Venetian Contracting, Inc. / Nationwide Contracting, Inc. – Fraud

Mr. Joseph Armato is the likely head of the operation. He is president / owner of Nationwide Contracting, Venetian Contracting, Executive Adjustment Bureau, Metropolitan Restoration Inc. and has affiliation with public adjuster agency Adjustrite. Adjustrite workers include: Kevin Taylor, Brett Joseph, John Capriles, Nilsa Rivera, Michele Rossi, Maribel Figeroa, and Mike Castellano. Armato is licensed as a public adjuster and as a home improvement contractor. There is reason to believe that he along with the company Adjustrite, and possibly various other architects, engineers, subcontractors, and insurance companies are involved an ELABORATE SCHEME that has committed and seeks to commit fraud on consumers. Specifically, after one is a victim of a disaster such as a fire, shortly thereafter you sign on with a public adjuster (either Armato himself or adjusters from Adjustrite). These public adjusters are present the day of or morning after the fire. They subsequently encourage victims to sign on with Armato’s company as the primary contractor – THEFT BY DECEPTION. THERE IS NO INTENTION OF ACTUALLY COMPLETING THE REPAIR JOB. The project is delayed through various means, and repair jobs are not complete yet the company retains the majority if not all of the insurance settlement –INSURANCE FRAUD. During this process there is harassment, threats, intimidation, extortion, property destruction, and breaking and entering. His business practices have resulted in extensive wealth (money and property) for himself and associates, while the consumers have become HOMELESS and destitute. A similar sequence of events has happened to over 50 people. Below are supporting references to this claim. Business practices should be thoroughly investigated as he may be in violation of certain city, state, and/or federal laws. Here is the evidence -docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0YXJSZ0Z3cE5UNUc5R0VSems0S3g2dw www.nytimes.com/2011/01/17/nyregion/17church.html www.dfs.ny.gov/insurance/press/2009/p0910191.htm law.justia.com/cases/new-york/other-courts/2010/2010-52394.html docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0ZDdRTXFtZ211bmc docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0ZFpEMVNBTDJXNVk docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0Z2YyRlhsQTBxdk0 docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0Q3RYSnJwb3pIZUE docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0UUkxaGFLdjRrZlE docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0U1ZscXlwVkpjQ28 docs.google.com/open?id=0BwHbg0kMyuG0MEduaUlPd3dNYzg

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