ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION (“THE MANAGER”)

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IT HAS BEEN REPORTED TO US BY EX-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL THAT ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION IS A NEAPOLITAN MAFIA COMPANY. IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THIS MATTER, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION: A NEAPOLITAN MAFIA COMPANY?

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE SOPHISTICATED, ORGANIZED, INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATION CONCEALING ITS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES AMONG THE INTERNATIONAL BROKER COMMUNITY WITH COUNTERFEIT BANK DOCUMENTS + TRANSACTIONS ON THE INTERBANK SCREEN THAT WE ARE INVESTIGATING + EXPOSING ON THIS WEBSITE, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE OF PRIVATE BANKING CORRUPTION, TAX EVASION, MONEY LAUNDERING or TERRORISM FINANCING, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

IT HAS BEEN REPORTED TO US BY EX-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL THAT ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION IS A NEAPOLITAN MAFIA COMPANY. IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THIS MATTER, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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FBI

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/organizedcrime/italian_mafia

 

Italian Organized Crime

Overview

Since their appearance in the 1800s, the Italian criminal societies known as the Mafia have infiltrated the social and economic fabric of Italy and now impact the world. They are some of the most notorious and widespread of all criminal societies.

There are several groups currently active in the U.S.: the Sicilian Mafia; the Camorra or Neapolitan Mafia; the ’Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia; and the Sacra Corona Unita or United Sacred Crown.

We estimate the four groups have approximately 25,000 members total, with 250,000 affiliates worldwide. There are more than 3,000 members and affiliates in the U.S., scattered mostly throughout the major cities in the Northeast, the Midwest, California, and the South. Their largest presence centers around New York, southern New Jersey, and Philadelphia.

Their criminal activities are international with members and affiliates in Canada, South America, Australia, and parts of Europe. They are also known to collaborate with other international organized crime groups from all over the world, especially in drug trafficking.

The major threats to American society posed by these groups are drug trafficking and money laundering. They have been involved in heroin trafficking for decades. Two major investigations that targeted Italian organized crime drug trafficking in the 1980s are known as the “French Connection” and the “Pizza Connection.”

These groups don’t limit themselves to drug running, though. They’re also involved in illegal gambling, political corruption, extortion, kidnapping, fraud, counterfeiting, infiltration of legitimate businesses, murders, bombings, and weapons trafficking. Industry experts in Italy estimate that their worldwide criminal activity is worth more than $100 billion annually. 

A Long History

These enterprises evolved over the course of 3,000 years during numerous periods of invasion and exploitation by numerous conquering armies in Italy. Over the millennia, Sicilians became more clannish and began to rely on familial ties for safety, protection, justice, and survival.

An underground secret society formed initially as resistance fighters against the invaders and to exact frontier vigilante justice against oppression. A member was known as a “Man Of Honor,” respected and admired because he protected his family and friends and kept silent even unto death.

Sicilians weren’t concerned if the group profited from its actions because it came at the expense of the oppressive authorities. These secret societies eventually grew into the Mafia.

Since the 1900s, thousands of Italian organized crime figures—mostly Sicilian Mafiosi—have come illegally to this country. Many who fled here in the early 1920s helped establish what is known today as La Cosa Nostra or the American Mafia.

Charles “Lucky” Luciano, a Mafioso from Sicily, came to the U.S. during this era and is credited for making the American La Cosa Nostra what it is today. Luciano structured the La Cosa Nostra after the Sicilian Mafia. When Luciano was deported back to Italy in 1946 for operating a prostitution ring, he became a liaison between the Sicilian Mafia and La Cosa Nostra. 

Sicilian Mafia (based in Sicily)

The Sicilian Mafia formed in the mid-1800s to unify the Sicilian peasants against their enemies. In Sicily, the word Mafia tends to mean “manly.” The Sicilian Mafia changed from a group of honorable Sicilian men to an organized criminal group in the 1920s.

In the 1950s, Sicily enjoyed a massive building boom. Taking advantage of the opportunity, the Sicilian Mafia gained control of the building contracts and made millions of dollars. Today, the Sicilian Mafia has evolved into an international organized crime group. Some experts estimate it is the second largest organization in Italy.

