Investors: IRS Whistleblower Claims. In Southern portion of the State of New Jersey, there are 80 suspected Illicit Massage Businesses (IMBs). In the entire State of New Jersey there are over 400 IMBs. Throughout the United States, there are 9,000 IMBs dispersed throughout all 50 States. These IMBs pay no more then 5% of the taxes owed. They are covertly connected to Flushing, New York, a hot spot for human trafficking. These businesses operate as an extensive, sophisticated network with multiple controllers who act in concert with each other. Selected transporters move the women (victims) from one IMB to another on a prearranged day determined by an unknown East Coast criminal network. The IMB employees live on-site, 24 hours a day, in violation of local occupancy ordinances. They work 10-14 hours daily, 7 days a week, with little or no salary, in violation of state and federal labor laws. The IMB only reports about 5% of their income to tax authorities. These criminal enterprises are making a joke of our laws and are major traffickers of women.
Investors: IRS Whistleblower Claims. Massage Parlor Trafficking. In over 9,000 illicit massage businesses (IMBs) across the United States, victims are forced into human trafficking. According to Polaris research, these businesses are often organized into criminal networks with revenues of around $2.5 billion a year. https://polarisproject.org/massage-parlor-trafficking
How Fake Massage Businesses Commit Tax Fraud?
Greg Bristol, a HTITI senior investigator who is a retired FBI Special Agent who specialized in human trafficking investigations, is familiar with a Virginia IMB with three employees whose CPA created a Profit & Loss statement indicating that that business earned
$20,770 in sales in 2012, with $20,245 in deductions. They reported to the IRS that their net income was $525 in 2012. This investigator estimated their 2012 earnings as $562,100. The federal tax liability of a business earning $562,100 is about $185,460.
IRS Whistleblower Award & Distribution
Investors: IRS Whistleblower Claims. The IRS Whistleblower Office pays money to people who blow the whistle on persons who fail to pay the taxes owed & award the whistleblower up to 30% of the additional tax, penalty and other amounts. IRS Whistleblower Tax Fraud Claim; Illicit Massage Businesses.
Return On Investment For Doing Good
Investors: IRS Whistleblower Claims. Your Investment will be helping to right a wrong that needs to stop! IMBs employ 2 or 3 women who serve roughly 7 men each a day at rate of $70 walk-in fee. One IMB $980 earns in one day for 14 men x 360 days equals annual earnings of $ 352,800. 80 IMBs in Southern New Jersey $ 28,224,000 Annual earnings of 80 IMBs ($352,800 x 80). The Estimated IRS tax liability of 80 IMBs in South Jersey is $ 11,289,600. The IMB only reports about 5% of their income to tax authorities. Using 15% as a whistleblower award, this proposal could involve an IRS Informant Award of $1,693,440 ($11,289,600 x 15%). Whistleblower Award & Distribution from $1,693,440 is 50% to the Investor $846,700 and 50% to Company $846,700.
Greg H. Bristol is a former Michigan State Police Trooper and retired FBI Special Agent who specialized in human trafficking investigations. In 2012, he founded HTITI, and has taught 28 advanced HTITI courses in ten states, and internationally in Trinidad and Tobago. He has conducted 55 human trafficking presentations across the United States, and has spoken at United Nations functions about human trafficking.
Edward Holfelner is a Registered Nurse with 24 years of professional nursing experience in critical care, emergency medicine. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Army. He is the founder of Human Trafficking Response & Social Disparities Training, LLC.
For Investment Inquiry Contact Information:
Greg Bristol Email: [email protected]
Ed. Holfelner Email: [email protected]
Company Website: https://www.htrsd.org