Title 11, United States Code.
3. The question of the Debtor's discharge has not as of this date been determined.
4. Debtor/Defendant is indebted to Plaintiffs in the sums of:
a. $728,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DEJAMES BUILDERS, INC.;
b. $400,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DETRIE BUILDERS, INC.;
c. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DETRIE CONSTRUCTION, INC.;
d. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, MONTANA, INC.;
e. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, ROBERT DETRIE, SR., d/b/a MARKUM, INC.;
f. $728,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DENNIS DETRIE; and,
g. $1,535,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DANIEL SCHMIDT; moreover, said debts are founded upon claims which are excepted from a discharge in bankruptcy, as described herein. Parties
5. Plaintiff, DEJAMES BUILDERS, INC. (DeJames), is an entity organized pursuant to the laws of Florida, conducting business in Palm Beach County, Florida, with its principal place of business located at 323 Eagle Drive, Jupiter, Florida.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
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Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
6. Plaintiff, DETRIE BUILDERS, INC. (Detrie Builders), is a Wisconsin Corporation headquartered at 701 Pine Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
7. Plaintiff, DETRIE CONSTRUCTION, INC. (Detrie Construction), is a Wisconsin Corporation headquartered at 701 Pine Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
8. Plaintiff, MONTANA, INC. (Montana), is a Wisconsin Corporation headquartered at 701 Pine Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
9. Plaintiff, ROBERT DETRIE, SR., d/b/a MARKUM, INC. (MarKum) is a Wisconsin Corporation headquartered at 701 Pine Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
10. Plaintiff, DENNIS DETRIE, is an individual over the age of 18 and otherwise sui juris. At all times relevant hereto, Mr. Detrie was a resident of Palm Beach County, Florida.
11. Plaintiff, DANIEL SCHMIDT, is an individual over the age of 18 and otherwise sui juris.
12. Plaintiffs, DeJames and Dennis Detrie, and Defendant engaged in a joint venture that operated a retail rare currency business and exchange located at 410 S. County Road, Palm Beach, Florida.
Mr. Sandikci and Arcades Ponzi Scheme
13. Defendant operated a car repair garage called German Auto Repair Center, Inc. (German Auto), in Palm Harbor, Florida.
14. Plaintiff, Dennis Detrie, was a customer at German Auto and became friendly with Defendant.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
15. Through their friendship, Defendant became aware that Dennis Detrie owned Plaintiff, DeJames. Further, Mr. Sandikci became aware that DeJames had recently closed out a development in Southwest Florida and paid profits to Dennis Detrie.
16. In 2007, Defendant, Mr. Sandikci, strapped for cash, approached Dennis Detrie at German Auto for loans or agreement to jointly venture Defendants purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency.
17. On or about November 2, 2007, at Mr. Sandikcis request made in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Dennis Detrie provided Mr. Sandikci with $100,000.00 to fund a joint venture
for the purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency.
18. On or about January 10, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request made in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Dennis Detrie loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $100,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. A copy of the Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit A.
19. On or about February 26, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request made in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Dennis Detrie loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $100,000.00, to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. A copy of the Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit B.
20. Defendant, Mr. Sandikci, paid Dennis Detrie his investment and profit for the November 2, 2007 joint venture from the alleged proceeds from selling alleged rare United States currency. In addition, Mr. Sandikci repaid Dennis Detrie the January 10, 2008 and February 26, 2008 loans, on information and belief, as the start of Mr. Sandikcis scheme to get far more funds from Dennis Detrie and Dennis Detries family. In addition, Mr. Sandikci
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
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Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
paid Dennis Detrie alleged profits from the alleged sale of rare United States currency over and above the principal of the loans.
21. On or about January 10, 2008, Mr. Sandikci persuaded Dennis Detrie to introduce him to his father, Robert Detrie, Sr. Mr. Detrie, Sr., at all relevant times hereto, was the president of Montana, Inc.
22. On or about January 10, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Mr. Detrie, Sr. loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $100,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency.
23. On or about March 1, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Mr. Detrie, Sr., loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $100,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency.
24. On information and belief, Mr. Sandikci repaid these loans as a part of Mr. Sandikcis scheme to get far more funds from Mr. Detrie, Sr., and his family. In addition, Mr. Sandikci paid Mr. Detrie, Sr., alleged profits from the alleged sale of rare United States currency over and above the principal of the loans as a further enticement for future loans.