The Sicilian Mafia specializes in heroin trafficking, political corruption, and military arms trafficking—and is also known to engage in arson, frauds, counterfeiting, and other racketeering crimes. With an estimated 2,500 Sicilian Mafia affiliates it is the most powerful and most active Italian organized crime group in the U.S.

The Sicilian Mafia is infamous for its aggressive assaults on Italian law enforcement officials. In Sicily the term “Excellent Cadaver” is used to distinguish the assassination of prominent government officials from the common criminals and ordinary citizens killed by the Mafia. High-ranking victims include police commissioners, mayors, judges, police colonels and generals, and Parliament members.

On May 23, 1992, the Sicilian Mafia struck Italian law enforcement with a vengeance. At approximately 6 p.m., Italian Magistrate Giovanni Falcone, his wife, and three police body guards were killed by a massive bomb. Falcone was the director of Criminal Affairs in Rome. The bomb made a crater 30 feet in diameter in the road. The murders became known as the Capaci Massacre.

Less than two months later, on July 19, the Mafia struck Falcone’s newly named replacement, Judge Paolo Borsellino in Palermo, Sicily. Borsellino and five bodyguards were killed outside the apartment of Borsellino’s mother when a car packed with explosives was detonated by remote control.

Under Judge Falcone’s tenure the FBI and Italian law enforcement established a close working relationship aimed at dismantling Italian organized crime groups operating in both countries. That relationship has intensified since then. 

Camorra or Neapolitan Mafia (based in Naples)

The word “Camorra” means gang. The Camorra first appeared in the mid-1800s in Naples, Italy, as a prison gang. Once released, members formed clans in the cities and continued to grow in power. The Camorra has more than 100 clans and approximately 7,000 members, making it the largest of the Italian organized crime groups.

In the 1970s, the Sicilian Mafia convinced the Camorra to convert their cigarette smuggling routes into drug smuggling routes with the Sicilian Mafia’s assistance. Not all Camorra leaders agreed, leading to the Camorra Wars that cost 400 lives. Opponents of drug trafficking lost the war.

The Camorra made a fortune in reconstruction after an earthquake ravaged the Campania region in 1980. Now it specializes in cigarette smuggling and receives payoffs from other criminal groups for any cigarette traffic through Italy. The Camorra is also involved in money laundering, extortion, alien smuggling, robbery, blackmail, kidnapping, political corruption, and counterfeiting.

It is believed that nearly 200 Camorra affiliates reside in this country, many of whom arrived during the Camorra Wars. 

’Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia (based in Calabria)

The word “’Ndrangheta” comes from the Greek meaning courage or loyalty. The ’Ndrangheta formed in the 1860s when a group of Sicilians was banished from the island by the Italian government. They settled in Calabria and formed small criminal groups.

There are about 160 ’Ndrangheta cells with roughly 6,000 members. They specialize in kidnapping and political corruption, but also engage in drug trafficking, murder, bombings, counterfeiting, gambling, frauds, thefts, labor racketeering, loansharking, and alien smuggling.

Cells are loosely connected family groups based on blood relationships and marriages. In the U.S., there are an estimated 100-200 members and associates, primarily in New York and Florida. 

Sacra Corona Unita or United Sacred Crown (based in the Puglia region)

Law enforcement became aware of the Sacra Corona Unita in the late 1980s. Like other groups, it started as a prison gang. As its members were released, they settled in the Puglia region in Italy and continued to grow and form links with other Mafia groups. The Sacra Corona Unita is headquartered in Brindisi, located in the southeastern region of Puglia.

The Sacra Corona Unita consists of about 50 clans with approximately 2,000 members and specializes in smuggling cigarettes, drugs, arms, and people. It is also involved in money laundering, extortion, and political corruption. The organization collects payoffs from other criminal groups for landing rights on the southeast coast of Italy, a natural gateway for smuggling to and from post-Communist countries like Croatia, Yugoslavia, and Albania.

