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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:05 pm

Eddei Benita
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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy and extortion
DOB: 10.08.1978
Age: 34
Aliases: Eddy
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W883900086
In February of 2003, Eddei Benita a/k/a “Eddy”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy and extortion. Investigators believe that Benita and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Benita was a foreman for Advanced Moving Systems, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman, Benita supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between February 2001 and February 2003, Benita's co-conspirators solicited business for Advanced Moving Systems by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Benita would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Benita and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Advanced Moving Systems would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Benita and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Benita was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:06 pm

Guy Ashkenazi

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy and extortion
DOB: 05.23.1975
Age: 37
Height: 5'10"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W493900877
In February of 2003, Guy Ashkenazi, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy and extortion. Investigators believe that Ashkenazi and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Ashkenazi was a foreman for Advanced Moving Systems, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman, Ashkenazi supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between February 2001 and February 2003, Ashkenazi's co-conspirators solicited business for Advanced Moving Systems by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Ashkenazi and his co-conspirators would inflate the total price of the move by claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated by Advanced Moving Systems and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Ashkenazi and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Advanced Moving Systems would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Ashkenazi and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Ashkenazi was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Sunrise, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:08 pm

Choni Aloul AKA SEAN

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion and making a false bill of lading
DOB: 05.02.1979
Age: 33
Aliases: Sean
Height: 6'0"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W283922154
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Eddei Benita

Eli Peretz

Eyal Zeira

Guy Ashkenazi

Itzhak Luzon

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In February of 2003, Choni Aloul a/k/a “Sean”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion and making a false bill of lading. Investigators believe that Aloul and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Aloul was a foreman for Advanced Moving Systems, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman, Aloul supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between February 2001 and February 2003, Aloul's co-conspirators solicited business for Advanced Moving Systems by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Aloul and his co-conspirators would inflate the total price of the move by claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated by Advanced Moving Systems and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Aloul and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Advanced Moving Systems would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Aloul and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Aloul was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Hollywood, Florida
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:09 pm

Shlomo Molaim AKA Sam or Sammy

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion and wire fraud
DOB: 09.08.1979
Age: 33
Aliases: Sam, Sammy
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 185 lbs.
NCIC No.: W865710588
FBI No.: 274545AC8
In February of 2003, Shlomo Molaim a/k/a “Sam” and “Sammy”, along with 19 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion and wire fraud. Investigators believe that Molaim and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Molaim was a foreman for Advanced Moving Systems, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman, Molaim supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between February 2001 and February 2003, Molaim's co-conspirators solicited business for Advanced Moving Systems by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Molaim would inflate the total price of the move by claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated by Advanced Moving Systems and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Molaim and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Advanced Moving Systems would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Molaim and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Molaim was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Sunrise, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:10 pm

Oren Avitan


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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, attempted extortion and grand theft
DOB: 03.11.1977
Age: 35
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190 lbs.
NCIC No.: W071989370
FBI No.: 11791TB6
On January 12, 2011, the District Attorney’s Office for Santa Clara County, California filed a felony complaint against Oren Avitan and other individuals, including his brother Yehuda Avitan charging them with conspiracy, extortion, attempted extortion and grand theft. Investigators believe that Avitan and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Avitan worked for MTF Relocation, a California-based moving company. According to court documents, between January 2007 and January 2011, Avitan and his co-conspirators solicited business for MTF Relocation by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded onto the moving truck, Avitan and his co-conspirators would fraudulently inflate the total price of the move and held the goods “hostage”, demanding full payment of the inflated price before MTF would deliver the goods. To avoid the fall-out from negative reviews and consumer complaints lodged against MTF Relocation, Avitan changed the name of the business to “Best Local Relocation" and “Easy Local Movers".

In October and November 2009, Avitan and his co-conspirators extorted money from a customer related to a household move. They were unaware that this move was actually an undercover sting operation and that an undercover law enforcement officer was posing as the customer.

Oren Avitan was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in San Jose, California.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:12 pm

Yehuda Avitan

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, attempted extortion and grand theft
DOB: 04.19.1974
Age: 38
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 168 lbs.
NCIC No.: W001992100
On January 12, 2011, the District Attorney’s Office for Santa Clara County, California filed a felony complaint against Yehuda Avitan and other individuals, including his brother Oren Avitan charging them with conspiracy, extortion, attempted extortion and grand theft. Investigators believe that Avitan and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Avitan worked for MTF Relocation, a California-based moving company. According to court documents, between January 2007 and January 2011, Avitan and his co-conspirators solicited business for MTF Relocation by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded onto the moving truck, Avitan and his co-conspirators would fraudulently inflate the total price of the move and held the goods “hostage”, demanding full payment of the inflated price before MTF would deliver the goods. To avoid the fall-out from negative reviews and consumer complaints lodged against MTF Relocation, the conspirators changed the name of the business to “Best Local Relocation" and “Easy Local Movers".