25. On or about March 26, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Dennis Detrie loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $200,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. A copy of the alleged Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit C. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Mr. Sandikcis alter ego business, Arcade Currency Palace (Arcade), has repaid this loan.
26. On or about April 6, 2008, Mr. Sandikci requested Mr. Detrie, Sr. loan or jointly venture with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade $200,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and Arcades DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. Mr. Detrie, Sr. explained that as the President of Montana, Inc., he could arrange for a $100,000.00 transfer to be made by Montana,Inc. to Mr. Sandikci and Arcade; and a further $100,000.00 transfer to be made by Mr. Detrie,Sr. to Mr. Sandicki and Arcade. On that same date, Montana, Inc. wired Mr. Sandikci  $100,000.00. In addition, on that same date Mr. Detrie, Sr. wired Mr. Sandikci another
$100,000.00. A copy of the alleged Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit D. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan. 27. On or about April 6, 2008, Mr. Sandikci requested Mr. Robert Detrie, Jr. loan or jointly venture with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade $100,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and
Arcades purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. Mr. Sandikci did not distinguish between himself and Arcade. Mr. Detrie, Jr. explained that he would not personally fund the loan, but that as President of Detrie Construction, he could arrange for the transfer by Detrie Construction. On that same date, Detrie Construction wired Mr. Sandikci and Arcade $100,000.00. A copy of the alleged Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit E. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
28. On or about April 21, 2008, Mr. Sandikci requested Dennis Detrie loan or jointly venture with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade another $60,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and Arcades purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
29. On or about April 24, 2008, Mr. Sandikci requested Mr. Detrie, Jr. loan or
jointly venture with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade $150,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and Arcades
purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. Mr. Detrie, Jr. explained that he would
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
not personally fund the loan but that as President of Detrie Builders he could arrange for Detrie Builders to fund the transfer. On that same date, Detrie Builders wired $10,000.00 to Mr. Sandikci and Arcade. A copy of the alleged Promissory Note evidencing the same is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit F. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
30. On or about April 29, 2008, Mr. Sandikci requested Dennis Detrie loan or jointly venture with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade $67,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and Arcades purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
31. On or about May 12, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Detrie Builders loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci and Arcade another $250,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis and Arcades purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
32. On or about July 20, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Dennis Detrie loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci $75,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
33. On or about October 26, 2008, at Mr. Sandikcis request, Dennis Detrie loaned or jointly ventured with Mr. Sandikci another $25,000.00 to fund Mr. Sandikcis purchase and hopeful sale of rare United States currency. To date, neither Mr. Sandikci nor Arcade has repaid this loan.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
No Distinction Between Mr. Sandikci and Arcade
34. Defendant and Arcade were allegedly in the business of buying and selling rare currency in a retail store located in Tarpon Springs, Florida, at the retail location in Palm Beach, Florida, and through the website eBay.
35. Defendant, Mr. Ahmet Sandikci, is the sole shareholder and officer of Arcade. Further, Arcade, has no board of directors.
36. In 2003, Defendant established a personal eBay account under the name PORSCHEAHMET.
37. Defendant sells personally-owned rare currency through his PORSCHEAHMET account, and Arcades corporate-owned rare currency through Mr. Sandikcis PORCHEAHMET account.
38. Defendant wrongfully sold inventory from the joint venture store, described below, which had been purchased with funds provided by Dennis Detrie, through Mr. Sandikcis PORCHEAHMET account.
39. Defendant has a personally-owned PayPal account through which payments are made for the PORCHEAHMET eBay account.
40. Defendants personally-owned PayPal account is the sole means through which payment for items sold through the PORCHEAHMET eBay account are funded, regardless of who owns the items sold.
41. All funds received into the Mr. Sandikcis personal PayPal account for sales of items through the PORCHEAHMET eBay account, regardless of whether the item was owned by DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