Very few Sacra Corona Unita members have been identified in the U.S., although some individuals in Illinois, Florida, and New York have links to the organization.


La Cosa Nostra

La Cosa Nostra is the foremost organized criminal threat to American society. Literally translated into English it means “this thing of ours.” It is a nationwide alliance of criminals—linked by blood ties or through conspiracy—dedicated to pursuing crime and protecting its members.

La Cosa Nostra, or the LCN as it is known by the FBI, consists of different “families” or groups that are generally arranged geographically and engaged in significant and organized racketeering activity. It is also known as the Mafia, a term used to describe other organized crime groups.

The LCN is most active in the New York metropolitan area, parts of New Jersey, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, and New England. It has members in other major cities and is involved in international crimes. 

History of La Cosa Nostra

Although La Cosa Nostra has its roots in Italian organized crime, it has been a separate organization for many years. Today, La Cosa Nostra cooperates in various criminal activities with different criminal groups that are headquartered in Italy.

Giuseppe Esposito was the first known Sicilian Mafia member to emigrate to the U.S. He and six other Sicilians fled to New York after murdering the chancellor and a vice chancellor of a Sicilian province and 11 wealthy landowners. He was arrested in New Orleans in 1881 and extradited to Italy.

New Orleans was also the site of the first major Mafia incident in this country. On October 15, 1890, New Orleans Police Superintendent David Hennessey was murdered execution-style. Hundreds of Sicilians were arrested, and 19 were eventually indicted for the murder. An acquittal generated rumors of widespread bribery and intimidated witnesses. Outraged citizens of New Orleans organized a lynch mob and killed 11 of the 19 defendants. Two were hanged, nine were shot, and the remaining eight escaped.

The American Mafia has evolved over the years as various gangs assumed—and lost—dominance over the years: the Black Hand gangs around 1900; the Five Points Gang in the 1910s and ‘20s in New York City; Al Capone’s Syndicate in Chicago in the 1920s. By the end of the ‘20s, two primary factions had emerged, leading to a war for control of organized crime in New York City.

The murder of faction leader Joseph Masseria brought an end to the gang warfare, and the two groups united to form the organization now dubbed La Cosa Nostra. It was not a peaceful beginning: Salvatore Maranzano, the first leader of La Cosa Nostra, was murdered within six months.

Charles “Lucky” Luciano became the new leader. Maranzano had established the La Cosa Nostra code of conduct, set up the “family” divisions and structure, and established procedures for resolving disputes. Luciano set up the “Commission” to rule all La Cosa Nostra activities. The Commission included bosses from six or seven families.

Luciano was deported back to Italy in 1946 based on his conviction for operating a prostitution ring. There, he became a liaison between the Sicilian Mafia and La Cosa Nostra. 

Other Historical Highlights: 

1951: A U.S. Senate committee led by Democrat Estes Kefauver of Tennessee determined that a “sinister criminal organization” known as the Mafia operated in this nation. 

1957: The New York State Police uncovered a meeting of major LCN figures from around the country in the small upstate New York town of Apalachin. Many of the attendees were arrested. The event was the catalyst that changed the way law enforcement battles organized crime.

1963: Joseph Valachi became the first La Cosa Nostra member to provide a detailed looked inside the organization. Recruited by FBI agents, Valachi revealed to a U.S. Senate committee numerous secrets of the organization, including its name, structure, power bases, codes, swearing-in ceremony, and members of the organization.

Today, La Cosa Nostra is involved in a broad spectrum of illegal activities: murder, extortion, drug trafficking, corruption of public officials, gambling, infiltration of legitimate businesses, labor racketeering, loan sharking, prostitution, pornography, tax-fraud schemes, and stock manipulation schemes. 

The Genovese Crime Family

Named after legendary boss Vito Genovese, the Genovese crime family was once considered the most powerful organized crime family in the nation. Members and their numerous associates engaged in drug trafficking, murder, assault, gambling, extortion, loansharking, labor racketeering, money laundering, arson, gasoline bootlegging, and infiltration of legitimate businesses.