In October and November 2009, Avitan and his co-conspirators extorted money from a customer related to a household move. They were unaware that this move was actually an undercover sting operation and that an undercover law enforcement officer was posing as the customer.

Yehuda Avitan was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in San Jose, California.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:14 pm

Eran Bar

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy and grand theft
DOB: 08.30.1981
Age: 31
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 190 lbs.
NCIC No.: W372101100
FBI No.: 751471MC7
On January 24, 2011, the District Attorney’s Office for Santa Clara County, California filed a felony complaint charging Eran Bar and other individuals with conspiracy and grand theft. Investigators believe that Bar and his co-conspirators illegally operated a moving service under several different fictitious business names.

Bar filed documents with the Santa Clara County Recorder’s Office, California to operate as Bekins Moving & Storage and BMS Van Lines, and also conducted business under the name of Advanced Moving Company. According to court documents, between August 2008 and December 2010, Bar and his co-conspirators solicited business for Bekins Moving & Storage, BMS Van Lines and Advanced Moving Company, with the intention of defrauding their customers. Bar and his co-conspirators provided estimates and accepted money from numerous customers for moving services, when they had no operating authority to conduct household goods moving services from the California Public Utilities Commission.

Bar was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in San Jose, California.

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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:50 pm

Edan Elbaz

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
DOB: 03.23.1981
Age: 31
Aliases: Conspiracy and grand theft
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175 lbs.
NCIC No.: W931965496
FBI No.: 359917RC4
On February 9, 2011, the District Attorney’s Office for Santa Clara County, California filed a felony complaint charging Edan Elbaz and other individuals with conspiracy and grand theft. Investigators believe that Elbaz and his co-conspirators illegally operated a moving service under several different fictitious business names.

Elbaz filed documents with the Santa Clara County Recorder’s Office, California to operate as Atlas Van Lines, Atlas World Wide Inc., Marten Transport, and Marten Movers. According to court documents, between April 2009 and January 2011, Elbaz and his co-conspirators solicited business for Atlas Van Lines, Atlas World Wide Inc., Marten Transport, and Marten Movers, with the intention of defrauding their customers. Elbaz and his co-conspirators provided estimates and accepted money from numerous consumers for moving services, when they had no operating authority to conduct household goods moving services from the California Public Utilities Commission.

In September 2010, Elbaz and his co-conspirators attempted to unlawfully take money from a customer related to a household move. They were unaware that this move was actually an undercover sting operation and that an undercover law enforcement officer was posing as the customer.

Elbaz was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Santa Clara, California.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:51 pm

Moshe Elmakias

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, and making a false bill of lading
DOB: 08.23.1971
Age: 41
Aliases: Moses Makias
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 180 lbs.
NCIC No.: W205539727
FBI No.: 477983RB6
In February of 2003, Moshe Elmakias a/k/a “Moses Makias", along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, and making a false bill of lading. Investigators believe that Elmakias and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Elmakias was a foreman for Moving Systems Inc., AAA Van Lines, Ameri Van Lines, and SI Trucking, Florida-based moving companies. According to court documents, Between January 2001 and February 2003, Elmakias and his co-conspirators solicited business for these companies by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. As a foreman, Elmakias supervised the actual loading and/or delivery of customers' goods and typically rushed customers through paperwork, causing them to sign blank or incomplete documents. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Elmakias and his co-conspirators would inflate the total price of the move by two to seven times the original estimate, claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated by the companies and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Elmakias and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before they would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Elmakias and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods, threatened to sell their goods, and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Elmakias was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Hollywood, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:52 pm

Neil Shlomo Liebich

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy to commit extortion
DOB: 12.09.1981
Age: 30
Height: 5'10"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W603886365
FBI No.: 58401CC9
In February of 2003, Neil Shlomo Liebich, along with 17 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit extortion. Investigators believe that Liebich and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Liebich was a foreman for Majesty Moving & Storage, Inc., a Florida-based moving company. Apollo Van Lines, Inc., First Class Moving, Inc., and Star Movers Express, Inc. were also moving companies based in Florida that received business from Majesty Moving. As a foreman for Majesty Moving, Liebich supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between July 2000 and February 2003, Liebich's co-conspirators solicited business for Majesty Moving by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, the co-conspirators would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Liebich and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Majesty Moving & Storage would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Liebich and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Liebich was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:53 pm

Yuval Perez

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, and making a false bill of lading
DOB: 08.14.1973
Age: 39
Aliases: Israel
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 175 lbs.
NCIC No.: W433925042
FBI No.: 952659TB6
In February of 2003, Yuval Perez, a/k/a "Israel", along with 7 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, and making a false bill of lading. Investigators believe that Perez and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Perez was a foreman for Elite Van Lines Moving & Storage, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman for Elite Van Lines, Perez supervised the actual loading and the delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between September 2001 and November 2002, Perez's co-conspirators solicited business for Elite Van Lines by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Perez would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Perez and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Elite Van Lines would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Perez and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Perez was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Sunrise, Florida.
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Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:54 pm