Defendant or joint venture, were deposited into Defendants personal bank account at Bank of America in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
42. Defendant does not distinguish between himself and Arcade.
43. Defendant used the corporate form of Arcade to defraud customers and investors for an improper purpose, to wit: to give the appearance that customers and investors are dealing with a well-heeled entity rather than with Mr. Sandikci himself.
44. Moreover, Defendant used the corporate form of Arcade to further his aforementioned scheme of acquiring funds.
45. Defendants use of the corporate form of Arcade caused injury to the Plaintiffs in that Plaintiffs were lured into believing that they were loaning money or investing in a sophisticated and well-heeled entity, wherein Plaintiffs in reality were simply funding Defendants fraudulent scheme. Rare Currency Fraud
46. Each piece of rare United States currency contains a unique serial number, which allows for identification.
47. In addition, persons who deal in rare currency use the Friedberg Numbering System (Friedberg numbers), to further identify and classify rare currency.
48. Serial numbers and Friedberg numbers are very important to identify and catalogue rare currency.
49. The value of any rare currency is dependent upon the grade, quality and rarity of the currency.
50. Defendant held himself out as expert in rare United States currency.
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
51. On or before May 12, 2008, Mr. Sandikci represented to Plaintiff, Mr. Daniel Schmidt, while in Wisconsin, that he was the foremost numismatist in the United States.
52. On or before May 12, 2008, Mr. Sandikci induced and encouraged Mr. Schmidt to rely upon Mr. Sandikcis skill, knowledge and expertise in collecting rare U.S. currency and coins to develop a collection of rare currency.
53. On or before May 12, 2008, Mr. Sandikci approached in Wisconsin. Mr. Schmidt and solicited his purchase of certain alleged rare US coin, to wit: a 2 Gold Eagle coin set.
54. Mr. Sandikci represented that the retail value of the 2 Gold Eagle coin set was greater than $510,000.00.
55. On or about May 10, 2008, based upon Mr. Sandikcis representations, Mr. Schmidt gave Mr. Sandikci $200,000.00 for the purchase of collectable currency.
56. On or about July 2, 2008, based upon Mr. Sandikcis representations Mr. Schmidt gave Mr. Sandikci an additional $510,000.00 for the 2 Gold Eagle coin set.
57. Mr. Sandikci never delivered possession of the graded 2 Gold Eagle coin set or the collectable currency to Mr. Schmidt.
58. Mr. Schmidt subsequently discovered that the true value of the 2 Gold Eagle coin set was $2,400.00, despite Mr. Sankikcis direct representations to the contrary. The Palm Beach Joint Venture
59. On or before March 18, 2008, Defendant approached Plaintiffs, Dennis Detrie and DeJames, at Dennis Detries home in Jupiter, Florida, and solicited their involvement as a partner in a retail rare currency business in Palm Beach, Florida.
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60. Specifically, Defendant sought a business partner to open a rare U.S. currency
store in Palm Beach, Florida.
61. Based on Defendants solicitation, Plaintiff, DeJames, agreed to jointly venture
the business.
62. Plaintiff, DeJames agreed to: (1) supply the initial start-up capital for the joint venture; specifically including the purchase of rare currency to be used as inventory; (2) store rare currency inventory purchased in the safety deposit box of Mr. Dennis Detrie; (3) locate a suitable retail location for the joint venture: (4) co-sign the lease for the retail location of the joint venture; (5) perform any needed build out of the retail location of the joint venture; and, (6) physically work in the joint venture location.
63. Moreover, Plaintiff, DeJames, and Defendant, agreed that Defendant wouldprovide: (1) certain inventory of rare currency for the business; and, (2) the skill, knowledge and experience required to operate the business by physically working in the store.
64. On or before March 8, 2008, DeJames, through its President, Mr. Dennis Detrie, searched for a suitable retail location for the joint venture and located 410 S. County Road, Palm Beach, Florida.
65. On or before April 1, 2008, Plaintiff DeJames, through its President, Mr. Detrie,
negotiated the terms of a lease for the retail rental property located at 410 S. County Road, Palm Beach, Florida, for the joint venture.
66. On or before April 1, 2008, the lease was reduced to writing by the landlord,LenDan, Inc., at Plaintiff DeJames request.
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
67. On or before April 1, 2008, Plaintiff DeJames paid the initial monies required by the Retail Lease, to wit: $96,000.00.
68. The joint venture agreement between Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant is evidenced, inter alia, by that certain Retail Lease that was the product of Plaintiffs efforts to locate a suitable location for the joint venture and secure a lease for the same, a copy of which is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit G. The Retail Lease is between LenDan, Inc. as Landlord and Arcade and DeJames as Tenant. Further, both Plaintiff and Defendant executed the Retail Lease as Tenant.
69. On or after April 1, 2008, Plaintiff and Defendant, as a joint venture, took possession of the retail premises located at 410 S. County Road, Palm Beach, Florida.
70. The joint venture agreement of the parties is further evidenced by that certain First Addendum to Lease, a copy of which is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit H and that certain Second Addendum to Lease, a copy of which is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit I.