Genovese family members are also involved in stock market manipulation and other illegal frauds and schemes as evidenced by the recent FBI investigation code named “Mobstocks.”

The Genovese crime family has its roots in the Italian criminal groups in New York controlled by Joseph Masseria in the 1920s. The family history is rife with murder, violence, and greed. 

Early History—Masseria and Maranzano

Masseria sparked the so-called “Castellammarese War” in 1928 when he tried to gain control of organized crime across the country. The war ended in 1931 when Salvatore Maranzano conspired with Masseria’s top soldier, Charles “Lucky” Luciano, to have Masseria killed. Maranzano emerged as the most powerful Mafia boss in the nation, setting up five separate criminal groups in New York and calling himself “Boss of Bosses.”

Two of the most powerful La Cosa Nostra families—known today as the Genovese and Gambino families—emerged from Maranzano’s restructuring efforts. Maranzano named Luciano the first boss of what would later be known as the Genovese family. Luciano showed his appreciation less than five months later by sending five men dressed as police officers to Maranzano’s office to murder him. 

Luciano, Costello, and Genovese

With Maranzano out of the way, Luciano become the most powerful Mafia boss in America and used his position to run La Cosa Nostra like a major corporation. He set up the LCN Commission, or ruling body, composed of seven bosses, and divided the different rackets among the families.

In 1936, Luciano was sentenced to 30 to 50 years in prison. Ten years later, he was released from prison and deported to Italy, never to return. When he was convicted, Frank Costello became acting boss because Genovese—then just an underboss—had fled to Italy to avoid a murder charge. His return to the states was cleared when a key witness against him was poisoned and the charges were dropped.

Costello led the family for approximately 20 years until May of 1957 when Genovese took control by sending soldier Vincent “the Chin” Gigante to murder him. Costello survived the attack but relinquished control of the family to Genovese. Attempted murder charges against Gigante were dismissed when Costello refused to identify him as the shooter.

In 1959, it was Genovese’s turn to go to prison following a conviction of conspiracy to violate narcotics laws. He received a 15-year sentence but continued to run the family through his underlings from his prison cell in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Valachi Sings—and Lombardo Leads

About this time, Joseph Valachi, a “made man,” was sent to the same prison as Genovese on a narcotics conviction. Labeled an informer, Valachi survived three attempts on his life behind bars. Still in prison in 1962, he killed a man he thought Genovese had sent to kill him. He was sentenced to life for the murder.

The sentencing was a turning point for Valachi, who decided to cooperate with the U.S. government. On September 27, 1963, he appeared before the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and testified that he was a member of a secret criminal society in the U.S. known as La Cosa Nostra.

In 1969, several years after Valachi began cooperating with the FBI, Vito Genovese died in his prison cell. By then the Genovese family was under the control of Philip “Benny Squint” Lombardo. Unlike the bosses before him, Lombardo preferred to rule behind his underboss. His first, Thomas Eboli, was murdered in 1972. Lombardo promoted Frank “Funzi” Tieri, and later Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno as his front men.

Throughout the 1980s, the Genovese family hierarchy went through several changes. Tieri, recognized on the street as the Genovese family boss in the late 1970s, was convicted for operating a criminal organization through a pattern of racketeering that included murder and extortion.

Salerno then fronted as boss until he had stroke in 1981. In 1985, Salerno and the bosses of the other four New York families were convicted for operating a criminal enterprise—the LCN Commission. Lombardo, his two captains in prison and his health failing, turned full control of the Genovese family over to Gigante—the man who tried to kill Costello 30 years earlier. 

Fish on the Hook

In 1986, a second member turned against the Genovese family when Vincent “Fish” Cafaro, a soldier and right-hand-man to Anthony Salerno, decided to cooperate with the FBI and testify. According to Cafaro’s sworn statement, Gigante ran the family from behind the scenes while pretending to be mentally ill. Cafaro said this behavior helped further insulate Gigante from authorities while he ran the Genovese family’s criminal activities.

