|Harold Kuemmel Creative Trucking, New York Rigging scam, Steal, Cheat, Thief Maspeth, New York |
|19th of Oct, 2011 by User916654 |
|Watch out for this guy. He lost a $45,000 piece stored it at his location. He claims it was stolen, went to the scrap yards and heard he scrapped it. All i am saying is do not use this company if you plan on it.|
|Wow this guys a hardcore thief. check out the link of him stealing in 2004 http://www.timesnewsweekly.com/sites/www.timesnewsweekly.com/files/archives/Archives2006/Oct.-Dec.2006/110206/NewFiles/IDENTITY.html and again him stealing from someone else http://complaintcafe.com/complaint/Trucking-Companies/Harold-Kuemmel/7185/|
PEOPLE WATCH OUT FOR HAROLD KUEMMEL HE WILL STEAL FROM YOU
|Thousands of dollars were reportedly taken by a Maspeth man who was arrested last week on charges that he allegedly stole another man’s personal information and used it to open a fraudulent credit card account.|
Law enforcement sources stated that Harold Kuemmel, 49, of 53rd Drive faces charges of first-degree identity theft, grand larceny and criminal possession of a forged instrument after having reportedly swiped nearly $10, 000 from a major credit card company within a span of seven months after allegedly opening a fraudulent account purportedly for the use of a trucking business.
According to investigators, the incidents began in November 2004, when Kuemmel allegedly applied for the card using the unidentified victim’s name and Social Security number.
After receiving a credit account, it is alleged, the suspect reportedly obtained a check from the financing company for $5, 500 that was issued to him on Nov. 14, 2004.
In a second incident, which took place seven months later, Kuemmel reportedly negotiated a second check issued on May 27, 2005 by the credit card lender in the amount of $4, 000.
Law enforcement officials stated that the allegedly fraudulent account and activity were reported to the bank after it was determined that the victim’s personal information was used fraudulently to create the account.
It was noted that Kuemmel was taken into custody on Oct. 24 by members of the 104th Precinct Detective Squad.
A spokesperson for Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown stated that the defendant was arraigned in Queens Criminal Court on Oct. 25 before Judge William Harrington. Kuemmel was reportedly released on $5, 000 bail and is due back in court on Nov. 27.
|This man - didn't/couldn't manage to properly measure the set-back on the building he was supposed to perform rigging at. He's supposedly a professional rigger...? He at the same time had accepted delivery of the equipment that belonged to my firm - but said - "he would do whatever he could to help." Instead he refused to turn over the equipment to the newly hired Rigger - unless he was paid. Long story short the check was cancelled - so then he sued! Turns out he has at least 6 open cases in the NY Court System. I.E. he's constantly suing people. The NY City DOB or DOT should cancel his license and or the NY Courts should stop allowing him to use the Court System to assail other legitimate business owners!|
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