71. As signors to the Retail Lease, First Addendum to Lease and Second Addendum to Lease, both Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant maintained the joint right to access and control the premises where the joint venture was located.
72. Plaintiff DeJames, through its President, Mr. Dennis Detrie, purchased materials to build out the joint venture  etail premises. Further, Plaintiff staffed, supervised and managed the build out of the joint venture retail premises, and paid for the same.
73. Between on or around March 18, 2008 through on or about June 12, 2008, almost weekly, Mr. Sandikci held meetings with Dennis Detrie whereupon Mr. Sandikci provided alleged rare U.S. currency that was to become the initial inventory of the joint venture retail
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
premises, and Dennis Detrie provided Mr. Sandikci cash to purchase the same. Dennis Detrie stored the alleged rare U.S. currency in his personal safety deposit box in Palm Beach County at the request of Mr. Sandikci until the opening of the joint venture retail premises.
74. On or about June 12, 2008, upon completion of the build out of the joint venture retail premises, Plaintiff DeJames, though its President, Mr. Dennis Detrie, began to work in the retail store full time.
75. Further, upon completion of the joint venture retail premises and the provisioning of an adequate safe in which to store alleged rare U.S. currency, Mr. Dennis Detrie moved the alleged rare U.S. currency from his personal safety deposit box into the safe in the joint venture retail premises.
76. Subsequent to the opening of the joint venture retail premises Mr. Sandikci and Arcade represented to the public that DeJames and Dennis Detrie were partners in the joint venture retail premises.
77. Mr. Dennis Detrie, as a joint venture partner in the Palm Beach store created an
index of the serial numbers and Friedberg numbers for each piece of currency that became a part of the inventory of the joint venture retail premises. A copy of the inventory is attached hereto as Plaintiffs Exhibit J.
78. Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant shared a community of interest in the performance of the common purpose of operating the retail rare currency business.
79. Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant maintained joint control or right of control of the retail rare currency business, including physical possession of keys for all exterior locks and knowledge of the operation of the security systems therein, until Defendant excluded DeJames.
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2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
80. Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant maintained a joint proprietary interest in the subject matter of the business, to wit: retail sales of rare U.S. currency.
81. Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant both had equal right to share in the profits of the joint venture from the sales of rare U.S. currency.
82. Plaintiff DeJames and Defendant both had equal duty to share in any losses which may be sustained by the joint venture.
83. On or about December 14, 2008, Defendant, without explanation, reason or basis, wrongfully excluded Plaintiff DeJames from the joint venture retail business location by changing the locks and physically excluding Plaintiff from the retail joint venture location.
84. Defendant wrongfully converted and sold the joint venture inventory, keeping the proceeds from the same as personal assets, using Mr. Sandikcis PORCHEAHMETs eBay account.
Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from DeJames and Dennis Detrie
85. As described herein, the inventory of the joint venture, consisting of greater than 900 pieces of rare currency and coins, was in Mr. Sandikcis possession and control as a joint venture partner in the Palm Beach store.
86. In addition, the proceeds from the sales of the inventory of the joint venture were in Mr. Sandkcis possession and control as a joint venture partner in the Palm Beach store.
87. Defendant, Mr. Sandikci, intentionally appropriated the joint ventures inventory and assets for a use other than that for which it was entrusted, to wit: personal use.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
Page 15
Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
88. Defendant refused to account for the joint ventures inventory/assets, cannot account for the joint ventures inventory/assets, and now claims that the joint venture inventory has been sold through eBay; however, Defendant cannot account for the proceeds of such sales.
89. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt.
Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from Detrie Builders, Inc.
90. As described herein, Detrie Builders entrusted Defendant with $400,000.00, at Defendants request, for the purpose of purchasing rare U.S. currency for resale.
91. Defendant intentionally appropriated Detrie Builders property for use other than debt for which it was entrusted, to wit: Defendants personal use.
92. Defendants conduct in taking the property under the pretense of purchasing rare U.S. currency and absconding with the same, in the midst of a Ponzi-type scheme, smacks of fraud.
93. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt. Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from Detrie Construction, Inc.
94. As described herein, Detrie Construction entrusted Defendant with $100,000.00, at Defendants request, for the purpose of purchasing rare U.S. currency for resale.