Gigante’s odd behavior and mumbling while he walked around New York’s East Village in a bathrobe earned him the nickname “the Odd Father.” After an FBI investigation, Gigante was convicted of racketeering and murder conspiracy in December 1997 and sentenced to 12 years. Another FBI investigation led to his indictment on January 17, 2002, accusing him of continuing to run the Genovese family from prison. He pled guilty to obstruction of justice in 2003.

Gigante died in prison in December 2005 in the same federal hospital where Gambino family leader John Gotti had died in 2002.


The Italian American Working Group

Over the years, FBI investigations have revealed how organized criminal groups have proliferated and impacted much of the world. Partnerships with foreign law enforcement agencies are essential to combat global organized crime groups.

Among the partnerships the FBI is involved with is the Italian American Working Group, which meets every year. The group addresses organized crime, cyber crime, money laundering, international terrorism, illegal immigration, cooperating witnesses, drug smuggling, art theft, extradition matters, and cigarette smuggling. The U.S. and Italy take turns hosting the meetings.


Labor Racketeering

Labor racketeering is the domination, manipulation, and control of a labor movement in order to affect related businesses and industries. It can lead to the denial of workers’ rights and inflicts an economic loss on the workers, business, industry, insurer, or consumer. 

The historical involvement of La Cosa Nostra in labor racketeering has been thoroughly documented:

  • More than one-third of the 58 members arrested in 1957 at the Apalachin conference in New York listed their employment as “labor” or “labor-management relations.”
  • Three major U.S. Senate investigations have documented La Cosa Nostra’s involvement in labor racketeering. One of these, the McClellan Committee, in the late-1950s, found systemic racketeering in both the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees International Union.
  • In 1986, the President’s Council on Organized Crime reported that five major unions—including the Teamsters and the Laborers International Union of North America—were dominated by organized crime.
  • In the early 1980s, former Gambino Family Boss Paul Castellano was overheard saying, “Our job is to run the unions.”

Labor racketeering has become one of La Cosa Nostra’s fundamental sources of profit, national power, and influence.

FBI investigations over the years have clearly demonstrated that labor racketeering costs the American public millions of dollars each year through increased labor costs that are eventually passed on to consumers.

Labor unions provide a rich source for organized criminal groups to exploit: their pension, welfare, and health funds. There are approximately 75,000 union locals in the U.S., and many of them maintain their own benefit funds. In the mid-1980s, the Teamsters controlled more than 1,000 funds with total assets of more than $9 billion.

Labor racketeers attempt to control health, welfare, and pension plans by offering “sweetheart” contracts, peaceful labor relations, and relaxed work rules to companies, or by rigging union elections.

Labor law violations occur primarily in large cities with both a strong industrial base and strong labor unions, like New York, Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, and Philadelphia. These cities also have a large presence of organized crime figures.

We have several investigative techniques to root out labor law violations: electronic surveillance, undercover operations, confidential sources, and victim interviews. We also have numerous criminal and civil statutes to use at our disposal, primarily through the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) Statute.

The civil provisions of the RICO statute have proven to be very powerful weapons, especially the consent decrees. They are often more productive because they attack the entire corrupt entity instead of imprisoning individuals, who can easily be replaced with other organized crime members or associates.

Consent decrees are most effective when there is long-term, systemic corruption at virtually every level of a labor union by criminal organizations. A civil RICO complaint and subsequent consent decree can restore democracy to a corrupt union by imposing civil remedies designed to eliminate such corruption and deter its re-emergence.

The Teamsters are the best example of how efficiently the civil RICO process can be used. For decades, the Teamsters has been substantially controlled by La Cosa Nostra. In recent years, four of eight Teamster presidents were indicted, yet the union continued to be controlled by organized crime elements. The government has been fairly successful at removing the extensive criminal influence from this 1.4 million-member union by using the civil process.

We work closely with the Office of Labor Racketeering in the Department of Labor and with the U.S. Attorneys’ offices in investigating violations of labor law.

 

RAY CARRASCO: MORE ABOUT THE PRIVATE BANKING CRIMINAL + MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATION

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BREAKING NEWS: ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION HAS BEEN TOLD ….