Eyal Malul


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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering
DOB: 07.23.1969
Age: 43
Aliases: Ben Levy
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W243877360
FBI No.: 189766KB5
In February of 2003, Eyal Malul, a/k/a "Ben Levy", along with 7 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Investigators believe that Malul and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Malul was the owner, officer, and director of Elite Van Lines Moving & Storage, a Florida-based moving company. As the owner of Elite Van Lines, Malul ran the day-to-day business operations of the company. According to court documents, Between September 2001 and November 2002, Malul's co-conspirators solicited business for Elite Van Lines by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Malul would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Malul and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Elite Van Lines would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Malul and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Malul was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Plantation, Florida.
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Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:55 pm

Shai Oren

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy to commit extortion and making a false bill of lading
DOB: 06.02.1974
Age: 38
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W013898436
In February of 2003, Shai Oren, along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit extortion and making a false bill of lading. Investigators believe that Oren and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Oren was a foreman and driver for Century Express Van Lines, a Florida-based moving company. As a foreman and driver for Century, Oren drove moving vans and supervised the actual loading and delivery of customers' goods. According to court documents, Between January 2001 and February 2003, Oren's co-conspirators solicited business for Century Express by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Oren would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods occupied more cubic feet than had been originally estimated and/or by overcharging the customers for packing materials.

Oren and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Century Express would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Oren and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Oren was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Miami, Florida.
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Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:56 pm

Niv Borsuk a/k/a “Steve Brous


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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering
DOB: 11.01.1977
Age: 35
Aliases: Steve Brous
Height: 6'3"
Weight: Unknown
NCIC No.: W163915341
In February of 2003, Niv Borsuk a/k/a “Steve Brous”, along with 4 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Investigators believe that Borsuk and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Borsuk was the owner of Express Van Lines, a Florida-based moving company. As owner of Express, Borsuk ran the day-to-day operations of the company. According to court documents, between April 2001 and November 2001, Borsuk and his co-conspirators solicited business for Express by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Borsuk and his co-conspirators would fraudulently inflate the total price of the move.

Borsuk and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before Express would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Borsuk and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers. He would often fail to deliver customers' goods even after the inflated payment had been made.

Borsuk fled to his native Israel and was last known to be residing in Miami Beach, Florida.
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Re: OIG Wanted Fugitives If you know the where abouts please report

Postby Movinghelper » Tue Oct 30, 2012 7:57 pm

Moshe Bachar aka Mike

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Wanted For: Fraud Involving Moving Company
Charges: Conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering
DOB: 11.01.1967
Age: 45
Aliases: Mike
Height: 5"11"
Weight: 190 lbs.
NCIC No.: W326333829
In July of 2003, Moshe Bachar a/k/a “Mike”, along with 6 other co-conspirators, was indicted on charges of conspiracy, extortion, mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Investigators believe that Bachar and his co‐conspirators lured numerous customers with artificially low moving estimates, and then extorted them by holding their household goods hostage until they paid fraudulently inflated prices.

Bachar was a co-owner of All Points USA Relocation Systems, a Florida-based moving company. As a co-owner of All Points USA, Bachar ran the day-to-day operations of the company. According to Court documents, Between February 1999 and March 2003, Bachar and his co-conspirators solicited business for All Points USA by offering artificially low estimates for moving prices. Bachar supervised loading foremen who pressured the All Points USA customers to sign blank and incomplete bills of lading and other documents, and failed to inform the customers of the total price of the move. Once the customers' goods had been loaded, Bachar and his co-conspirators would inflate the total price of the move by fraudulently claiming that the customers' goods weighed more than had been originally estimated and then created false weight tickets to back up the scam.

Bachar and his co-conspirators would demand full payment of the inflated price before All Points USA would deliver their goods. He ignored customers' repeated complaints about the inflated price and/or lied to the customers about the delivery of their goods, often using false names when dealing with customers over the telephone and in writing. When customers refused to pay the inflated price, Bachar and his co-conspirators arranged to warehouse customers' goods and refused to divulge the location of the goods to customers.

Bachar was born in Israel and was last known to be residing in Hollywood, Florida.
Last edited by Movinghelper on Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:36 pm, edited 2 times in total.
For more information on moving or to file a complaint go to http://www.protectyourmove.gov

1..NEVER PAY A MOVER A DEPOSIT FOR INTERSTATE MOVING! IT COULD BE THE START OF THE BIG SCAM
2. GO WITH IN HOME ESTIMATES ONLY.
3. DO NOT USE A BROKER.


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