95. Defendant intentionally appropriated Detrie Constructions property for use other than debt for which it was entrusted, to wit: Defendants personal use.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
Page 16
Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
96. Defendants conduct in taking the property under the pretense of purchasing rare U.S. currency and absconding with the same, in the midst of a Ponzi-type scheme, smacks of fraud.
97. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt.
Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from Montana, Inc.
98. As described herein, Montana entrusted Defendant with $100,000.00, at Defendants request, for the purpose of purchasing rare U.S. currency for resale.
99. Defendant intentionally appropriated Montanas property for use other than debt for which it was entrusted, to wit: Defendants personal use.
100. Defendants conduct in taking the property under the pretense of purchasing rare U.S. currency and absconding with the same, in the midst of a Ponzi-type scheme, smacks of fraud.
101. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt.
Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from Robert Detrie, Sr., d/b/a MarKum, Inc.
102. As described herein, MarKum entrusted Defendant with $100,000.00, at Defendants request, for the purpose of purchasing rare U.S. currency for resale.
103. Defendant intentionally appropriated MarKums property for use other than debt for which it was entrusted, to wit: Defendants personal use.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
Page 17
Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
104. Defendants conduct in taking the property under the pretense of purchasing rare U.S. currency and absconding with the same, in the midst of a Ponzi-type scheme, smacks of fraud.
105. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt. Mr. Sandikcis Embezzlement from Daniel Schmidt
106. As described herein, Daniel Schmidt entrusted Defendant with $1,535,000.00, at Defendants request, for the purpose of purchasing rare U.S. currency for resale.
107. Defendant intentionally appropriated Daniel Schmidts property for use other than debt for which it was entrusted, to wit: Defendants personal use.
108. Defendants conduct in taking the property under the pretense of purchasing rare U.S. currency and absconding with the same, in the midst of a Ponzi-type scheme, smacks of fraud.
109. Pursuant to Section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the Debtor would not release the Debtor from the aforesaid debt.
Mr. Sandikcis Larceny from DeJames and Dennis Detrie
110. As described herein, DeJames and Dennis Detrie owned or had a legal interest in the inventory, and proceeds from the sale of the inventory, of the joint venture.
111. Defendant carried away the property of DeJames and Dennis Detrie with felonious intent, to wit: to sell or secret such property for personal use.
112. Pursuant to section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the debtor would not release the debtor from the aforesaid debt.
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
Page 18
Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
Mr. Sandikcis Larceny/Civil Theft from Daniel Schmidt
113. As described herein, Daniel Schmidt provided Defendant with greater than $510,000.00 for a 2 Gold Eagle coin set.
114. Defendant carried away Daniel Schmidts 2 Gold Eagle coin set with felonious intent, to wit: to sell or secret such property for personal use.
115. Pursuant to section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the debtor would not release the debtor from the aforesaid debt.
Mr. Sandikcis Frauds Committed While In a Fiduciary Capacity Against DeJames and Dennis Detrie
116. As described herein, Defendant owed fiduciary duties of care and loyalty to DeJames and Dennis Detrie as a joint venture partner.
117. Defendant breached those fiduciary duties by defrauding DeJames and Dennis Detrie of property and funds as described herein.
118. Pursuant to section 523(a)(4) of said Title 11, the discharge of the debtor would not release the debtor from the aforesaid debt.
119. Pursuant to Bankruptcy Rule 7008 plaintiff states that this proceeding is core.[10] WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray for an order determining said debts to be nondischargeable and for judgment against the Debtor in the sums of:
a. $728,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DEJAMES BUILDERS, INC.;
b. $400,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DETRIE BUILDERS, INC.;
c. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DETRIE CONSTRUCTION, INC.;
d. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, MONTANA, INC.;
DeJames Builders of Florida, Inc. v. Ahmet Sandikci
Case No.: 8:11-bk-07915-MGW
Adv. Pro No.: _______________
Page 19
Leopold~Kuvin, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400 Facsimile (561) 515-1401
e. $100,000.00 as to Plaintiff, ROBERT DETRIE, SR., d/b/a MARKUM, INC.;
f. $728,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DENNIS DETRIE; and,
g. $1,535,000.00 as to Plaintiff, DANIEL SCHMIDT;
together with interest, and for such other and such further relief as this Court deems just.
DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
Plaintiffs demand a jury trial on all issues so triable as a matter of right.
Dated: October 6, 2011. s/ GREGORY S. WEISS
GREGORY S. WEISS
Florida Bar No.: 163430
DANIEL A. THOMAS
Florida Bar No.: 168262
Email: gweiss@leopoldkuvin.com
Email: dthomas@leopoldkuvin.com
LEOPOLD~KUVIN, P.A.
2925 PGA Boulevard, Suite 200
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Telephone: (561) 515-1400
Facsimile: (561) 515-1401
Attorneys for Plaintiffs