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…BY THE BENEFICIAL OWNER OF THE FUNDS BEING USED IN THE MONEY LAUNDERING SCHEME USING DELIBERATELY FAKE BANK DOCUMENTS BECAUSE OF OUR INVESTIGATION + EXPOSURE ON www.thewhistleblowers.org

MARIANO ALVAREZ, ESQ STAMPS ON ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION + PRIME BANCO DOCUMENTS

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Mariano Alvarez Law Offices
3660 Wilshire Boulevard # 1140Los Angeles, CA 90010
Phone: (213) 388-1818
Email: atty165597@gmail.com

PRIME BANCO DOCUMENT

(As of 9/13/2013, no reply from Mr. Mariano Alvarez but we were called by Mr. Paulo Roberto Senatore from 661.748.0240 at 11:49AM EST on Weds, 9/11/13 saying he was sent our email by Mr. Mariano Alvarez + asking, “What is your problem.”)

 

DAVID REA <damarglobal@gmail.com>
Sep 11 (2 days ago)

to Mariano
Dear Mr. Alvarez:Please see page 6 of the attached KYC document that shows you as the legal advisor for PAULO ROBERTO SENATORE.You + I communicated in 2012 regarding another fraudulent use of your name.Please confirm if this too is another fraudulent use of your name.

Sincerely,

David Rea
301.775.7320

_   2012 KYC-CIS COMPLIANCE CORPORATE[1]MONTANA 1.pdf _ 2012 KYC-CIS COMPLIANCE CORPORATE[1]MONTANA 1.pdf
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DAVID REA <damarglobal@gmail.com>
Sep 11 (2 days ago)

to Mariano
Dear Mr. Mariano Alvarez:I was just called by a person claiming to be Paulo Roberto Senatore who stated he had just received a copy of the email I sent to you this morning with his 2012 KYC.You + I communicated in 2012 regarding the fraudulent use of your name on another document from a party named Herbert Pintos with Rosabranca International Corporation.Can you please confirm if you are the attorney for Paulo Roberto Senatore as represented in his 2012 KYC that I sent to you this morning.

Also, are you aware that Prime Banco does not have an operating address in Brazil or a vault?

Here is a link with some background information on Prime Banco + its President, Oderli Ferani:

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=75623957

Trading in the above stock, Bergamo Acquisition Corporation was stopped in August 2013 by the SEC while it is investigated.

I look forward to your reply.

Sincerely,

David Rea

 

DAVID REA <damarglobal@gmail.com>
Sep 11 (2 days ago)

to Mariano
Dear Mr. Mariano Alvarez:Please see the reply below IN RED to my email today from Mr. Eduardo Wellichen regarding the attached Prime Banco audited financial statements.In 2012, you emailed me that the HERBERT PINTOS document bearing your name + seal was fraudulent.I am asking you to confirm if the KYC for PAULO ROBERTO SENATORE identifying you as his lawyer is authentic or fraudulent.

Sincerely,

David Rea

Eduardo.Wellichen@br.ey.com
12:37 PM (22 minutes ago)

to me
Dear Mr. David I don’t known Prime Banco this is fraudulent.

Eduardo Wellichen | Partner/Principal-Grade 1 | Audit Services
Telefone: + 55 11 2573 3293 | Celular: + 55 11 97543 3645 |eduardo.wellichen@br.ey.com
Fax: + 55 11 2573 4901 | EY/Comm: 4793382
Website: 
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ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION DOCUMENT

 

From: Mariano A. Alvarez, Esq. <attyalvarez@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 8:06 PM
Subject: Re: ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
To: DAVID REA <damarglobal@gmail.com>
Cc: Anthony Heavenrich <arheavenr@gmail.com>

Dear Mr. Rea:
This is utterly fraudulent… The fact is that I’ve not applied for a notarial commission because of the responsibility that would attach to an attorney as a notary…
Mariano A. Alvarez, Esq.
LAW OFFICES OF MARIANO A. ALVAREZ
Hamni Bank Building
3660 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1140; Los Angeles, CA 90010
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and may contain legally privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient of this email message, please telephone or email us immediately, delete this message from your system and do not read, copy, distribute, or disclose or otherwise use this email message and attachments. Thank you.
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From: DAVID REA <damarglobal@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 7:59 PM
Subject: ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
To: ATTYALVAREZ@yahoo.com
Cc: Anthony Heavenrich <arheavenr@gmail.com>Dear Mr. Alvarez:

Attached is an attestation letter signed by a Mr. Herbert Pintos and purportedly notarized by you.