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Two Scammers Reported Two False Charges Filed Against Rainier

AUTHOR: Consumer Advocate Watchdogs - (U.S.A.)

Folks, the facts surrounding this post are as follow:


Joseph Rainier owner of www.uspi.org is responding to this post with factual information. The two individuals posting this negative information on Joseph Rainier and his company are Trusted Traditions and another company Arcade Currency Palace. I suggest you Google both of those names to get quite a bit of information on both companies.

trusted Traditions is owned by a former federal prisoner who uses an alias to conduct his business to hide the fact that he served time for ripping off the taxpayers for about $154,000. Trusted Traditions was sued by a U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee for hiding $900,000 in assets (per federal complaint) for a person who filed bankruptcy.

The owner of the Arcade Currency Palace a Ahmet Sandikci is being sued in the Pinellas County Florida courts for defrauding a company of thousands of dollars in merchandise that he disputed on his credit cards after receiving the merchandise (jewelry and art) Sandikci then used those items for display in his store in Tarpon Springs Florida dn refused to retun the items for months.

Sandikci was under federal review for multiple wire transfers to Turkey and that is when Joseph Rainier learned that Sandikci had numeorus complaints against him for allegations of defrauding customers.

If you visit the site www.uspi.org a company owned by Rainier and click on the accomplishment link you will see why the two above individuals are afraid of Rainier.

John Markis in 2007 filed charges against Rainier and I suggets you obtain a copy of his statement to police..those charges were dismissed.

Sandikci copied from the stunt by markis when Rainier wanted to pull away from Sandikci after learning of the FBI inquiry and the numeorus compalints the FBI had against Sandikci. Sandikci had Rainier arrested with the help of a high paid lawyer for the allegations of writing checks for commissions due Rainier on coin deals Rainier did. Sandikci did give Rainier permission to write checks for over a five year period. Rainier ran both of Sandikci's businesses and was authorized to write checks. The only time this all of a sudden became and issue with Sandikci is when Rainier pulled the accredition off Sandikci's business and Rainier wanted to end any relationship with Sandikci.