We are 100% confident that since the Pintos signature is electronic this is a fraudulent copy of your notary.

We appreciate your reply confirming or denying the notary.

Sincerely,

David Rea and Anthony Heavenrich

 

 

ROBERTO SASSONE IS ANOTHER MEMBER OF ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL NETWORK

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING ROBERTO SASSONE + ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION + THEIR MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITIES, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

ROBERTO SASSONE PASSPORT

HIS CRIMINAL WEBSITE

http://www.groupsouthatlantic.com/about_us.php


HIS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES

http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28262780-Roberto-O.-Sassone  

 

March 20, 2013

On this date David Frederickson Attorney (Escrow Agent) Roberto Sassone president of South Atlantic Investments Corp (Bank Guarantee/BG provider) and xxxxxxxxxx client entered into Financial Services and Escrow Agreement which was prepared by Mr. Frederickson.

According to the agreement, Roberto Sasson on behalf of South Atlantic Investments Corp (SAIC) was supposed to arrange for the issuance and delivery of $20 million USD Bank Guarantee in the name of the client or his nominee, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. The client is required to deposit $200,000 USD in the escrow account and BG must be issued within 10 business banking days from crediting of escrow account of Mr. Frederickson. The account was credited on March 21, 2013 and hence the BG should’ve been issued and delivered on April 4th, 2013. Up to this moment nothing has been delivered except a fraudulent Pre-advice MT799.

Mr. Frederickson was supposed to release 1% of the escrow fund for SAIC for the initial bank charges and swift procedure. However, Mr. Frederickson released the whole amount ($200,000) in lieu of the 1% as called for in the agreement to Roberto Sassone.

Roberto Sassone / SAIC failed to perform within the 10days and refuses to refund the deposit.

Mr. Frederickson initially, provided the following bank account to wire the deposit on March 19th .

Bank Name: Chase Bank
Bank Address: 2600 Sepulveda BlvdManhattan Beach, CA 90266
ABA No.: 322271627
SWIFT Code: CHASUS33
Account Name: Law Offices of David H. FredericksonAttorney/Client Trust Account (IOLTA)
A/C Number: 4941505591
Bank Officer: Andrew R Uytingco, Vice President, Branch Manager*
Bank Telephone: (310) 546-4593
Bank Fax No.: (310) 545-9574

However, on March 20th, Mr. Frederickson changed the banking coordinates to the following: Bank Name:                  Citi Bank Address:                        2600 Sepulveda Blvd Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 ABA No.                       322271627 (For incoming domestic Wire transfers) Swift Code                     CITI US 33 Account Name:               Law offices of David H. Frederickson Attorney/Client Trust Account (IOLTA) A/C Number:                  205038169 Bank Officer                  Brent Anderson, Branch Manager Bank Tel:                        (310) 546-1365 BANK FAX:                  (310) 545-2185       Prior to signing the agreement with the provider, Ciaran had asked me to wire 10,000 British Pound to set up and organize the credit line with Emirates NBD bank in Dubai to monetize the Bank Guarantee. I told him I can only send 10,000 USD and he said he accepted it. Then all sudden, he called me and said he need the money now because they have multiple clients and if I don’t send it now, the credit line will be fully taken and it won’t be available until 2 months later. So I wired the $10k USD money to This account: Bank name:        Emirates NBD Bank Address:   Mall of Emirates, Al Barsha, Dubai Account Name:                 SJR Service Group LLC ACC# :                   AE700260000514256742406 Swift Code:         EBILAEAD Signatory:            Brian Flannery Then just before the provider was going to send the MT&99, Ciaran called me and said he need to change the beneficiary banking coordinates from SJR Services Group LLC toXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, with his highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Abdulaziz al Khalifa as trustee. He said, this is account belongs to Sheikh Khalifa and it is very large account and he can get the monetization quickly. Now, I am asking him to refund the money I sent him since we never went with Emirates NBD and there was no need to organize/set up the credit line. Unfortunately, Ciaran is saying that Tony won’t refund the money and it was spent for other expenses and he also denies that the money was needed for the credit line. Regards, XXXXXXXXXXXX