That the facts folks and the boys who posted this garbage are only out to intentionally ruin Rainer's name and business www.uspi.org that exposes crooks, scam artist and ponzi operators.
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#3 Consumer Comment

SCAMMERS LIE TO COVER THEIR BUTTS

AUTHOR: Inside Information - (U.S.A.)

when you expose crooks like Trusted Traditions and Arcade Curency Palace you would expect flase accusations to fly. The owner of Arcade Currency Palace has alot to worry about...such as being arrested for providing false information to law enforcement authorities and many other things without exposing the case being built against him. So keep posting boys we will add it to the real motive file.
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#4 Author of original report

Oh so Complicated--- misleading (as expected)--- and VERY wrong!!! Vinney's Coins, Key Currency, AVOID Vincent Cavo and Joseph Raininr AT ALL COST!!!

AUTHOR: Left Behind Buyer! - (U.S.A.)

You can try to tie this to as many other people as you want, it wont fly, why don't you try Heritage this time since they ESCORTED you off the floor at the January show and BANNED you from returning!!! Oh the margaritas did flow that night as we all rejoiced you getting your comeuppance!!! (Don't forget Lynn Knight ether!)

The is obviously yet another attempt to change the focuses to someone beside yourself Vinney (the ice pick) Cavo...
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The SIMPLY fact is THE BEST THING A CONSUMER CAN DO is to AVOID Vincent Cavo and Joseph Rainier AT ALL COST !!! That is the safe, prudent thing to do, avoid people who are dishonest, slick, sophisticated scammers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#5 Consumer Comment

Scammers Lie

AUTHOR: Inside Information - (U.S.A.)

I know that if anyone files a sworn statement to police weather it is a lie or not, the police have to file charges. So when scammers are trying to take down an individual like Rainier who is reporting them we all have to really wonder what kind of society we live in. I applaud Rainier for exposing these scammers even though he may have been falsely accused by the scam artists involved. Rainier is a real american and the person who has filed this report a John A Maragoudakis is a former federal prisoner (check the Federal Bureau of Prison website) who hids under the name Markis (note first three letters and last three letters of his last name, also is in the currency business and in bed with the person having made the false allegations against Rainier on the most recent offense. Also Maragoudakis is being sued by Rainier in the Pinellas County Courts for that false arrest that WAS NOT dismissed on a technicality.
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Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

AUTHOR: Left Behind Buyer! - (U.S.A.)

Your praticed misdirection continues to be misleading.
HERE are some FACTS for you.. a second felony charge! No one can deny that and no one believes the police are filing TWO cases based on frivolous charges.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Subject Charge Report
The data on this site provides arrest and booking information and should not be relied upon to determine an individual's actual criminal record. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the State Attorney's Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of a criminal charge does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest. To obtain the final disposition of any criminal charges, contact the Clerk of the Court's Office.

Name: RAINIER, JOSEPH V
DOB: 5/31/1958
Docket #: 1236031
Arrest Date: 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE



Name Docket No. Booking Date Arresting Agency
RAINIER, JOSEPH V 1236031 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM PINELLAS COUNTY SHERIFF
Address City State Zip Code
1396 WELLINGTON ST TARPON SPRINGS FL 34689
Race Sex DOB Place of Birth Arrest Age
WHITE MALE 5/31/1958 NJ 48
Eyes Hair Complexion Height Weight
BLU GRY LGT 509 140

Scars, Marks & Tattoos
heart -mom right calf


Cell Location/Status SPIN Booking Type
RELEASED - 2/26/2007 10:44 PM
SURETY BOND 2808973 -FELONY-

Aliases


Charges
Charge Number: 1
Agency Report Number:
Offense Description: BROWARD CO #07001449CF10A BURG UNOC DWELL
Statute: 999999-05
Court Case Number: CRCAB58911CFANO
Bond Assessed: $1,500.00
Bond Amount Due: $0.00
OBTS: 5207006721
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Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

AUTHOR: Left Behind Buyer! - (U.S.A.)

Your praticed misdirection continues to be misleading.
HERE are some FACTS for you.. a second felony charge! No one can deny that and no one believes the police are filing TWO cases based on frivolous charges.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Subject Charge Report
The data on this site provides arrest and booking information and should not be relied upon to determine an individual's actual criminal record. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the State Attorney's Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of a criminal charge does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest. To obtain the final disposition of any criminal charges, contact the Clerk of the Court's Office.