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ERNESTO FERNANDEZ: OFFERS US PHOTOS OF “CELESTINO – COHEN – ABELMAN” FOR CASH

THE RATS ARE TURNING ON EACH OTHER:

ERNESTO FERNANDEZ
tenancingo@hotmail.com.ar

 

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    Tenemos a su disposición facturas reales de diferentes rubros.la paga una vez recepcionadas y verificadas.contacto: tenancingo@hotmail.com.ar sr diego .

 

 

ERNESTO FERNANDEZ
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I can not make free police .. I have photos of celestino-cohen-Abelman, etc etc. .. They have told me that you ask your money and stop molestarlos.tu want these pictures .. how much money you offer me.

 

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RAUL CASTRO: ATTORNEY FOR ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

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Raul Castro de la Guardia

Partner
MMG Tower, 16th Floor, 53rd E Street, Marbella | Panama,  P.O. Box 0832-00232 WTC
T 507.265.7777
F 507.265.7700

FAKE HERBERT PINTOS PASSPORT
HERBERT PINTOS  PP #2

ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION.

Directors

Subscribers

Agent

Date Registered

2009-04-28
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De: DAVID REA [mailto:damarglobal@gmail.com]
Enviado el: viernes, 04 de mayo de 2012 07:32 a.m.
Para: juandavid.morgan@morimor.com
CC: Anthony R Heavenrich
Asunto: CONFIDENTIAL **ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL

 

Dear Mr. Morgan:

May we please call you to talk about Rosabranca International Corporation and the funds at ABN Amro Bank?

Is 507.263.5667 the correct phone number to reach you?

Please advise.

Sincerely,

David Rea and Anthony Heavenrich
301.775.7320

Raul Castro <raul.castro@morimor.com>
5/10/12

to me

Dear Mr. Rea,

 

This is to acknowledge receipt of your previous communication. My name is Raul Castro, partner and lawyer at the Corporate Department of Morgan & Morgan.

 

Regarding your email, please note that we are contacting our responsible client for the above mentioned company and I’ll be back to you as soon as we received their confirmation.

 

Best regards,

 


Raul Castro/pjb | Attorney

Morgan & Morgan Attorneys at Law

MMG Tower, 16th floor, 53rd E Street, Marbella

Tel: 507.265-7777 I Fax: 507.265-7700

raul.castro@morimor.com

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Raul Castro <raul.castro@morimor.com>
5/15/12

to me, Anthony

 

Dear David,

Thank you for your response.

Please take note that we are contacting our responsible client for the above mentioned company and I’ll be back to you as soon as we received their confirmation.

 Best regards, 


Raul Castro | Abogado

Morgan & Morgan Abogados

MMG Tower, piso 16, calle 53 E, Urb. Marbella

Tel: 507.265-7777 I Fax: 507.265-7700

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Raul Castro <raul.castro@morimor.com>
5/24/12

to me, Anthony

Dear David,

Please take note that we still awaiting response from our responsible client for the above mentioned company. As soon as I received the corresponding authorization, I’ll get back to.

Kind regards

 


Raul Castro/pjb | Attorney

Morgan & Morgan Attorneys at Law

MMG Tower, 16th floor, 53rd E Street, Marbella

Tel: 507.265-7777 I Fax: 507.265-7700

raul.castro@morimor.com

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CONTACT US IF YOU ARE A FINANCIAL VICTIM OF JOHANES SITANGGANG

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YOU CAN REACH US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

JOHANES SITANGGANG

ALERT: JOHANES SITANGGANG IS FRONTING FOR ROSABRANCA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

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