Name: RAINIER, JOSEPH V
DOB: 5/31/1958
Docket #: 1236031
Arrest Date: 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE



Name Docket No. Booking Date Arresting Agency
RAINIER, JOSEPH V 1236031 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM PINELLAS COUNTY SHERIFF
Address City State Zip Code
1396 WELLINGTON ST TARPON SPRINGS FL 34689
Race Sex DOB Place of Birth Arrest Age
WHITE MALE 5/31/1958 NJ 48
Eyes Hair Complexion Height Weight
BLU GRY LGT 509 140

Scars, Marks & Tattoos
heart -mom right calf


Cell Location/Status SPIN Booking Type
RELEASED - 2/26/2007 10:44 PM
SURETY BOND 2808973 -FELONY-

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Charges
Charge Number: 1
Agency Report Number:
Offense Description: BROWARD CO #07001449CF10A BURG UNOC DWELL
Statute: 999999-05
Court Case Number: CRCAB58911CFANO
Bond Assessed: $1,500.00
Bond Amount Due: $0.00
OBTS: 5207006721
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#8 Author of original report

Felon one--- Felon twice--- three times and you SHOULD be out!!

AUTHOR: Left Behind Buyer! - (U.S.A.)

Your praticed misdirection continues to be misleading.
HERE are some FACTS for you.. a second felony charge! No one can deny that and no one believes the police are filing TWO cases based on frivolous charges.
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Pinellas County Sheriff's Office
Subject Charge Report
The data on this site provides arrest and booking information and should not be relied upon to determine an individual's actual criminal record. This data may not reflect charging decisions made by the State Attorney's Office or the outcome of criminal trials. An acquittal or dismissal of a criminal charge does not necessarily negate the validity of an arrest. To obtain the final disposition of any criminal charges, contact the Clerk of the Court's Office.

Name: RAINIER, JOSEPH V
DOB: 5/31/1958
Docket #: 1236031
Arrest Date: 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM
Race: WHITE
Sex: MALE



Name Docket No. Booking Date Arresting Agency
RAINIER, JOSEPH V 1236031 2/26/2007 4:32:44 PM PINELLAS COUNTY SHERIFF
Address City State Zip Code
1396 WELLINGTON ST TARPON SPRINGS FL 34689
Race Sex DOB Place of Birth Arrest Age
WHITE MALE 5/31/1958 NJ 48
Eyes Hair Complexion Height Weight
BLU GRY LGT 509 140

Scars, Marks & Tattoos
heart -mom right calf


Cell Location/Status SPIN Booking Type
RELEASED - 2/26/2007 10:44 PM
SURETY BOND 2808973 -FELONY-

Aliases


Charges
Charge Number: 1
Agency Report Number:
Offense Description: BROWARD CO #07001449CF10A BURG UNOC DWELL
Statute: 999999-05
Court Case Number: CRCAB58911CFANO
Bond Assessed: $1,500.00
Bond Amount Due: $0.00
OBTS: 5207006721
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#9 Consumer Comment

Dont Bet On It

AUTHOR: Inside Information - (U.S.A.)

Do you know that anyone can make up lies, provide a false sworn statement and have someone arrested. Well that is what has happened with the recent arrest of Joseph Rainier. My understanding is he was arrested under a probale cause affidavit that a police officer signed and then arrested Rainier because the attorney for Sandikci needed more billable hours and continued to harass the detective for over (5) months, until the detective got tired of all the phone calls from Sandikci and his attorney. DID HE HAVE probable cause to make the arrest??? Time will tell!

The Arcade Currency Palace owner Sandikci has lied under oath to the police to have Rainier arrested so he can continue with his scam. However, don't count on it sticking just wait until Rainier produces his evidence in which I am sure he has quite a bit. Just maybe when all the news media is notified and follows this that we all will all finally find out who the real crooks are.

The nice thing about it all, the truth will come out and be part of an official record that can be distributed. I am sure there will be numerous witnesses and evidence to refute any and all allegations made against Rainier. So please keep watching folks. Just like the person who posted this Rip-off report is connected to the Arcade Currency Palace.
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